IECnet is proud to expand its strength through its alliances, relationships & strong ties with other international organizations. IECnet members can benefit from solid links and enhance their level of expertise through the alliances IECnet has over the world. These links include:
Forum of Firms: IECnet has been a member of the Forum of Firms since 2009.
The objective of the Forum of Firms is to promote consistent and high quality standards of financial and auditing practices world-wide.
“Members in the Forum have confirmed that they have policies and methodologies with respect to transnational audits that are based, to the extent practicable, on International Standards on Auditing and conform to the IFAC Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants and national codes of ethics and that they maintain appropriate quality control standards in accordance with International Standards on Quality Control in addition to relevant national standards. Members have also confirmed that they conduct, to the extent not prohibited by national regulation, regular globally coordinated internal quality assurance reviews. ƒ For additional details on the requirements for membership”, please visit http://www.ifac.org/ForumofFirms/
EGIAN: IECnet has been an EGIAN member since 2016
“EGIAN’s membership is made up of 23 truly global organisations which offer audit, accounting and business advisory services. The combined turnover of the members is in excess of US$30 billion. EGIAN provides a forum for the members to develop common positions on specific technical and legislative issues and to debate these issues with key professional stakeholders and regulators such as The European Union, CESR (The Committee of European Securities Regulators), FEE (The Federation of European Accountants) and IFAC (The International Federation of Accountants). EGIAN provides it’s “ members with a forum through which to collaborate in order to facilitate an exchange of ideas and information about key international professional developments affecting the accounting and auditing professions in Europe. This forum, therefore, provides the context and resources for developing common positions on specific issues for submission to key professional stakeholders (e.g. EU, FEE, IFAC, accounting standards-setters, national accounting institutes), in order to raise EGIAN’s position and influence in key professional developments. http://www.egian.eu/