The Future of Audit

The auditing profession is under great scrutiny and has become a subject of much debate and commentary. Important questions are being asked about whether the audit still meets society's expectations - as well as on matters of quality, independence and choice. At PwC, we believe our sector is at a watershed moment – and we’re open to change. As a result, we feel now is the time to start a discussion on the Future of Audit.

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The Future of Audit

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Audit needs to evolve to meet the expectations of wider society.

Kevin Ellis Chairman and Senior Partner

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