Assurance and Related Services Standards (other than CASs)
Reporting on Controls at a Service Organization — Bridging the Gap Between Canadian and Revised U.S. Standards,
May 18, 2017. This Bulletin will assist stakeholders during the period while the Canadian and U.S. standards on reporting on controls at a service organization are not aligned.
AASB Re-exposure Draft – Reporting on Compliance
April 19, 2017. The AASB has issued a Re-exposure Draft of two proposed new standards that would replace existing Sections dealing with special reports on an entity’s compliance with agreement, statutes and regulations. Stakeholders are encouraged to submit their comments by July 28, 2017.
Basis for Conclusions – CSOA 5000, Use of the Practitioner’s Communication or Name
January 3, 2017. This document summarizes the process followed in developing this standard and the conclusions reached by the AASB regarding significant comments received in response to its Exposure Draft and Re-exposure Draft.
AASB Invitation to Comment – Exploring the Demand for Agreed-upon Procedures Engagements and Other Services, and the Implications for the IAASB’s International Standards
December 20, 2016. The AASB has issued an Invitation to Comment on the IAASB’s Discussion Paper, which explores agreed-upon procedures engagements performed either as a stand-alone engagement or in combination with other engagements. Stakeholders are encouraged to submit their comments by February 10, 2017.
Roundtable Discussions – Stakeholders’ Views Sought on the Agreed-upon Procedures Working Group Discussion Paper
November 25, 2016. Register to attend a roundtable to provide your views directly to the IAASB Working Group as the IAASB looks to revise its agreed-upon procedures standard. Discussions are taking place in cities across the country. Seating is limited, so register today!
Roundtable Discussions – Stakeholders’ Views Sought on a Compilation Engagements Task Force Consultation Paper
November 23, 2016. Register to attend a roundtable to provide your views directly to the AASB’s Compilation Engagements Task Force on its Consultation Paper. Discussions are taking place in cities across the country. Seating is limited so register today!