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Under the new regulations of the Accounting Act, which will take effect on 1 January 2014, business entities which prepare their consolidated financial statements in accordance with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) may only engage a registered auditor who has IFRS qualification or a registered auditing firm which is authorised to perform audits in accordance with IFRS to perform a statutory audit.

Moreover, the business entity must ensure that the bookkeeping services are supervised and managed and the financial statements or consolidated financial statements are prepared by a person who is registered in the register of certified accountants as a certified accountant with IFRS qualification or is a registered auditor with IFRS qualification.

The legislator's intention is to ensure that the financial statements are prepared and audited by professionals who have a high level of professional competence.

Would you like to become acquainted with the world of IFRS? PwC's Academy has delivered highly successful beginning and advanced IFRS training courses and seminars for many years, which provide you a comprehensive knowledge through practical examples and case studies.