Audit and Beyond December 2019
In this double issue: Marc Bena explores digital auditing and auditing digital, The regulators' latest reviews of audit quality, Sir Donald Brydon's keynote address at the faculty's conference, If audit is broken, does anyone know how to fix it? Jim Peterson advocates a failure study forum, Businessman Jon Moulton fears too much pressure is applied to audit practice, CABA gives it's top tips on staying healthy and The Advisory Services answer your questions and answers.
Marc Bena explores the challenges and opportunities around auditing digital and digital auditing
Results from the regulator's latest reviews of audit quality highlight the necessity for firms to improve quality and trust in audit.
There were some headline-grabbing moments at the faculty's inaugural conference, and plenty of thought-provoking takeaways.
People have long debated the future of audit, and this conference was no different. But are we any closer to really finding out what needs to be done?
Could audit quality benefit from greater collaboration across the profession?
Audit practice is facing many questions, and our columnist fears too much pressure is being applied.
Jayne Hill shares CABA's top five tips for improving your personal resilience, helping you in your personal and professional life.
Kirsty Jones, from ICAEW Advisory Services, shares some questions and answers from the faculty's conference.