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Guidance For RAs

Auditing standards and guides, industry specific guides and regulatory reports, guides for auditing in the public sector, guidance on other assurance, including B-BBEE, exposure drafts and comment letters are available here. Information on auditor ethics, including the Rules Regarding Improper Conduct and the Code of Professional Conduct, is also found here.

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IRBA News Issue 37 now available.

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South Africa has maintained its number one ranking for the strength of auditing and reporting standards for SEVEN years in a row, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness report.

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Latest News

Audit regulator launches probe into KPMG audits of Linkway Trading

Audit regulator launches probe into KPMG audits of Linkway Trading.

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IRBA says additional measures required to promote transformation of audit profession

In the face of criticism that Mandatory Audit Firm Rotation (MAFR) will not address transformation of the profession, the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA) said in parliament today at a hearing of the Standing Committee on Finance (SCOF) that additional measures to drive transformation will be required to address government’s concerns regarding de-concentration of the audit market and transformation.

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latest Guidance

Withdrawal of the Proposed Guide for Registered Auditors: Considerations for an Auditor or a Reviewer of a Company which is Factually Insolvent

The Proposed Guide for Registered Auditors: Considerations for an Auditor or a Reviewer of a Company which is Factually Insolvent was issued on exposure in July 2016, with comments requested by 5 October 2016.

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REMINDER: IRBA Code amendments relating to Non-Compliance with Laws and Regulations become effective as of 15 July 2017

Registered auditors and other interested parties are reminded that the amendments to the IRBA Code of Professional Conduct (IRBA Code) for Registered Auditors, Responding to Non-Compliance with Laws and Regulations (NOCLAR), will be effective as of 15 July 2017.

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