Do you know what your auditor should tell you?

By Kylee Byrne - September 24, 2014

International and Australian Auditing Standards require the auditor to report specific matters to those charged with governance.

This checklist has been prepared by Pitcher Partners for use by those charged with governance, for example, directors, members of audit and risk committees, to assist them to request the required information from auditors. The checklist can be downloaded for your use by clicking the thumbnail below.


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