Don’t Miss the IAASB’s Next LinkedIn Live Discussion on the Newly Proposed Standard for Less Complex Entities

Final Discussion, What Could the Proposed LCE Standard Mean to Firms and Practitioners?, Livestreams November 17, 8 am EST

Nov 10, 2021 | New York, New York | English

Join the IAASB for the final LinkedIn Live session discussing the recently proposed new standard for audits of less complex entities on November 17 at 8 am EST. The session will feature IAASB Member Julie Corden, LCE Reference Group Member Andrew Brathwaite, and IAASB LCE Task Force Member Brendan Murtagh discussing what the proposed new standard could mean for audit firms and practitioners that serve less complex entities, including the benefits of the standard and what firms, engagement partners and teams need to consider when deciding to use it.

The previous sessions in the series are available on LinkedIn and YouTube. The first session addressed the journey to the proposed new standard and its key principles (watch on LinkedIn or YouTube). The second session addressed for which entities the proposed standard can be used, who makes decisions regarding use of the standard, and how those decisions are made (watch on LinkedIn or YouTube).

The IAASB strongly encourages all interested stakeholders to provide their feedback on the proposed new standalone standard for audits of less complex entities by January 31, 2022. The standard is relevant to users of financial statements, owners, management, and those charged with governance of entities, preparers of financial statements, legislative or regulatory authorities, relevant local bodies with standard-setting authority, professional accountancy organizations, academics, regulators and audit oversight bodies, and auditors and audit firms, among others.


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