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WEBINARS ON AUDIT PLANNING & RISK ASSESSMENT IN AUDIT
February 20 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
|ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING COMMITTEE|
|Chairman :||Heneel K. Patel|
|Vice Chairman :||Tejas Parikh|
|Convenors :||Arpita Gadhia, Deepak Shah|
|Advisor :||Jayesh Gandhi|
To ensure that information provided in the financial statements are of high quality and are acceptable worldwide the Auditing and Assurance Standards board under the council of Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAI) have formulated few Standards. These are in line with the International Standards issued by the International Auditing and Assurance Board (IAASB).
Standards issued by the AASB include:
Standards of Quality Control (SQCs) for all the services under Engagement Standards. These standards are applicable to all auditing firms which perform audits and reviews of historical financial information including assurances and related service engagements. Standards on Auditing (SAs) for auditing historical financial information. These apply whenever any independent Audit is carried out.
In simpler words, whenever an independent examination of financial information is carried on for ANY entity whether the business motive is to make the profit or not, whether the size of the entity is big or small or even if the entity has any legal form (unless any lays specifies something else) the SAs will be applicable.
In order to guide members to understand the implantation of the SAS, the Chamber has organized a Series of webinars on practical implementation of standards on auditing as follows.
|Date||:||20th February, 2020|
|Time||:||4.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.|
|Fees||:||A&A Study Circle Members: Free
Outstation Members: Free
Others: (Per Webinar) ₹ 200/- (Inclusive of GST)
(For 6 Webinars) ₹ 1,000/- (Inclusive of GST)
|Session on||:||Audit planning & risk assessment in audit|
|Key aspects of relevant standards on following topics to be covered||:||• Planning an Audit of Financial Statements
• Evaluation of mis-statements identified during an Audit
• Materiality in Planning & Performing an audit
• Identifying and Assessing Risk of Material Mis-statements
|Focus area||:||• Concept of materiality, how it is to be computed
• Adjusted and unadjusted audit adjustments
• Documentation for risk assessment
|Speakers||:||CA Bhavin Kapadia|