How the New Ethics Code Will Affect Your Standards

International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants | February 18, 2019

Many thanks to the Financial Management Network for this informative program featuring the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA) Chairman, Dr. Stavros Thomadakis of Greece and two IESBA members; Ms. Caroline Lee of Singapore, and Mr. Ian McPhee of Australia.

Learn more about the IESBA’s revised and restructured Code; and the importance of having an Ethics Code for professional accountants. Other topics addressed include:

  • The IESBA’s role in setting ethics standards for the accounting profession;
  • Adoption of the IESBA Code;
  • The fundamental principles and independence;
  • The meaning of professional skepticism; and
  • The difference between the purposes of confidentiality statutes and the rules on noncompliance with laws and regulations (NOCLAR).  

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