The Audit Reform adopted by the European Union in April 2014 finally lays down the foundations for a single market for the audit of European companies. It aims to rebuild confidence in the financial statements of European companies, and notably Public Interest Entities (PIEs), by reinforcing governance, auditor competence and audit quality, as well as increasing the independence of the key stakeholders involved in the audit process.
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