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Updated in the last 3 months - Assurance


Projects updated in the last three months:

Title Description Last step Date Added
Auditor Reporting – Key Audit Matter Reporting and Other Considerations (Amendments to CAS 700) [Completed] The objective of this project was to consider whether reporting on key audit matters should be required for audits of other listed entities. Completed Dec 31, 2020
Audits of less complex entities – Phase II [Research] Audits of less complex entities – Phase II [Research] Research Jan 06, 2021
IAASB: Conforming Amendments to its Other Standards and Framework due to the Revised Quality Management Standards [ED] This project addresses the changes in some of its standards and framework resulting from the new and revised quality management standards. Exposure draft Mar 04, 2021
Joint IFAC and IIRC Project: Accelerating Integrated Reporting Assurance [Research] This project recognizes that new thinking is required to determine what comprises integrated report assurance and how to best deliver it, given integrated reporting’s broad and forward-looking focus on value creation. Research Feb 28, 2021
Quality Management [ED] This project proposes to bring important changes to the way professional accountancy firms are expected to manage quality, for audits, reviews, and other assurance and related services engagements. Completed Jan 31, 2021

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