Audit Conference 2021 - On Demand

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Gain key insights from leading subject matter experts, regulators and fellow practitioners and keep abreast of new developments in this constantly evolving profession.
The Audit Conference 2021 is designed to equip assurance practitioners with relevant knowledge and advanced skills. Through a practical approach to auditing, the forward-looking content will focus on the new audit normal resulting from local and international scrutiny, learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic and changes on the horizon. 

Benefits of attending

  • Stay up to date with audit changes, including revised auditing standard (ASA315) 
  • Gain a clear understanding of current technical requirements
  • Hear the latest audit news in an evolving landscape
  • See what's on the horizon with the future focused content
  • Gain insights that add value to your role, organisation and career
  • Learn new skills that can enhance audit quality
  • Receive practical takeaways that will help you implement change 
  • See real-world examples and case studies

Who should purchase

The Audit Conference 2021 is designed for audit professionals across all industry sectors and career stages, and is relevant to the following job functions:

  • Auditor
  • Senior Auditor
  • Manager
  • Senior Manager
  • Director
  • Principal
  • Audit Partner

The informative content is particularly useful for accountants in the public practice space.

S1 - The new Audit normal + the lessons learned from a pandemic | Doug Niven FCA, Amir Ghandar FCA and Merilyn Gwan FCA

S2.1 - Less Complex Entities (LCEs) and other IAASB projects | Roger Simnett

S2.2 - An A-to-Z of Extended External Reporting (EER) | Jo Cain

S2.3 - Seven traits of great audit practices | Rob Pillans FCA

S3.1 - What’s new for the audits of charities and other not-for-profits (NFPs)? | Melville Yates

S3.2 - ASA 315 (revised) - New requirements for Auditors | Matthew Green and Anne Waters CA 

S3.3 - Audit quality focus – ASIC’s inspection findings | Doug Niven FCA

S4.1 - SMSF audits – what you need to know from the ATO | Kellie Grant 

S4.2 - AUASB update | Matthew Zappulla FCA

S4.3 - The business of being an Auditor | Alena Bennett CA

S5.1 - Avoid the pitfalls - insights from quality review 

S5.2 - Accounting Standards update | Alison White CA

S5.3 - Creating a truly digital audit approach through a blend of human ans artificial intelligence 

S6 - Negotiating a challenging audit finding | Petris Lapis

Doug Niven FCA, Chief Accountant - ASIC

Merilyn Gwan FCA, Head of National Assurance Quality, Grant Thornton

Roger Simnett, Emeritus Professor of Accounting - University of New South Wales

Jo Cain, Executive Director - Materiality Counts

Rob Pillans FCA, Founder - Planet Consulting

Melville Yates, Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission

Matthew Green, Partner - Mazars

Anne Waters CA, Deputy Technical Director - AUASB

Matthew Zappulla FCA, Technical Director - AUASB

Kellie Grant, ATO

Alena Bennett CA, Speaker | Author | Mentor | Trainer | Facilitator

Petris Lapis, Master Performance Coach | Mindfulness Practitioner

Alison White CA, Deloitte

Amir Ghandar FCA, Reporting and Assurance Leaders - CA ANZ


Topic: Audit & Assurance

Sub-Topic: Auditor Liability

Format: Recorded Webinar

Proficiency Level: Intermediate, Advanced

CPD: Upto 15 hours