Press release

16 December 2004

FEE Position on Audit Directive

 

December 2004

FEE has published its position paper on the proposal to revise the audit Directive (also known as the Eighth Directive). The European accountancy profession is concerned that the current draft of the proposal misses some opportunities to enhance audit quality.

To access the position paper, please click here.

 

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