Necessity of transactions with related parties, Auditing

Necessity of Transactions with Related Parties

Transactions along with related parties are essential for several reasons:

(a) Several financial scandals including related parties frequently show in the headlines;

(b) A fair and important view of the entity's conditions may not be specified unless full disclosure is made;

(c) Statutory utilization must be compiled along with e.g. loans for directors.

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