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Audit

The importance of audit

Auditing is a highly complex process, and the importance of auditors as a vital link in the financial reporting chain has never been more important nor their role as trusted advisors more valued.

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IAS Plus

IAS Plus features an extensive collection of news and resources about International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), and international accounting and auditing developments.

Insights

IFRS in your pocket

The thirteenth edition of Deloitte's popular guide to IFRS — IFRS In Your Pocket 2014 – is now available and provides an update of developments to July 2014.

Life at Deloitte

Audit careers

Auditors are vital to financial reporting. In fact, they are key to the integrity and stability of financial markets around the world. Bring your critical thinking to the world—with an audit career at Deloitte.

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Deloitte Analytics

Learn how to take advantage of the benefits of audit analytics

Predictions

TMT Predictions 2016

Discover the major Technology, Media & Telecomms trends that will impact your business in the 2016 edition of Deloitte’s predictions for the TMT sectors. They reveal the perspectives gained from hundreds of conversations with industry leaders, and thousands of consumer interviews across the globe. 

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What is Audit?

Auditing is a highly complex process, and the importance of auditors as a vital link in the financial reporting chain has never been more important nor their role as trusted advisors more valued. 

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Deloitte IFRS e-learning

As global capital markets become increasingly integrated, many countries are moving to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). For example, in the European Union, companies with publicly traded shares or debt on a European exchange must use IFRS for  financial reporting for year ends.