The Audit and Assurance technical area has information, guidance and events about the Audit and Assurance Faculty, clarified ISAs, working in the regulated area of audit, the future of audit, gain audit rights in the UK and the audit quality forum.
Resources to help you maintain high standards of compliance, quality and scepticism.
Audit exempt organisations can choose from a range of services that add credibility to their financial statements. The assurance options leaflets explain each option in neutral terms. They also give some points to consider that are designed to help a business understand the reasons why each option might be useful.
Over the past three years, ICAEW has been tracking the development of the assurance market. Now we have launched a consultation asking the people who need assurance to share their opinions on what is useful and what should be done.
ICAEW’s Audit Qualification (AQ) is only available to ICAEW members and is free of charge. Please read through the following carefully to determine if the AQ is relevant to you and how you should apply.
ICAEW is now responsible for the licensing, registering and monitoring of auditors who wish to carry out audits of local public bodies.This page explains what accountancy firms and individuals need to do to become a registered local auditor under the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014.
Helpsheets prepared by ICAEW Technical Advisory Service to assist you in your day-to-day work. We offer practical advice, respond to frequently asked questions and highlight the issues you may need to consider.