Consultation response

4 April 2017

IAASB’s Discussion Paper: Exploring the Demand for Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagements and Other Services

Accountancy Europe responds to IAASB’s Discussion Paper: Exploring the Demand for Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagement and Other Services, and the Implications for the IAASB’s International Standards

We support the IAASB΄s decision to explore this topic. AUP engagements are now being used broadly and for the attention of different users, and the profession needs to better explain and promote the added value of non-audit services.

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