Open sources are the foundation for establishing context to all investigations, most especially social media cases. This session will cover the open source materials available for developing well-rounded investigations.
Audit & Assurance
Are you and your clients armed against cyber-attack and ready for the Privacy Act changes? This webinar series will provide you with key information and start you on an action plan to combat potential cyber security and data breaches.
Increasingly, the contracts for public sector audits require providers to exhibit the skills and capabilities to: Articulate the high level internal control environment over digital information systems; and Deliver assurance and/or identify areas for improvement in relation to IT and fraud minimisation
This webinar series will provide you with the fundamental concepts of impairment, value in use and fair value, including practical hints and tips when applying these concepts.
Are you a member of the finance team, an advisor or an auditor of an aged care entity? Stay up to date with the structural reforms to the industry and delve into the practical implications for your organisation or clients.
This programme is suitable for anyone who needs to understand the principles of the clarified ISAs including finance professionals, audit staff, university students and academics, and audit committee members. The flexible online format of the programme will allow you to minimise time away from the office and to plan your study and assessment time around other commitments.
This webinar has been designed for audit practitioners who are preparing for 31 December year end audits. Attendees will gain a refresher on requirements for the year-end audit along with key issues that are prevalent within the current audit environments across New Zealand and Australia
The registered clubs industry continues to evolve and as auditors it’s necessary to keep abreast of changes to ensure that your planned audit approach is current, efficient and effective.
This webinar series supports you in fulfilling the professional accounting bodies' ongoing audit competency requirements Regulation 7 and satisfying the technical competence area of audit as it applies under IES 8 Professional Competence of an Engagement Partner.
During this session, we explore the expectations on auditors about their documentation and shares insights on how to manage those expectations.
Whatever the size of your client, take a look at the typical issues that arise when auditing accounting estimates, how you can challenge management's assumptions if required and how you can ensure that you are maintaining the right balance of documentation to support your evaluations
During this session, we explores the positive and negative practicalities that you need to consider when relying on an expert for your audit procedures
During this session we will delve into efficient ways to tackle going concern while satisfying the levels of risk for the audit.
During this session we'll work though a different way of thinking when it comes to auditing revenue and how the upcoming changes will affect your audits.
During this session we will explore different perspectives that you should be considering when applying sampling and analytical procedures.
This series will uncover the key and mandatory elements of performing a small to medium sized audit and tackle issues you can commonly expect when preforming a small to medium sized audit.
One of the most important global events on the accounting profession’s calendar is coming to our region; the World Congress of Accountants.
You have the opportunity to help shape the future of the profession by attending the World Congress of Accountants 2018 in November this year in Sydney.
WCOA 2018 will bring together the best and brightest in the field to network, brainstorm and build a road map for the next four years.
The program will cover important themes like digital disruption, automation, sustainability and ethics, as well as technical topics like global tax, compliance and regulation changes.
Are you a member of the finance team, an advisor or an auditor of a not for profit entity? Join this full day webcast to delve into the hot topics impacting finance professionals in the NFP industry. Stay up to date with structural reforms, consider cyber and privacy risk, prepare for the new revenue and leases standards and delve into the practical implications for your organisation or clients.
This recorded one-hour length IFRS 9 – Fundamentals of Financial Instruments webinar will delve into the key changes of IFRS 9, offer practical insights for transition and enable you to understand the implementation requirements.
This recorded one-hour length IFRS 15 – Fundamentals of Revenue from Contracts with Customers webinar will delve into the key changes to revenue recognition accounting brought about by IFRS 15. The standard could significantly change how many entities recognise revenue, especially those that currently apply industry-specific guidance.
This recorded one-hour length IFRS 16 – Fundamentals of Leases webinar will delve into the key changes and practical implications to lease accounting brought about by IFRS 16.
Come to grips with the compliance aspects of a Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) audit throughout this webinar series.
Refresh your knowledge and stay up-to-date with the latest SIS compliance rules and compliance audit requirements to ensure your clients' SMSF audits are in safe hands.