Course Detail(PC2019 : ISCA Practitioners Conference 2019: New Frontiers for Tomorrow’s Practice)

PC2019 : ISCA Practitioners Conference 2019: New Frontiers for Tomorrow’s Practice NEW

6.00 CPE Hours (Category 2, Category 3, Others)
Classroom


Corporate tables (8 pax per table) at more than 20% off member rate! Limited tables available! Please click here to purchase. 

ISCA’s flagship event for practitioners and the final instalment of the Singapore Accountancy and Audit Convention (SAAC) series – The Practitioners Conference – is set to challenge your practice’s strategy.

Join our industry leaders, experts and millennials as they define the role of the profession in current dynamic economic climate and create new possibilities for the audit profession. Learn how the profession can and will be evolving amidst the changing landscape. Also hear from our regulator and subject matter experts to strengthen core technical capabilities, learn how to tackle through complex and difficult situations under the new standards regime and prepare for upcoming audits.

The Practice of Tomorrow cannot be formed in a day. The Practitioners Conference 2019 aims for professionals to rethink your strategy, strengthen core proficiency and bring back new ideas to form your ideal future-ready practice.

Fees

Categories
Fees (inclusive of GST)
Individual
Member: $406.60
Non-Member: $487.92
Corporate tables ( table of 8 pax )     
$2,568 per table
(more than 20% off member rate, limited tables available)        

Programme Outline

 

  • Keynote by Guest-of-Honour and Distinguished Speaker

 

  • Practice Monitoring Programme (PMP): Launch of 2019 PMP Report
The PMP is ACRA’s key regulatory programme to ascertain whether the auditor’s work has complied with the auditing standards. ACRA will be sharing key observations from their inspections to help you identify areas of improvement to enhance audit quality.

 

  • Strategy and Focus of the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board and ISCA’s Auditing and Assurance Standards Committee
The International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board puts forth a proposed strategy that reflects changing technology, a dynamic small-and medium-sized entity landscape and emerging reporting needs for the next 3 years. Hear what is coming up, both from the international and local front.

 

  • 2019 Audit Hot Spots
How do the upcoming changes in the auditing standards and changes in financial reporting requirements affect our audit approach? What are the key fundamentals that we need reminders on? This session will cover the key areas, from a technical perspective, that auditors need to consider for the 2019 audits.

 

  • Audit of Revenue Under FRS 115 Regime: Overcoming Challenges
Has the audit of revenue under the FRS 115 regime been smooth sailing, or are there complex situations that you are not sure if you have addressed them well? Hear from an industry expert on how to tackle some of these practical challenges.

 

  • Data Analytics in Audit
Use of data analytics in audits in Singapore is gaining traction faster than how international standards are changing. ISCA is hence developing a guidance to provide practical guidance on the use of data analytics in financial statements audits to demonstrate how data analytics is applied in a risk-based audit model and how this gel with the requirements of the auditing standards.

 

  • Panel Discussion: New Frontiers for Tomorrow’s Practice  
In one of the toughest and dynamic economic climates in modern times, the relevance of the role of the audit profession in the financial markets is more important than ever. How do we define the profession’s role and where do we position ourselves to continuously deliver value to businesses and serve the public interest? How would the Practice of Tomorrow look like? Join our panel as they create an ideal future-ready practice.

 

  • New Dimensions of Ethics in the Digital Age
In this digital age, new technologies are raising ethical issues and dilemmas that we have never face before. How does technology affect the ethical responsibility of auditors? What is the influence of technology on our professional judgement? This session will share some of the tech ethical issues that the profession should think about.

*Please note that the programme is tentative and will be updated.

 


Strategic Partner



Closing Date for Registration

1 week before programme or until full enrolment

Intended For

Practitioners and experienced audit professionals

Competency Mapping

Category 2 = 0.50 Hours
Category 3 = 3.50 Hours
Others = 2.00 Hours

Schedule & Fees

Date & Time

29 Oct 2019 (9:00 AM - 5:30 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 406.60
For Non-Members: $ 487.92

Programme Facilitator(s)

TBC

Venue

1 Bayfront Avenue
Level 3
Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Cassia Ballroom
Singapore 018971

Testimonial

Funding

No funding Available!

