Other ASB members serve on numerous international projects and subcommittees, and we all review and comment on proposed international audit standards and help the IAASB identify emerging national issues with international implications.
What does AS stand for?
AS stands for Audit Standards (Public Company Accounting Oversight Board)
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We have 206 other meanings of AS in our Acronym Attic
- Assistant Secretary
- Associate in Science
- Associate of Science
- Associated Students
- Associated Support
- Associazione Sportiva (Italian: sports club)
- Athletics (Oakland baseball team)
- ATM Switch
- Attachment Sheet
- Audioslave (band)
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Q What new audit standards are you likely to back and why?
With the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board authorized to write audit standards only for the SEC-registrant community, it is up to the Auditing Standards Board to develop continuing audit standards to meet the distinct needs of privately held and other non-public entities.
The Auditing Standards Board has a number of initiatives under way to modernize our audit standards and the guidance we provide to help auditors.
The Auditing Standards Board, feeling the pressure from disgruntled investors, took a jab at the problem of fraud in 1996, with their Statement on Audit Standards No.
Designed in partnership with major auditing firms and leading security and audit experts, SQL compliance manager provides real-time auditing and continuous compliance for SQL Server databases, enabling organizations to meet internal and external audit standards such as Sarbanes-Oxley, GLBA, HIPAA, BASEL II and The USA Patriot Act.
But make no mistake: We board members will be the ones to consider and set audit standards.
Maintaining consistency and uniformity of audit standards for audits of private companies and governmental entities is critical to the efficient operations of our economy and the users of audited private company financial statements.