NZAuASB ED 2020-2

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Proposed International Standard on Related Services—ISRS (NZ) 4400 Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagements

The NZAuASB has released for public comment NZAuASB ED 2020-2, Proposed ISRS (NZ) 4400, Agreed-Upon Procedures Engagements.

The ED 2020-2 is based on the IAASB’s ISRS 4400 issued in April 2020. 

The NZAuASB is proposing to adopt the international standard without change unless there is a compelling reason to make changes that reflect New Zealand practices.

Commenting on the Proposal

The NZAuASB welcomes your feedback on this exposure draft.We encourage you to read the Exposure Draft and accompanying invitation to comment (above), and to comment on the proposals.

Send your comments – both formal and informal – by 15 September 2020 to the NZAuASB using the secure upload form below.

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