In the media

19 May 2016

The future of audit and assurance with President, Petr Kriz, and Senior Manager, Noémi Robert

 

This article by FEE Member Body CPA Ireland highlights how the Federation sees the future of audit and assurance in relation to stakeholders’ needs, innovation through technology advancement, and education.

The audit profession needs to push itself to think about its future. External auditors are currently the primary providers of assurance, but this might not remain the case in the future. The profession has to anticipate a reassessment of its role.”

Read the full article here.

Related FEE work:
FEE discussion paper – Pursuing a strategic debate: The future of audit and assurance
FEE Cogito Paper – The Future of Corporate Reporting – creating the dynamics for change

 

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