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FRC urges rethink on tender timing

There is a risk that audit tendering every five years will become a “sham process”, FRC warns

12 August 2013
News

Impact of CEE audit committees on corporate governance significant

ICAEW and Deloitte research finds audit committees' good influence on corporate behaviour

5 days ago
Opinion

Engagement terms: a cap that fits

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

11 December 2012
News

Big six audit quality lacks consistency

FRC finds audit quality of Big Six deteriorates below FTSE 350. PwC top of the pile while Grant Thornton criticised

16 June 2017
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
News

Audit rotation could increase client dissatisfaction

One third of US companies who recently appointed new auditors are not satisfied with their work, study finds

12 June 2017
Opinion

Engagement terms: a cap that fits

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

11 December 2012
Features

A question of ethics

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

20 July 2016
Technical

Assessing audit effectiveness

William Touche at Deloitte asks how audit committees will assess the effectiveness of the external audit process

30 October 2013
News

KPMG wins BT audit

Telecoms giant ends relationship with PwC which also loses Hunting audit to Deloitte

8 June 2017

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