Republic of Ireland - Under Supervision
The IAASA Bill was published in February this year with the aim of improving corporate governance standards in Ireland. But, says Stephen Hegarthy, several aspects need to be examined
Ireland’s efforts to improve its regulatory environment continue with accountants coming under the spotlight with the Companies (Auditing and Accounting) Bill, 2003 (IAASA Bill). Published in February of this year. The Bill was expected to have become law by now. But although it passed its first stage before the summer holidays, progress has since been slow. This month it was referred to the Select Committee on Enterprise and Small Business. To some extent this delay is a good thing because there are several aspects of the IAASA Bill that are unnecessarily burdensome, aspects that could benefit from amendments.
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