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  1. Almost nine out of ten Aussie investors confident in audit quality

    87% of Australian retail investors are confident in the quality of audited financial information, according to a new survey from Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand...

  2. Research shows benefits of multidisciplinary firm structure in producing high quality audits

    A global alliance of accounting bodies has found that firms that offer both audit and non-audit services are best positioned to deliver robust and reliable assurance...

  3. This is a golden age of audit

    A new premium on integrity and trusted information, coupled with the advent of new technologies solving complex challenges, signals a golden age of audit is at our doorstep...

  4. Modular thinking - the future of audit?

    A modular approach might offer an opportunity to bridge the audit expectation gap...

  5. IAASB ED-315 risk identification and assessment

    CA ANZ's joint submission with the ACCA expresses our concerns about the complex language and structure of the proposed revision to the standard...

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    Listen: KPMG chair walks a tightrope

    KPMG Australia’s 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?...

  7. acuity

    Why accountants need insurance

    As data-matching grows more powerful every year, the right insurance can safeguard professionals against the increased risk of audits and stronger government scrutiny of clients...

  8. acuity

    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...

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