This article explores how D&A in the audit is driving up audit quality and helping to provide audit committees with more meaningful insights. Please click on the link to the right to read the full article.
There’s no doubt that trust is a key component in the effective working of the capital markets. Financial information must be seen as reliable and accurate for the markets to function effectively. The key to this is the work of auditors.
At the same time, advances in technology and a huge proliferation in availabledata means that the financial reporting landscape is changing. Investors andother stakeholders now have access to an almost unlimited depth and breadth of nformation. There’s a heightened need for the audit to keep pace with the times and provide deeper insights for investors and other stakeholders into a company’s financial status and performance.
This article explores how D&A in the audit is driving up audit quality andhelping to provide audit committees with more meaningful insights.
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