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FAR Online Conference 22 June 2020 - summary and videos

FAR Online Conference 22 June 2020 - summary and videos

29 Jun, 2020

The yearly International FAR Conference was held on Monday June 22. Given the unprecedented circumstances, the event took place in an online, Corona-proof setting. Still nearly 200 participants from all over the world registered for this virtual meeting. About 50 percent were academics and the other 50 percent consisted of, for example, practitioners, regulators and government officials. The theme of the conference was purposefully broad: ‘academic and practitioner insights on audit quality’. This theme seamlessly fits with FAR’s main purpose: facilitating knowledge development and knowledge dissemination concerning audit quality.

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Open for registration: Online FAR Conference on 22 June 2020

Open for registration: Online FAR Conference on 22 June 2020

24 Apr, 2020

As communicated to you earlier, we have decided to postpone the 5th FAR conference until June 2021. However, we are proud to announce that we will be hosting an interesting online and interactive session in the afternoon (1:00 - 5:30 pm CET) of Monday the 22nd of June 2020.

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4th International FAR Conference: The "human factor" plays a key role in audit quality

4th International FAR Conference: The "human factor" plays a key role in audit quality

21 Jun, 2019

The "human factor" plays a key role in audit quality. Breukelen, 14 June 2019 - The "ecosystem" of the entire financial reporting and assurance supply chain, in which an auditor has a role, largely determines the quality of the audit.

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Special FAR International Conference issue of MAB

Special FAR International Conference issue of MAB

16 Nov, 2018

The 3rd International Conference of the Foundation for Auditing Research took place in June 2018 at Nyenrode Business University.

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FAR 2018 International Conference Summary

FAR 2018 International Conference Summary

15 Nov, 2018

Auditors must do a better job, but clients and other players in the audit profession will also have to fulfil their responsibility in order to enhance audit quality.

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