The IAASB issued its Exposure Draft (ED) on non-authoritative guidance on extended external reporting (EER) assurance.
EER encapsulates many different forms of reporting including, but not limited to, integrated reporting, sustainability reporting and other reporting by entities about financial and non-financial matters, including environmental, social and governance matters, related to an entity’s activities.
The guidance aims to promote consistent high-quality application of ISAE 3000 (Revised), Assurance Engagements Other than Audits or Reviews of Historical Financial Informationso as to:
- Strengthen the influence of EER assurance engagements on the quality of EER reports;
- Enhance user trust in the resulting assurance reports; and
- Engender greater confidence in the credibility of, trust in and reliance upon EER reports by their intended users.
- Proposed Non-Authoritative Guidance: Extended External Reporting (EER) Assurance
- Supplement A: Credibility and Trust Model and Background and Contextual Information
- Supplement B: Illustrative Examples
ISCA takes a leading role in advocating the views and proposals of the audit community in Singapore. ISCA would hence like to seek views from key stakeholders in Singapore on the above proposals.
ISCA requires all comments to be submitted to email@example.com by 30 June 2020.