Are audit standards up to scratch?
Is it time for a change in the audit standard setting process?
Tackling the issue of auditors’ unlimited liability
The collapse of service and construction company Carillion has placed audit under the spotlight again but breaking up the Big Four is not the answer
EU audit reform debate delay
European Parliament defers scrutiny of Michel Barnier's audit reform proposals
When audit doesn't add up
Will small practices step away from an increasingly unreliable income stream?
IFIAR chair compares audit deficiencies to air crashes
Regulatory inspections of audits carried out around the world have revealed that 42% of them have deficiencies
Changing bank audit requirements
What will new requirements from the PRA entail?
Value of audit underestimated
Michael Izza on why adopting maximum level of audit threshold was a mistake
Big Four audits improve
The FRC's Audit Inspection Unit has seen improvements in the way the Big Four carry out audits
Level of audit regulatory costs causes concern
ICAEW says the increasing costs of audit regulation is causing some audit firms to question the value of staying in the public interest entity market
Debate: Audit rotation
Will mandatory rotation negatively affect quality
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