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Kevin Kolliniatis, CPA, looks at the impact the continuous audit could have on the accounting profession, and what this means for businesses, accountants and stakeholders as new technology and ways of working continue to develop.
We’re kicking off season five with Kevin Kolliniatis, CPA, the national technology leader for KPMG in Canada’s audit and assurance practice. Kevin has been instrumental in KPMG’s transition towards continuous auditing. This emerging aspect of accounting can be described as a transformative shift from traditional practices. It’s characterized by a continuous flow of client information that is analyzed, monitored and flagged for exceptions in real time.
Kevin highlights numerous benefits of continuous auditing, including:
Listen in as we unpack the developing concept of continuous auditing.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the guest and do not necessarily reflect those of CPA Canada
Season 4 answers the question, “what keeps you up at night?” from a CPA’s perspective, and explores what it means to be resilient in uncertain times.
Season 3 looks to answer questions like whether sustainability is an added burden or new opportunity, who should be responsible for it and whether the CPA can wait before incorporating sustainability into their practice.
In Season 2, topics include how CPAs can lead the drive to digital transformation, the role the CPA can play in fighting corruption and money laundering, and the roadmap to the modern CFO office.
This event has multiple dates and locations. See event details for more information.
Tune into this two-part webinar to learn about the rapidly evolving sustainability landscape. Hear about recent developments in sustainability reporting and assurance standards and regulatory requirements, and the implications and opportunities for CPAs.
October 17, 2023
If you work for a public sector body in accounting, finance or leadership, this is the event for you. Learn how to successfully navigate the unique challenges facing every level of government.
October 23, 2023
Learn about critical policy issues, legislation updates and other technical trends at Canada’s largest and longest-running indirect tax event. For 2023, we are offering options for in-person and virtual attendance.