Appropriate audit evidence for market valuations for SMSFs

Appropriate audit evidence for market valuations for SMSFs
With an increased focus on market valuations in SMSFs, what is considered appropriate and sufficient audit evidence has become the topic of recent discussion.

This webinar will discuss what evidence can be provided by trustees to satisfy the auditor's requirements. Points to be discussed will include:

  • Auditor responsibilities
  • Tips for gathering evidence for the auditor
  • What evidence can be provided when there is no active market for the assets, e.g. unlisted entities
  • What evidence can be provided when the fund has loaned monies to an unrelated party
  • What evidence can be provided for direct property holding
  • What evidence can be provided for entities involved in property developments

CPD hours: 0.8
Price: free for members | $99 for non-members


 

Presented by: Sharif Eldebs

           

            
Sharif became involved with the SMSF industry since 1996 and has been auditing funds since 2005. Throughout his career, he has developed a deep understanding of the SIS legislation and has worked on some very complicated issues, obtaining the most optimal outcome for his clients. Considered a technical expert in the field of Superannuation Audit, Sharif is a published author and has assisted ASIC in writing their SMSF Audit examination. He was also a member of the Project Advisory Group for GS009: Auditing Self-Managed Superannuation Funds.
 
 
 
When
5/09/2019 11:00 AM - 5/09/2019 11:45 AM
Where
Online, Australia

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