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ISA 315 (Revised) Identifying, assessing and documenting risk during an audit

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Presenter: Ms Lynette Badenhorst
CPD Hours: Attending the course and successfully completing the post-assessment, will grant you 4 hour/s verifiable CPD, recognised by the various professional bodies (SAICA, SAIBA, ACCA, IACSA, IRBA & etc). Please note that the CPD certificate will only be issued once the post-assessment has been completed.
Platform: Web Based (Online)
Course Facilitator: Lynette Badenhorst
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What are all the risks that should be addressed be the auditor?

The new ISA 315 (revised) requires the auditor to identify and assess many different types of risks. During this session, I am going to explain the meaning of all the different risks that must be identified, assessed and documented by the auditor.

1. What is audit risk? 2. Identification of risk? 3. ROMM at the financial statement level 4. ROMM at the assertion level and the new concept of relevant assertions 5. Assessment of inherent risk (Including the new inherent risk factors) 6. Control risk (New requirements as per ISA 315) a. Indirect controls b. Direct controls 7. Assessment of fraud risk 8. The spectrum of inherent risk 9. Significant risks 10. Significant classes of transactions, account balances and transactions 11. The risk assessment procedures that must be performed during the audit 12. Responses to address the assessed Risk of Material Misstatement What do all these terms mean and how does it fit into a risk-based audit approach?

All auditors and their staff who is responsible for the audit of financial statements