ICAEW is striving to help auditors improve audit quality. In this session, independent trainer John Selwood will feed back on the "What good looks like” project which is being undertaken with ICAEW's Quality Assurance Department and member audit firms. The project aims to produce practical case studies demonstrating how auditors should approach real world audit problems.
The first part of the project focuses on auditing going concern, including:
- the role of management in the going concern review;
- evaluating audit evidence;
- audit documentation; and
- shareholder/group support.
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John lectures for major accountancy practices, professional bodies, training companies and publishers. He speaks on auditing, financial reporting, company law and anti-money laundering. Previously, a technical partner for a top-30 firm of accountants and head of an accountancy network. He is a member of ICAEWs Audit and Assurance Faculty’s Technical and Practical Auditing Committee.
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