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  1. Getting a less complex audit on the road

    How do we best deliver audits for less complex entities?...


  2. Public supports wider audit scope

    Survey shows public support for the role of auditors to be expanded into areas such as fraud detection and prevention of corporate collapses...


  3. Qualified Statutory Accountants (NZ)

    Certain engagements in New Zealand must be undertaken by a Qualified Statutory Accountant (QSA). New Zealand resident members holding a CPP automatically qualify as a QSA. Members who do not hold a...


  4. What does the future of chartered accounting look like?

    In Dec 2019/Jan 2020 Acuity, we talk to20 young CAs to watchand examine the future of audit...


  5. The fastest way to destroy an audits value

    Doubts about auditorsindependence can ruin audits. Thats why NZs Office of the Auditor-General is setting a higher bar...


  6. How audit reviews improve comfort levels

    Public trust in financial services is in the spotlight around the world. Audit is not immune from this scrutiny...


  7. Financial reporting must change, says XRB chair Michele Embling FCA

    XRB chair Michele Embling FCA is on a mission to get important, non-financial information into financial reports...


  8. Listen: KPMG chair walks a tightrope

    KPMG Australias new chairman Alison Kitchen, whose audit career spans more than 30 years, wants her firm to open up to the public. Can that plan survive in a sceptical era?...


  9. What can auditors learn from CA ANZs disciplinary complaints?

    There are strict rules around audit and assurance, and if CAs know the common pitfalls they can avoid inadvertent breaches...


  10. Why CAs must help rebuild trust

    As chartered accountants, winning our clientstrust is central to the success of our work and to the reputation of our profession...


  11. Stars align in a global career

    A-STARS Advisors co-founder Robert Quinlivan FCA reflects on the 28-year career that has taken him from Perth to New York, London, Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong...


  12. Meet the 2021 CA ANZ President: Dr Nives Botica Redmayne FCA

    Dr Nives Botica Redmayne FCA has a deep passion to make education accessible and appropriate, and business more sustainable...


  13. A roadmap to the future of audit

    How can the publics confidence and trust in audit be strengthened? CA ANZ has developed a 15-point plan...


  14. Audit quality is good, but can we do better?

    Audit quality in Australia and NZ isnt bad, but the profession still has to work harder to address regulatorsconcerns...


  15. 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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