IAASB eNews: March 2016

Mar 15, 2016 | English

  1. IAASB Seeks Feedback on ITC: Enhancing Audit Quality in the Public Interest
  2. ISA 540 Project Publication and Project Proposal
  3. Updated Webpage: Focus on Audit Quality
  4. IAASB Presentation and Outreach Activities
  5. IAASB Staff Promotions and Appointments Announced
  6. Upcoming Dates

1. IAASB Seeks Feedback on ITC: Enhancing Audit Quality in the Public Interest

The deadline for commenting on the Invitation to Comment, Enhancing Audit Quality in the Public Interest: A Focus on Professional Skepticism, Quality Control and Group Audits (the ITC) is May 16, 2016.

The IAASB also has released a companion document, an Overview of the ITC, designed to solicit feedback from investors, audit committees, and preparers.

Downloadable templates for responding to the ITC and Overview are available.

SUBMIT COMMENT »

 

2. ISA 540 Project Publication and Project Proposal

A recently released publication highlights the audit issues arising from the shift to Expected Credit Loss models when accounting for loan losses.

VIEW PROJECT PROPOSAL »

 

3. Updated Webpage: Focus on Audit Quality

The revised “Focus on Audit Quality” page contains new resources, including templates for commenting on the ITC and the Overview.

VISIT SITE » 

 

4. IAASB Presentation and Outreach Activities

The IAASB continues its extensive outreach program as part of its five-year Strategy for 2015–2019: Fulfilling Our Public Interest Mandate in an Evolving World.

LEARN MORE »

 

5. IAASB Staff Promotions and Appointments Announced

Earlier this year, the IAASB announced several staff promotions and appointments.

READ THE NEWS ALERT »

 

6. Upcoming Dates

For more info, or to register to attend an IAASB meeting as an observer, visit IAASB Meetings and IAASB CAG Meetings.

 
 

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