Programme Facilitator(s)


To be announced at a later date


Corporate tables (8 pax per table) at more than 20% off member rate! Limited tables available! Please click here to purchase. 

ISCA’s flagship event for practitioners and the final instalment of the Singapore Accountancy and Audit Convention (SAAC) series – The Practitioners Conference – is set to challenge your practice’s strategy.

Join our industry leaders, experts and millennials as they define the role of the profession in current dynamic economic climate and create new possibilities for the audit profession. Learn how the profession can and will be evolving amidst the changing landscape. Also hear from our regulator and subject matter experts to strengthen core technical capabilities, learn how to tackle through complex and difficult situations under the new standards regime and prepare for upcoming audits.

The Practice of Tomorrow cannot be formed in a day. The Practitioners Conference 2019 aims for professionals to rethink your strategy, strengthen core proficiency and bring back new ideas to form your ideal future-ready practice.

Fees

Categories
Fees (inclusive of GST)
Individual
Member: $406.60
Non-Member: $487.92
Corporate tables ( table of 8 pax )     
$2,568 per table
(more than 20% off member rate, limited tables available)        

Programme Outline

 

  • Keynote by Guest-of-Honour and Distinguished Speaker

 

  • Practice Monitoring Programme (PMP): Launch of 2019 PMP Report
The PMP is ACRA’s key regulatory programme to ascertain whether the auditor’s work has complied with the auditing standards. ACRA will be sharing key observations from their inspections to help you identify areas of improvement to enhance audit quality.

 

  • Strategy and Focus of the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board and ISCA’s Auditing and Assurance Standards Committee
The International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board puts forth a proposed strategy that reflects changing technology, a dynamic small-and medium-sized entity landscape and emerging reporting needs for the next 3 years. Hear what is coming up, both from the international and local front.

 

  • 2019 Audit Hot Spots
How do the upcoming changes in the auditing standards and changes in financial reporting requirements affect our audit approach? What are the key fundamentals that we need reminders on? This session will cover the key areas, from a technical perspective, that auditors need to consider for the 2019 audits.

 

  • Audit of Revenue Under FRS 115 Regime: Overcoming Challenges
Has the audit of revenue under the FRS 115 regime been smooth sailing, or are there complex situations that you are not sure if you have addressed them well? Hear from an industry expert on how to tackle some of these practical challenges.

 

  • Data Analytics in Audit
Use of data analytics in audits in Singapore is gaining traction faster than how international standards are changing. ISCA is hence developing a guidance to provide practical guidance on the use of data analytics in financial statements audits to demonstrate how data analytics is applied in a risk-based audit model and how this gel with the requirements of the auditing standards.

 

  • Panel Discussion: New Frontiers for Tomorrow’s Practice  
In one of the toughest and dynamic economic climates in modern times, the relevance of the role of the audit profession in the financial markets is more important than ever. How do we define the profession’s role and where do we position ourselves to continuously deliver value to businesses and serve the public interest? How would the Practice of Tomorrow look like? Join our panel as they create an ideal future-ready practice.

 

  • New Dimensions of Ethics in the Digital Age
In this digital age, new technologies are raising ethical issues and dilemmas that we have never face before. How does technology affect the ethical responsibility of auditors? What is the influence of technology on our professional judgement? This session will share some of the tech ethical issues that the profession should think about.

*Please note that the programme is tentative and will be updated.

 


Strategic Partner



Closing Date for Registration

1 week before programme or until full enrolment

Intended For

Practitioners and experienced audit professionals

Competency Mapping

Category 2 = 0.50 Hours
Category 3 = 3.50 Hours
Others = 2.00 Hours

Programme Facilitator(s)

To be announced at a later date

Upcoming Schedule

Date & Time

29 Oct 2019 (9:00 AM - 5:30 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 406.60
For Non-Members: $ 487.92

Programme Facilitator(s)

TBC

Venue

1 Bayfront Avenue
Level 3
Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Cassia Ballroom
Singapore 018971