SAPs establish requirements for matters of relevance in Singapore not covered by the international standards.
All professional accountants in public practice shall consider the applicability of SAPs to their engagements. Where applicable, the requirements of relevant SAPs shall be complied with.
|1||Guidance to Auditors on Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing (previously SAP 19) (Withdrawn on 1 May 2015)1|
|2||Auditors and Public Offering Documents||Download||Jul 2023|
|Auditors and Public Offering Documents||Download||Jul 2022|
|Auditors and Public Offering Documents||Download||Jan 2022|
|3||Audit of Listed Companies||Download||Jul 2023|
|Audit of Listed Companies||Download||Jul 2022|
|Audit of Listed Companies||Download||Dec 2018|
- Members should refer to EP 200, Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism – Requirements and Guidelines for Professional Accountants in Singapore for the relevant requirements and guidelines on AML and CFT.