In the 1960s when the advertising of accountancy services was considered vulgar and not permitted by the Society, and well before the advent of the internet, how did accountants manage their public image?
In full knowledge of the dreary and backward reputation the accountancy profession suffered, the then Society set about to change it.
In a 1961 Journal, Mr AW Graham, who was the Secretary of the Society at that time, proffered his thoughts on the subject.
An overview of the proposed new and revised International Standards on Auditing.
The International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) has recently issued an exposure draft (ED) Reporting on Audited Financial Statements containing proposed new and revised International Standards on Auditing (ISAs).
This follows on from the invitation to comment (ITC) Improving the Auditor’s Report released last June.
This article provides a brief overview of the proposals, with a comparison to the initial suggestions for improvements that were outlined in the October 2012 Journal article “Enhanced Auditor Reporting”.