Australian Accounting Standards Board
KPMG established the Audit Committee Institute (ACI) to help audit committee members keep pace with business issues relating to governance, audit, accounting and financial reporting. Since its inception in 1999, KPMG member firms have launched ACIs in 20 countries.
Audit Difference Posting Threshold
Australian Financial Services Licence
Auditing Guidance Statement
Australian International Financial Reporting Statements
Advanced measurement approach
Audit Quarterly Review Board
Audit Regulatory Compliance
Australian Reporting Manual
Australian Standards on Auditing
Australian Standards on Assurance Engagements
Australian Securities & Investment Commission
Australian Standards On Review Engagements
Australian Securities Exchange
Services designed to help clients address specific issues which may relate to major regulatory or reporting changes or to the need for special skills on accounting matters.
Brazil, Russia, India and China
A course of study assessed by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in order to gain entry as a member of the ICAA and become a CA.
Computer Assisted Audit Technique
Capital Adequacy Standard
Client & Engagement Acceptance & Continuance. KPMG’s International Executive Team has approved CEAC as the global process for evaluating prospective and existing clients and engagements across all functions within KPMG.
Central and Eastern Europe
Certified Information Systems Auditor. (relates to ISACA body)
Certified Information Security Manager (relates to the ISACA body)
Certification for Information Systems Security Professional
Consumer Markets one of the recognised KPMG Lines of Business.
Committee of Sponsoring Organisations - published Internal Control - Integrated Framework (COSO framework identifies three primary objectives of internal control - efficiency and effectiveness of operations, financial reporting and compliance with laws and regulations.