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BDO Spain fined over porn company audits

Firm repeatedly failed to exercise professional care and scepticism over audits of US porn company

27 September 2017
Technical

Weighing up changes to IAASB standards

As the IAASB considers whether changes are required to international standards for agreed-upon procedures, how does this affect accountants undertaking such engagements?

27 July 2017
Opinion

Engagement terms: a cap that fits

Andrew Howell, partner at Taylor Wessing, considers the much-debated liability cap

11 December 2012
News

Broker-dealer audits are a carcrash, watchdog finds

The standard of broker-dealer audits is so bad, PCAOB says, that only two of 75 firms inspected passed muster

18 August 2017
Technical

New rules for reporting accountants

The ICAEW Corporate Finance Faculty is revising its guidance

26 March 2012
Features

A question of ethics

The new FRC Ethical Standard may raise more questions than it answers

20 July 2016
News

Babington new FRC deputy director

An ICAEW member has become the new deputy director of audit policy at FRC

2 March 2015
Features

Getting to grips with audit quality

The accounting regulator is calling on firms to improve their audit quality control procedures. But how do stakeholders know if a quality audit has been delivered?

1 June 2017
Features

Audit automation

What is the rise of big data and AI doing to audit? Quite a bit, as Caroline Biebuyck finds out

7 September 2017
Features

ISA 540: Estimation unknown

Changes to accounting and auditing standards don’t take place in a vacuum and the proposed changes to ISA 540 is a clear example of this

5 October 2017

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