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News

PCAOB gains access to Irish audit firms

The US audit watchdog can now inspect 12 firms that audit US-listed companies with market cap of $75bn

3 November 2017
Technical

EU audit reform debate delay

European Parliament defers scrutiny of Michel Barnier's audit reform proposals

4 July 2012
Technical

When audit doesn't add up

Will small practices step away from an increasingly unreliable income stream?

9 August 2012
Opinion

Changing bank audit requirements

What will new requirements from the PRA entail?

5 March 2015
News

Mitie shareholders revolt over Deloitte reappointment

Almost one third of shareholders disapprove of reappointment of Big Four firm following historical accountancy errors

28 July 2017
Opinion

Value of audit underestimated

Michael Izza on why adopting maximum level of audit threshold was a mistake

9 February 2016
Opinion

Debate: Audit rotation

Will mandatory rotation negatively affect quality

5 September 2014
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
Technical

How changes to public interest entity audits are impacting small firms

Changes in the definition of, and rules governing the audits are keeping smaller companies on their toes

6 January 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

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