It goes to the heart of auditor rotation… We only have a handful of big auditing firms…— Stephen Kennedy-Good, Norton Rose Fulbright
The Companies Amendment Bill proposes that the auditors’ five-year period at companies be reduced to two years.
This provision is designed to ensure that an auditor remains independent of the company she or he audits.
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