Today – the expectation gap between what people believe the auditor’s role to be and what the role IS – has never been wider. And the expectations are continuously shifting.
Restoring trust is the issue of the moment. Proposed changes to the current ASX Corporate Governance Principles could go a long way to improving transparency and trust, through enhanced corporate reporting.
As a proud auditor, Valentine’s Day has me pondering the similarities between dating and auditing. Simply, the thrill doesn’t wear off.
How companies create long term value for their shareholders is made clearer with integrated reporting
Integrated reporting has taken a lot longer to emerge in Australia than in many parts of the world. But it’s on the rise.
For years, a common complaint from shareholders was that the auditors’ report didn’t share much. But the introduction of obligatory reporting on key audit matters has changed this.
What is the relevance of auditor judgement and your perceptions of whether the Easter bunny was human-size or rabbit-size? The answer lies in how your experiences impacted your knowledge and imaginings.
Auditors opening their books to scrutiny. Shareholders get insights from behind the boardroom doors. Carolyn Ralph deconstructs KAMs (Key Audit Matters) and asks, “Is it all fluff?”
There are some encouraging developments in Australian corporate reporting – but we are still behind other parts of the world. The third KPMG ASX 200 corporate reporting – evolution and…
Today is #AuditorProud day. A little known celebration, in its second year, but one close to my heart as a proud audit geek – and since being appointed to the…
There is some good news and some not so good news in the state of Australian corporate reporting. KPMG International has just released a study of business reporting by 270…