This paper outlines considerations for how to assess progress in meeting Requirement 2.5 on beneficial ownership in Validation. It reflects input by members of the Implementation Committee and experts from partner organisations providing technical assistance on beneficial ownership transparency. The Implementation Committee recommends that the Board agrees the proposals on (1) the assessment framework, (2) the outlined timing of assessment and (3) a broader review of the Validation process.
Board paper 43-5-B, related to decision 2019-48/BM-43
The Articles of Association are an integral part of the EITI Standard. The Articles were reviewed at the Global EITI Conference in Paris 2019 and adopted by the Members' Meeting on 17 June. The previous version can be found here
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Chapter 4 of the EITI Standard 2019
This section outlines the procedures and criteria that the EITI Board uses in overseeing and validating EITI implementation. This includes the time frames established by the EITI Board for publication of EITI data and oversight of the Validation process.
The 2019 EITI Standard was adopted on 17 June at the Paris Global Conference.
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On 30 April 2019 the EITI Board adopted the 2019 EITI Standard, replacing the 2016 EITI Standard (decision 2019-36/BC272
On 30 April 2019 the Board agreed the transitional arrangements for the adoption of the 2019 EITI Standard by implementing countries.
The EITI Board agreed that the 2019 Standard will come into force immediately, i.e., on 30 April 2019.
Update 28 February 2019: Some of these proposals below (which date from 19 January 2019) have been slightly changed due to negotiations with the EITI Board at the 42nd Board meeting in Kyiv, Ukraine on 27-28 February 2019. The Board subsequently agreed to the proposals as listed under the Board decision 2019-25/BM-42