The Accounting Professional & Ethical Standards Board (APESB) was established as an independent body in February 2006, as an initiative of CPA Australia and the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia (Now Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand). CPA Australia, the Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand (CA ANZ) and the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) are the three Members of the APESB.


What's New

APESB issues revised GN 31 - Low Doc Offering Sign-offs

19/02/2020

APESB issues revised GN 30 - Outsourced Services

19/02/2020

Strong auditor independence requirements: a key feature of the revised Code of Ethics

23/01/2020

APESB issues revised GN 21 - Valuation Services for Financial Reporting

14/01/2020

APESB issues revised GN 20 - Scope and Extent of Work for Valuation Services

14/01/2020

Financial Planning Services Consultation Paper released

17/12/2019

APESB issues another submission to the PJC to clarify the mandatory nature of the Code and its prohibitions

02/12/2019

APESB issues guidance on prohibitions and audit partner rotation requirements in Australia

26/11/2019

APESB's submission to the PJC Inquiry on Audit Regulation

30/10/2019


What's New

APESB issues revised GN 31 - Low Doc Offering Sign-offs

19/02/2020

APESB issues revised GN 30 - Outsourced Services

19/02/2020

Strong auditor independence requirements: a key feature of the revised Code of Ethics

23/01/2020

APESB issues revised GN 21 - Valuation Services for Financial Reporting

14/01/2020

APESB issues revised GN 20 - Scope and Extent of Work for Valuation Services

14/01/2020

Financial Planning Services Consultation Paper released

17/12/2019

APESB issues another submission to the PJC to clarify the mandatory nature of the Code and its prohibitions

02/12/2019

APESB issues guidance on prohibitions and audit partner rotation requirements in Australia

26/11/2019

APESB's submission to the PJC Inquiry on Audit Regulation

30/10/2019


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