Auditors are under scrutiny in Australia and the UK, but where does their responsibility lie in preventing fraud and company collapse?
As the June reporting season looms, auditors have received further guidance on reporting climate change risk.
A legal precedent may be set for SMSF auditors after a court found a second auditor responsible for the lion’s share of an SMSF’s losses.
Is there a better way to tackle audit quality concerns? CPA Australia takes a look at the work underway globally. Here's what the issues are.
Auditors of self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) have been in the regulatory spotlight since 2013, when registration became a requirement under the government’s Stronger Super reforms.
New requirements in the Code of Ethics mean that accountants may, in some instances, have to report client non-compliance with laws and regulations (NOCLAR).
At what point does an auditor decide that a company is at risk of being unable to continue in business – and need to highlight that risk by issuing a “going concern” emphasis of matter in their report?
Many of your clients may not be aware that the entity they manage may not require an audit.
Professional scepticism is a hot topic for auditing, and new research provides pointers on how to develop it.