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ISA 260 (Revised and Redrafted) Communication with Those Charged with Governance

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Deloitte comment letter on IAASB proposal on extended external reporting
13 Jul 2020
We have responded to the IAASB’s Proposed Non-Authoritative Guidance: Extended External Reporting (EER) Assurance and two supplements, that was published in March 2020.
Deloitte comment letter on the IAASB’s consultation paper on extended external reporting assurance
30 Sep 2019
We have responded to the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board’s (IAASB’s) consultation paper on extended external reporting assurance.
Deloitte comment letter on IAASB proposed ISA on material misstatements
06 Nov 2018
We have responded to the IAASB’s exposure draft, "Identifying and Assessing the Risks of Material Misstatement and Proposed Consequential and Conforming Amendments to Other ISAs," that was published in July 2018.
Governance in brief — FRC consultation: Implementation of EU Audit Regulation and Directive, CMA Order and other changes relevant to audit committees
19 Oct 2015
The Financial Reporting Council’s (FRC's) new consultation, “Enhancing Confidence in Audit”, proposes further changes to the UK Corporate Governance Code, the Guidance on Audit Committees, the Ethical Standards for Auditors and International Standards on Auditing. This Governance in brief publication explores the FRC’s plans for audit committees and audit reform.
Deloitte comment letter to the FRC on the IAASB’s Exposure Draft on proposed changes to various International Standards on Auditing (ISAs) to better deal with disclosures in financial statement audits
04 Aug 2014
We have published our comment letter to the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) on the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board’s (IAASB’s) recently issued Exposure Draft (ED) ‘Addressing Disclosures in the Audit of Financial Statements’ that was published in May 2014.
Deloitte comment letter to the FRC on the IAASB’s Exposure Draft on an auditor's responsibilities relating to 'other information'
18 Jun 2014
We have published our comment letter to the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) on their invitation to comment on the International Audit and Assurance Standards Board’s (IAASB’s) revised Exposure Draft of International Standard on Auditing (ISA) 720 'The auditor’s responsibilities relating to other information in documents containing or accompanying audited financial statements and the auditor’s report thereon'.
Deloitte comment letter on IFAC PAIB exposure draft 'Developing and Reporting Supplementary Financial Measures—Definition, Principles, and Disclosures'
25 May 2014
We support the objective of achieving a set of commonly shared guidelines on the presentation of, and information about, supplementary financial measures (SFMs), whose objective would be ensuring the quality, transparency and usefulness of the financial information provided to users, regardless of the placement of SFMs used by entities.
Deloitte comment letter on IAASB Invitation to Comment 'Improving the Auditor’s Report'
07 Oct 2012
We applaud the IAASB for the progress made in its deliberations related to improving the value of the auditor’s report and for the Board’s consideration of unprecedented changes to the auditor’s report that are intended to enhance auditor reporting.
ISAE 3402 Assurance Reports on Controls at a Third Party Service Organization
26 Aug 2008
ISA 805 Engagements to Report on Summary Financial Statements
09 Jan 2008

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