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An investigation into the nature and extent of external auditor reliance on the internal audit function of companies listed on the Irish stock exchange
Questions exist regarding the extent to which internal auditors should participate in the external audit. While internal and external auditors occupy distinct roles, some professional bodies increasingly advocate the ...
An investigation into the practice of critical success factors by Irish publicly listed companies in performance management
Overview Globalisation, increased competition and the fact that both strategy and performance must stay abreast of rapidly changing conditions has led to an increase in the use of performance management tools by ...
What is the nature and extent of environmental disclosures by listed companies on the Irish Stock Exchange within the Food and Drinks sector
In April 2008, Terence O’Rourke, Managing Partner of KPMG in Ireland spoke at a presentation on Accounting for Sustainability to the Annual Conference of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland (ICAI) and said ...
An investigation into why companies delist from the main market on the Irish stock market to the Irish enterprise exchange and the impact of regulation
The Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) established a new market in 2005, the Irish Enterprise Exchange (IEX). The main difference between these markets is that less regulations are required under the IEX. One of the objectives ...
An investigation into audit choice for companies listed on the Irish stock exchange
Companies listed on the Irish stock exchange have complicated accounting requirements and procedures compared to the smaller private companies in Ireland. Many smaller audit firms cannot provide this type of work and ...
An examination into the changing role of the chief financial officer in Irish listed companies: a 21st century perspective
The role of the CFO is a hotly debated topic. Multiple articles have been written on the subject. Some have advocated that the CFO is now firmly a strategic partner in organisational life, while others see it as a financial ...