The main objectives of audit engagement letter are as follows after that a list of engagement letter to whom sent are given.
Audit Engagement Letter in DMCC
- It defines clearly the extent of auditor’s responsibilities and to minimize the possibility of any misunderstanding between the client and the auditor.
- It provides written confirmation of the auditor’s acceptance of his appointment the scope of audit and form of his report.
- Client becomes aware of the statutory responsibilities of the directors which in no way are diminished by the appointment of an auditor.
- Management is informed that the audit tests would be based upon results of erahntian of internal control.
- Client is explained the statutory requirements of the company’s ordinance and the matters to be report are satisfied by law; the auditor would be free to report on the matter in respect of which he is not satisfied.
- Client become informed about the other professional services that the auditor can provide.
- Client is briefed that the discovery of fraud in not the main aim of the audit.
- Scope of special or additional work is also determined.
- Basis of computation of frees are brought to the knowledge of client.
Engagement letter to whom sent
It should be sent to the following:
- For new clients after appointed auditor: Engagement letter should be sent to all new clients soon after the appointment as auditor and, in any event, before the commencement of the first audit engagement.
- For existing clients, to whom no previously sent: Engagement letter may also be sent to existing clients, to whom no such letter has previously sent, as soon as suitable opportunity occurs.
- If change in the nature and scope of assignment: When there is a change in the nature-and scope of assignment or there is a change in job specification, management, size and line, of business, data processing method, the communication of such letter assumes greater importance.
- If same auditor for both parent and subsidiary company: When an auditor of a parent company is also the auditor of its subsidiaries a separate engagement letter should be sent to each company audited by him.
- If there are joint auditors: When there are joint auditors, engagement letter in similar terms be sent by each auditor when no joint letter is sent.
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