The auditing profession is currently under great scrutiny and has become a subject of much debate, with important questions being asked about whether audit is meeting society's expectations. At PwC we’re open to change, and think it's vital to get the views of a wide audience: What is the Future of Audit? We want to hear your views.
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Across the UK, we’re hosting a series of events to hear and discuss different perspectives and ideas on the future of audit. Here’s some of what we heard at our first event in Birmingham.
Audit needs to evolve to meet the expectations of wider society.