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  1. The international standards on auditing

  2. Risk Based Audit

  3. RISK BASED AUDIT

  4. Making an Estimate of Materiality

  5. Use of Materiality in the Audit

  6. Risk Assessment Procedures

  7. Inherent, Control and Detection Risk Internal Controls Financial Statements Accounting Information System Events, Transactions Substantive Procedures INHERENT RISK The likelihood that, in the absence of internal controls, an error or fraud will enter the accounting information system CONTROL RISK The likelihood that an error or fraud will not get caught by the client’s internal controls. DETECTION RISK The likelihood that an error or fraud will not be caught by the auditor’s procedures. AUDIT RISK The likelihood that an error or fraud will occur, and not get caught by either the internal controls or auditor’s procedures.

  8. Detection Risk and the Nature, Timing, and Extent of Audit Procedures

  9. Developing Audit Strategy

  10. Trade-off Between Testing of Controls and Substantive Testing More Efficient More Effective Substantive Testing Substantive Testing Testing of Controls Interim Year-end

  11. Financial Statement Assertions

  12. Assessing the RMM

  13. Responding to the Assessed RMM

  14. Subsequent EventsISA 560

  15. Going ConcernISA 570

  16. Going Concern Assessment

  17. Going Concern Assessment- Effect on Audit Report

  18. Forming an Audit ReportISA 700

  19. Emphasis of Matter and Other Matter Paragraphs ISA 706

  20. Objective of additional paragraph • To draw the readers’ attention to • A matter included in the financial statements that is essential to users’ understanding of the financial statements; or • Other matter, not included in the financial statements, that is relevant to users’ understanding of the audit conducted

  21. Circumstances that require Emphasis of Matter Paragraph • Uncertainty relating to the future outcome of exceptional litigation or regulatory action • Early application of new accounting standard • A major catastrophe with significant effect on the entity’s financial position • Going concern uncertainty (ISA 570) • Financial statements prepared using Special Purpose Financial Reporting Frameworks (ISA 800)

  22. Circumstances that require Other Matter Paragraph • Reporting on comparatives (ISA 710) • Material inconsistency exists between other information and the audited financial statements (ISA720) • Restriction on distribution or use of the auditor’s report (ISA 800, 805 and 810) • Reporting on financial statements prepared using more than one financial reporting frameworks

  23. Audits of Group Financial Statements ISA 600

  24. ISA 600 Special Consideration – Audit of Group Financial Statements (Including the Work of Component Auditors) • ISA 600 apply to group audits and deals with special consideration that apply to group audits, in particular those that involve component auditor. • The group engagement partner is responsible for the direction, supervision, and performance of the group audit engagement. • The auditor’s report on the group financial statements shall not refer to a component auditor.

  25. THE accounting standards

  26. Financial Reporting Framework IFRS for SMEs Full IFRS • Applies to all SME’s • Basically, Historical costs. Option to use fair value if it will not entail undue cost or effort • Applies to Publicly Accountable Entities and Economically Significant Entities • Geared towards fair value measurement

  27. Borrowing Costs Section 25 IAS 23 • All borrowing costs are recognized as expense when incurred • Borrowing costs incurred in connection with the construction or production of a qualifying asset are capitalized as part of the cost of the asset

  28. Investment Property Section 16 IAS 40 • Investment property shall be measured at fair value through profit or loss if the fair value can be measured reliably without undue cost or effort. Otherwise, the investment property shall be accounted for as property, plant and equipment using the cost-depreciation-impairment model. • Investment property may be accounted for using: • Fair value model; or • Cost-depreciation- impairment model • Full IFRS requires disclosure of the fair value of investment property.

  29. Property, plant and equipment Section 17 IAS 16 • Scope of Section 17 includes: • Investment property whose fair value can not be measured reliably without undue costs or effort; and • Non-current assets held for sale • Property, plant and equipment are measured at cost less accumulated depreciation and accumulated impairment losses. • Revaluation is not permitted • IAS 16 applies only to Property, plant and equipment • Investment property is covered by IAS 40 • Non-current asset held for sale is covered by IFRS 5 • Property, plant and equipment can be measured using: • Cost-depreciation-impairment model; or • Revaluation model

  30. Agriculture Section 34 IAS 41 • Biological assets shall be measured at fair value less cost to sell if the fair value is readily determinable without undue costs or effort • Otherwise, biological assets shall be measured at cost less accumulated depreciation and accumulated impairment losses • Biological assets are measured at fair value less cost to sell • There is a presumption that fair value can be measured reliably for biological assets

  31. Investment in Joint Ventures Section 15 IAS 31 • Investment in joint ventures shall be accounted for using: • Equity model; • Fair value model; or • Cost model • Proportionate consolidation is not permitted • Investment in joint ventures must be accounted for using the • Equity method; or • Proportionate consolidation

  32. Employee Benefits Section 28 IAS 19 • All past service costs are recognized immediately in profit or loss. • Actuarial gains or losses are recognized immediately in either profit or loss or other comprehensive income. • Unvested past service costs are amortized on a straight-line basis over the vesting period. • Actuarial gains or losses may be • Deferred and amortized using corridor approach; or • Recognized immediately in either profit or loss or other comprehensive income

  33. Leases Section 20 IAS 17 • Lease payments under operating leases shall be recognized as income/expense on a straight-line basis unless • Another basis is more representative of the timing of the benefits obtained by the user of the asset; or • the payments are structured to increase in line with expected general inflation. • Lease payments under operating leases shall be recognized as income/expense on a straight-line basis unless • Another basis is more representative of the timing of the benefits obtained by the user of the asset

  34. Foreign Currency Translation Section 30 IAS 21 • When a foreign operation is disposed of, any cumulative amount in equity is recognised in comprehensive income – not in profit or loss • When a foreign operation is disposed of, any cumulative amount in equity is recognised in profit or loss

  35. Basic Financial Instruments Section 11 IAS 39 • Debt instruments are measured at amortised cost • Debt instruments that are classified as current are measured at the undiscounted amount • Investments in non-convertible preference shares and non-puttable ordinary or preference shares are measured at fair value through profit or loss • Financial instruments are classified as trading securities, available for sale, loans and receivables or held to maturity depending on the intention of management.

  36. Complete Set of Financial Statements IFRS for SMEs Full IFRS • Complete set of FS includes: • Statement of Financial Position • Statement of Income • Statement of Cash Flows • Statement of Changes in Equity • Statement of Comprehensive Income • Notes to Financial Statements • Statement of income and retained earnings may be presented in place of Statement of changes in equity and Statement of comprehensive income • Complete set of FS includes: • Statement of Financial Position • Statement of Income • Statement of Cash Flows • Statement of Changes in Equity • Statement of Comprehensive income • Notes to Financial Statements

  37. Thank You!