The External Reporting Advisory Panel (XRAP) provides a forum where the three XRB Boards can consult with individuals and representatives of organisations affected by their work. The XRAP is a key part of the XRB's strategy to enhance meaningful engagement with the sector.
The XRAP ensures stakeholder views are heard in the standard-setting process and acts “as a champion” for stakeholders.
The XRAP operates independently of the XRB Boards. It meets twice a year, usually in March and September, and provides input into XRB projects when appropriate.
The XRAP membership reflects a wide cross-section of the financial reporting community: preparers, users and auditors; large companies, small and medium companies, SOEs, central government, local government, not-for-profit organisations; and shareholders, directors, chief executives, chief financial officers, advisors.
Current members of the XRAP are:
- Katie Beith, Senior Investment Strategist Responsible Investment, New Zealand Super Fund
- Simon Brotherton, EY Auckland
- Felicity Caird, Governance Leadership Centre of the Institute of Directors
- Carol Campbell, Company Director, Auckland
- Joe Hanita, GM Finance and Investments, Parininihi ki Waitotara (PkW), New Plymouth
- Paul Helm, Chief Government Accountant and Head of the Government Finance Profession, The Treasury
- Julia Hoare, Director, Watercare Services Limited
- Denise Hodgkins, National Technical Partner, Deloitte
- Garth Ireland, Director, Ireland, Wallace & Associates Limited
- Rick Jones, Country Head for CPA Australia
- Jim McElwain, Executive Director, Institute of Financial Professionals NZ
- Richard Perry, Rocket Lab NZ Ltd
- John Ryan, Controller and Auditor General
- Matthew Underwood, Shareholder representing the Shareholders Association
- Joost van Amelsfort, Head of Market Supervision, NZX
- Peter van Hout, Services Manager, Methodist Church of New Zealand
- Tony van Zijl, Professor of Accounting & Financial Management, Victoria University Wellington
- Peter Vial, Country Head for CA ANZ
- Mark Vivian, CEO NZ Stroke Foundation
- Aaron Wallace, Director, Bellingham Wallace