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  1. NZ audit regulatory functions get tick from FMA

    Strong financial markets depend on effective frontline regulators who consider policies and processes along with how culture and conduct reflect the best interests of customers...

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    Bridging the audit expectation gap

    Managing perceived threats to auditor independence is vital for keeping public trust in the sector, and so is audit quality...

  3. FMA Audit Quality Report notes both improvement and need to do better

    The Financial Markets Authority acknowledges improvements in the quality of New Zealand audits and sets out where further improvements can be made...

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  4. "Serious consequences" warning for unqualified NZ members completing audits

    The New Zealand Disciplinary Tribunal for members of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand issues warning about unqualified audits...

  5. CA ANZ welcomes consultation to reduce ASIC fees for auditors

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) welcomes the opportunity to provide input on draft regulations reducing auditor resignation fees back to $40 (from $3,487) after engaging with...

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    ASIC’s audit focus for 2019

    ASIC’s latest audit inspection report finds room for improvement in the audit of asset values and revenues...

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    Raising the bar on audit quality

    The bar against which the audit profession is measured is constantly rising, so what steps can propel continual improvement?...

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    5 things to do in root cause analysis

    Audit leaders share five essentials for conducting a root cause analysis they learned through their real life experiences...

  9. Auditing service performance information

    Comments on our fatal flaw review of the NZAuASB’s draft standard limited scope consultation...

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  10. Auditors’ ASIC fees to go down

    Treasury has released a consultation to reduce the fees for auditors to apply to resign from a client from more than $3,000 to $40, following a letter by CA ANZ late last year...

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