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IAASB EER Assurance Discussion Event - Singapore

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NUS Business School

15 Kent Ridge Drive

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The IAASB invites all interested stakeholders to help shape the future of assurance over emerging forms of external reporting (EER).

About this Event

The IAASB is hosting an event in Singapore on October 26, 2018 as part of a global series of discussions being held in seven locations around the world.

What is the purpose of the event?

The IAASB is developing non-authoritative guidance to address key challenges arising in the performance of assurance engagements on EER performed using its assurance standard, ISAE 3000 (Revised).

To help shape the future of IAASB’s assurance on EER, the half-day discussion will cover:

  • progress in the development of the first phase of the draft guidance;
  • implications of the guidance for assurance engagements; and
  • assurance issues faced in Asia.

Who should attend?

The event is open to all. The IAASB wants to engage with those who prepare EER reports, assurance practitioners, regulators, standard-setters, investors and other users of EER reports. Accountants and non-accountants alike from across Asia are encouraged to attend and participate to help shape the IAASB’s work in this area.

What is EER?

EER encapsulates many different forms of reporting, including, but not limited to, integrated reporting, sustainability reporting and non-financial reporting about environmental, social and governance matters. Such reports may be prepared under legislative or regulatory requirements and established frameworks, standards and guidance issued by international or national standard setters.

Further details can be found in a discussion paper, the related feedback statement, and the project proposal.

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