Are international auditing and ethical standards fit for purpose?
Commentary on audit reviews
Read opinion pieces and commentary on audit reform issues.
Profession welcomes Sir Donald Brydon's audit review and urges government action.
A stand-alone audit profession, a redefined audit and greater transparency about audit fees are on Brydon's wish list
Sir Donald Brydon, who is conducting a landmark review into UK audit, is “troubled” by the current mood
A new mandate, new leadership and new powers: ARGA could be the vehicle to restore trust in audit and robust reporting. But, asks Alison Coleman, will it work?
The debate on how to improve the internal control environment in the UK is leading many to look to Sarbanes-Oxley for inspiration. We need to be clear what the consequences would be
Simon Dingemans, the recently appointed chair of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC), has backed reforms to split the big six firms
Combined total fee income for Big Four rises, in contrast to pattern for all other firms
There is a broad appetite to change auditing standards for less complex entities. The question is, how?
PwC is to spend an extra £30m a year to ensure that it delivers high quality audits on a consistent basis