Publication

25 May 2004

Education of Statutory Auditors

The Eighth Company Law Directive of 10 April 1984 on the approval of persons responsible for carrying out the statutory audit of accounting documents defines the conditions of education and training required to be approved and registered as a statutory auditor in an EU Member State.

FEE believes that the educational requirements for statutory auditors in the existing Eighth Directive need to be substantially amended to ensure the continued relevance of the requirements. Read the FEE proposal to the European Commission.
 
The publication is available in electronic format only.

 Position Paper

 

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