Companies Commission should explain its stand

  • Business Premium
  • Saturday, 12 Aug 2017

Although the criteria for audit exemptions have been finalised, the debate may go on

WHAT will change when potentially tens of thousands of small companies in Malaysia are no longer required by law to appoint auditors? Will these companies benefit from not having to bother with annual audits of their financial statements? Will others find it riskier if they have to rely on the companies’ unaudited accounts? And how will audit firms deal with the drop in revenue?

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Next In Business News

Telekom, Vodafone, others want U.S. tech giants to help fund network costs Premium
Fashion world grieves after death of Louis Vuitton's Virgil Abloh Premium
Australia's reopening plans in doubt after Omicron cases Premium
Opec postponses technical meetings to evaluate Omicron impact Premium
Trade and investment the key Premium
Blackstone among key holdouts snubbing new club in finance Premium
MMS to raise production by 50% next year Premium
The Week Ahead - Trade figures, OMI data, GDP reports Premium
US jobs report expected to show another strong increase Premium
Wall St week ahead: Covid-19 fears reappear as a threat to market Premium

Others Also Read