International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB)
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1977 New York NY USA
1977, New York NY (USA), as a Standing Committee within the framework of B-XB5221 - International Federation of Accountants (IFAC). Original title: International Auditing Practices Committee (IAPC). Currently overseen by E-XJ7859 - Public Interest Oversight Board (PIOB).
Set, independently and under its own authority, high quality standards dealing with auditing, review, other assurance, quality control and related services; facilitate the convergence of national and international standards, so as to enhance quality and uniformity of practice throughout the world and strengthen public confidence in financial reporting.
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