The Institute’s regulatory and disciplinary function is central to maintaining trust and integrity in who we are and what we do. The regulatory landscape faced by the profession has changed beyond recognition over the last two decades. For Chartered Accountants … Continue reading
By David Malamed What solutions exist to improve the possibility of recouping losses, which can range from small amounts to some of staggering proportions? “In 2013 recovery auditors returned more than US$3 billion into [Medicare’s] coffers,” US publication Modern Healthcare … Continue reading
By Anne Adrain In the second of a series of three articles on the use of audit data analytics (ADA), I summarise five opportunities that might emerge for the audit profession.
Charities play a significant role in the fabric of our national life, but they are being scrutinised more closely than ever. In this Audit insight, ICAEW has collated the expert knowledge of external auditors and ICAEW specialist staff to set … Continue reading
As technology fundamentally changes the nature of the audit, how can auditors use technology to enhance the way they analyse information? Eoin MacManus reports. Our future is characterised by unparalleled organisational and informational complexity, with corporate and business reporting evolving … Continue reading
Data analytics is transforming the way business operates and the different skills that are needed to stay ahead of the competition. Audit insights: data analytics explores the impact of data analytics on business and provides management with a high-level approach … Continue reading