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COVID-19 year-end reminders for auditors: Q&A with Canada’s audit regulator

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Mar 10, 2021

Audits will be more challenging this year, but what specific matters should auditors focus on in order to deliver high-quality audits? CPA Canada published this blog for key insights from Angelo Giardina, the director in the Thought Leadership group at the Canadian Public Accountability Board (CPAB).

The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic uncertainty has impacted entities around the world. It has also affected how auditors plan and execute their audits. Yet despite the number of challenges to overcome, the delivery of high-quality audits is paramount.

With busy-season upon us, and year-end engagements underway, CPA Canada reached out to Angelo Giardina to discuss issues that are causing audits to be more challenging this year given the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic—not only for larger accounting firms, but also for small and medium-sized practitioners.

Review the blog on the CPA Canada's website.

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