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EU audit reform

By Noreen O’Halloran Noreen O’Halloran considers what the European Union’s Audit Reform project means for audit committees and statutory auditors alike. The European Union’s (EU) Audit Reform aims to improve the quality of statutory audits and re-establish shareholder confidence and public trust in the statutory audit process. It imposes a number of requirements on the statutory… Read More EU audit reform

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Accounting Enforcement in Europe

“A proper and rigorous accounting enforcement regime is key to securing and maintaining investors’ confidence in financial markets,” according to Michael Kavanagh, Head of Financial Reporting Supervision at the Irish Accounting and Auditing Supervisory Authority. Writing in the June edition of Accountancy Ireland, Mr Kavanagh considered the key points in the European Securities and Markets… Read More Accounting Enforcement in Europe