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Upcoming IAASB virtual roundtable: Narrowing the gap

When Sep 28, 2020
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Timezone UTC - 4
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The IAASB invites you to listen in to a high-level roundtable discussion between global leaders, stakeholder groups and the IAASB addressing differences between public perceptions and the auditor’s responsibilities as well as feedback on the new and revised auditor reporting standards on September 28 at 8:15 am live streaming on YouTube. This roundtable, the second in part of an IAASB series, will:

  • Consider the “expectation gap” with regards to fraud and going concern, which includes (among others) knowledge, performance, and evolution gaps;
  • Stimulate discussions with stakeholders to better understand expectations for auditors in relation to fraud and going concern in financial statement audits, and explore how this “expectation gap” may be narrowed; and
  • Gather stakeholder views on the implementation of the IAASB’s new and revised auditor reporting standards, including how practical challenges and concerns are being address and whether there is global demand for additional information in the auditor’s report to improve transparency.

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