The financial crisis cast a bright spotlight on the audit profession. By initiating a wider collaboration and debate, its response could influence the future of professionalism in audit and beyond, as Martin Martinoff reports.
Audit & Beyond April 2014
Audit and Assurance Faculty magazine articles April 2014.
Collaboration between internal and external auditors can deliver benefits for both and for the audited entity. But it must be carefully managed, as Lesley Meall reports.
Different independence and objectivity requirements for different types of engagements can cause confusion. Madeleine Fone provides some clarification.
The loss of an audit client may seem straightforward, but it needs to be carefully managed to limit your firm’s future exposure to risk, as John Selwood highlights in his latest Q&As.