Now Available: Watch IESBA's Global Webinar on the Proposed Technology-Related Revisions to the Code

The early-April event was attended by participants in over 76 jurisdictions globally.

Apr 08, 2022 | English

Click here to watch IESBA's April 5th webinar on the Board's recently released exposure draft Proposed Technology-related Revisions to the Code, which includes changes to the International Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants (including International Independence Standards) (the Code). This one-hour zoom-based event also included an opportunity for stakeholders to participate in a questions and answers session with the presenters, Mr. Richard Huesken, IESBA member and Chair of the Technology Task Force, and Mr. Gregory Driscoll, IESBA technical advisor and member of the Technology Task Force.

The IESBA’s technology exposure draft represents the IESBA’s firm response to the transformative effects of technology by enhancing the Code’s robustness and expanding its relevance in an environment being reshaped by rapid technological advancements. The proposed amendments will guide the ethical mindset and behavior of professional accountants in business and in public practice as they deal with changes brought by technology in their work processes and the content of the services they provide. The proposed revisions build on the role and mindset changes that became effective last December, and the revised Non-Assurance Services (NAS) provisions that will become effective in December 2022.

 
 
 

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