Yvette Lange

Title: IAASB Technical Advisor for Warren Maroun

Country: South Africa

Adjunct Professor Yvette Lange is an Adjunct Professor within the Auditing Division at the School of Accountancy at Wits University and is the course co-ordinator for integrated reporting, integrated thinking, sustainability assurance, and governance related executive level short courses, lectures on various auditing and integrated reporting topics at post-graduate level and is a member of the School's Centre for Critical Accounting and Auditing Research.

Prof. Lange was previously a director within the Governance, Risk and Internal Audit team at PwC joining from PwC's Sustainability and Integrated Reporting team and hadextensive involvement with non-financial assurance methodology, risk and quality matters for PwC globally and locally.

Prof. Lang is a member of the Integrated Reporting Committee of South Africa's Working Group and is a previous member of the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors's (IRBA) Committee for Auditing Standards and a previous chair and current member of the IRBA's Sustainability Standing Committee. Prof. Lang was also a member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants' task group, which provided comments on the IAASB's EER guidance, and spent time seconded to the International Integrated Reporting Council as a Technical Specialist contributing to various technical matters.

Prof. Lang has her Masters in Responsible Leadership and is a qualified CA (SA) and CIA.


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