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FEE has recently launched a project 'Getting involved in public sector assurance', which is part of FEE's ongoing contributions to improving public sector financial management.
FEE’s project “Getting involved in public sector assurance” starts off with an information paper on the performance audit; an independent examination on whether the activities of public organisations are economical, efficient and effective and how they can be improved.
March 26, 2015 - Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants
The report contains information on the activities and output of HKICPA’s quality assurance department and shares significant and frequently encountered matters identified through its practice review and professional standards monitoring programs.
The profession is engaged in an active and important debate about the impact of existing and expected audit exemptions. There is limited air space to debate assurance as well. However, assurance provides a route to other services that clients will need in place of statutory audits. So why not make the time?
ICAEW's Audit and Assurance Faculty has published The Journey milestone 2: assurance over risk disclosures to contribute to the discussion over whether assurance is helpful in the subjective and crystal-ball gazing world of organisational risk management
Read more on how to apply the 17 COSO 2013 Framework fundamental principles.
A roundtable discussion jointly hosted by FEE and the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) took place on 16 October 2014 in Brussels. The PowerPoint presentations shared during the event are now available on the dedicated webpage.