NZAuASB ED 2019-3
Conforming Amendments to Auditing and Assurance Standards
The New Zealand Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (NZAuASB) has published for public comment NZAuASB ED 2019-3 Conforming Amendments to Auditing and Assurance Standards: Implications of the Revised Professional and Ethical Standard 1 on the NZAuASB’s Standards.
The exposure draft (ED) proposes limited amendments to the NZAuASB’s auditing and assurance standards, including PES 3 (Amended), in response to the revised PES 1.
You should consider the New Zealand exposure draft in conjunction with the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board's (IAASB’s) ED: Proposed Conforming Amendments to the IAASB’s International Standards.
The New Zealand ED does not mark-up the changes to the international standards, as made by the IAASB. These are explained in the IAASB’s explanatory memorandum.
We advise you to read the NZAuASB Invitation to Comment and Exposure Draft together with the IAASB explanatory memorandum and exposure draft to fully understand the impact of the changes.
Commenting on the Proposal
The NZAuASB encourages you to read the Exposure Draft and accompanying Invitation to Comment, and to comment on the proposals.
Send your comments – both formal and informal – by 24 January 2020 to the NZAuASB using the secure upload form below.
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