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Audit and assurance

Intelligent insight and smart feedback.

People are only as good as the tools they possess. So, to consistently deliver high-quality auditing services, we are always investing in auditing methods. We keep our ear to the ground so we can closely follow the latest developments and share them throughout our network.

Staying alert to risk is always a priority. That’s why we devote a considerable amount of attention and resources to ensuring our methods are compliant with the International Standards on Auditing.

Issue 13 - RSM Reporting

This thirteenth edition features:

Guest post: Occupational fraud and the auditor’s role – a view from South Africa

Below is a thought-provoking guest post on auditors role in fighting fraud and corruption from Morne Pienaar, Internal Audit Manager at RSM Betty & Dickson in South Africa. In South Africa it is nearly impossible to read the news without seeing headlines regularly highlighting incidences of fraud, nepotism and corruption.

Issue 12 - RSM Reporting

This twelfth edition features:

EU Audit Market proposals: "No change is not an option"

Yesterday, I and the CEOs of Grant Thornton, BDO, Mazars, and Rödl & Partners, along with the CEO of EGIAN (European Group of International Accounting Networks) met with MEPs in Brussels to discuss mid-tier accountancy firm’s positions on EC audit proposals.

Corporate culture: Creating strong guardrails for governance and ERM

How do you define your organization’s corporate culture? Often, corporate culture is difficult to describe.

Issue 11 - RSM Reporting

This eleventh edition features:

The Shale Gas Revolution

Recent advances in hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) are spurring development of shale gas reserves in the United States, Canada, Poland, Australia, and other countries. The shale gas boom has strengthened energy security in these countries by lowering dependence on imported fossil fuels.

The Brussels Agreement: Fiscal Adjustment and Economic Growth in Europe

On December 9, the European Council met in Brussels to devise a resolution of the Euro crisis that imperils the still fragile recovery from the global financial crisis.

Fallout of the Euro Crisis

On 27 October 2011, the 17 Euro countries agreed to new €100 billion bailout package for Greece, which included a 50 percent write down of Greek government bonds held by private European banks.

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