Webinar: Corona and financial reporting law

Webinar: Corona and financial reporting law

Webinar: Corona and financial reporting law

19.11.2020 NL law

Stibbe Amsterdam and the Research Centre for Enterprise & Law (OO&R) / Van der Heijden Institute (VHI) are organising a webinar on 'Corona and financial reporting law'. This webinar will take place on Thursday 26 November 2020 from 16:00 to 17:30. In addition to presentations by various speakers from the field, this webinar will also focus on the publication of the Handbook of Financial Reporting Law and. Finally - under the day’s chairman Steven Hijink - there will be room for questions to, and discussion with, the speakers.

Corona and financial reporting law

The webinar will cover the following topics

  • Corona and financial reporting law

Steven Hijink (chairman of the day)
Professor of Financial Reporting Law, Van der Heijden Institute and Stibbe lawyer

  • Corona and the content of financial reports

Leo van der Tas
Global Leader IFRS Services EY and Professor of Financial Accounting, Tilburg University

  • Corona and the publication of financial reports

Gosse Oosterhoff
NautaDutilh lawyer & fellow at Van der Heijden Instituut

  • Corona and the (changing) role of the accountant

Agnes Koops-Aukes
Chairman of the Board of PwC Accountants

  • Corona and the role of (the audit committee of) the supervisory board in financial reporting

Paul Koster

  • Panel discussion
  • Distribution of first copy of the Financial Reporting law Manual

Hans Beckman


If you are interested in this topic, please email

Practical information

Date: 26 November (16:00 to 17:30 CEST)

Location: Webinar

Main language: Dutch

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