Enhanced auditor reporting

Enhanced auditor reporting

For some time, investors have sought more than a binary pass/fail opinion from the auditor’s report. They want greater transparency about the auditor’s responsibilities, as well as insight into what the auditor considered to be the key areas of the audit and what they did in those areas.

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