Partner, Department of Professional Practice, Board Member of Australian Auditing and Assurance Standards Board
A man-child friend of mine, let’s call him Jeff*, exclaimed he has matured as he now has 2 Dysons AND a pressure cooker. A Weber may have also been mentioned. You may wonder what this has to do with being #AuditorProud?
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.3
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.3
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?”
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…1