Not every organisation has both an external audit and internal audit. In some jurisdictions you can get companies that have internal audit but no external audit, while in most countries you get quite a prevalent external audit with far less incidence of internal audits. Russia is a prime […]
According to page 2 of today’s UK Financial Times, a UK National Audit Office report shows over 6.5m people waited more than 10 minutes to get their calls answered by HMRC, adding £33m to customer’s phone bills and wasting £103m of their time last year. This snippet of […]
CPA Trendlines have recently run a few articles highlighting a rather brisk upturn in the fees taken by audit firms in the States, and together with that an increase in salaries as well as movement in the market for hires in audit in that country. Europe may or […]
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AN EGIAN POSITION PAPER EGIAN SUPPORTS ROBUST REFORM PROGRAMME FOR THE EUROPEAN UNION AUDIT PROFESSION PRINCIPLES AND ACTIONS 1 THE URGENT NEED FOR CHANGE The creation of a more open vibrant market in the audit of large listed companies is urgently needed to protect and […]
I thought I’d just share the view from my desk in the new building this morning.
I am writing to relate a story based on true events which came to light last week when one gentleman came into one of our offices and spoke to me. To keep matters confidential, I won’t say the country – the same can happen in any country – […]
In the following article produced for the benefit of their clients but included here for general interest, is an article by one of Luxmed’s experts showing why it is that in Poland even privately insured patients still may be required by their doctor to possess proof of social […]