Practice Q&A: IES 8, GDPR, and payment services regulations
ICAEW experts tackle questions on the required changes due to IES 8, the GDPR and the Payment Services Regulations 2017
EY fined over audit of collapsed Hong Kong business
The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants has fined EY and two of its partners
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?
Accounting for micro-entities
Auditors are worried that opinions for the smallest company audits might not pass the Ronseal test
Grant Thornton US “a case study for what not to do”
GT becomes first domestic firm to be sanctioned by regulator for breaches of quality control standards
Watchdog returns to worry Deloitte over African Bank
Deloitte South Africa back in the dock over its audit of the failed African Bank
Revisiting the Bannerman case after audit report changes
The recent change in audit reports has a knock-on effect on third-party disclaimers
Will increasing competition actually help audit?
Can we really expect more rigorous audits by simply reducing the risk of conflict by increasing competition?
Assessing audit effectiveness
William Touche at Deloitte asks how audit committees will assess the effectiveness of the external audit process
US watchdog slates standard of broker-dealer audits
PCAOB says auditors still breaking independence rules and failing to improve audit flaws
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