2022 Audit Alerts and Circulars

All you need to know about accounting standards and publications. :Here you can find updates from the IASB and the ISA as follows IFRS-related circulars –new and revised Standards & Interpretations and significant Exposure Drafts by the international Accounting Standard Board - IASB ISA-related circulars –new publications by the Israel Securities Authority (ISA) (including Staff & Plenum Decisions) regarding Accounting and Reporting matters

Following is a list of our latest Audit Alerts and Circulars in Hebrew

  • 1.2022
    Cancellation of the obligation to report the auditors' hours in the directors' report 
  • 2.2022
    Isa publication February 2022
  • 3.2022
    A Guide to the IPO Process in Tel-Aviv
  • 4.2022
    SLB 101-26 The disclosure required as part of General Meeting Summons Report includes the appointment of an auditor 
  • 5.2022
    ISA Q&A on legal issues
  • 6.2022
    ISA – Reliefs regarding the publication of a separate report
  • 7.2022
    ISA FINDINGS REPORT IN CONNECTION WITH VALUATIONS
  • 8.2022
    Updating Legal Position 103-37 Attaching an Event Report and Letters of Consent to Proposal Documents
  • 9.2022
    Changes in discount rates and return rates for employee benefits
  • 10.2022
    SAB 99-8 The effects of inflation and interest rates increase on disclosure and financial reporting
  • 11.2022
    New audit standards publication
  • 12.2022
    Changes in discount rates and return rates for employee benefits – third quarter
  • 13.2022
    IFRS UPDATES: IAS 1 & IFRS 16 AMENDMENTS
  • 14.2022
    Update Q&A of SLB 105-23 materiality of valuations
  • 15.2022
    Isa publications December 2022

More Info:

  • To view the 2021 Audit alerts & circulars - Click here
  • To view the 2020 Audit alerts & circulars - Click here
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