Audit and assurance standards
Development of Auditing Standards
Australian auditing standards are set by the Australian Auditing Standards Board (AUASB). Auditing standards have the force of law for audits and reviews of Corporations Act entities under section 307A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).
Our members are required by professional and ethical standard APES 210 Conformity with Auditing and Assurance Standards to comply with Auditing and Assurance Standards when they conduct auditing and assurance engagements.
This section of the website is dedicated to providing members with the resources they need to understand and apply accounting standards and keep abreast of all the changes.
Our reporting and assurance team monitors developments in auditing standards here and overseas; and provides regular updates for our members via archived Charter articles, Acuity magazine, our ANT newsletter and member newsletter, In the Know.
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The Australian Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (AUASB) has released a revised version of GS 017 Audit Implications for Prudential Reporting Requirements of a Life Company.
Published on 24 December 2014
The IAASB has announced a January 2015 release date for its major suite of revised auditor reporting standards, which were approved at its September board meeting
Published on 17 November 2014
We lodged our joint submission with CPA Australia on the AASB's ED 01/14 Proposed Standard on Assurance Engagements ASAE 34XX Assurance Engagements on Controls (Replacement of AUS 810).
Published on 15 September 2014