Moores Rowland Asia Pacific Audit Working Group Meeting
Moores Rowland Asia Pacific (MRAPAC) is the continuation of what was Moores Rowland International that began in 1985. Focusing on combining global value and best practices with core Asian values, MRAPAC was then formed to produce seasoned yet individually tailored courses of action to best suit the client’s need in the region. On Thursday, June 17 2021, Moores Rowland Asia Pacific conducted a working group meeting with about 28 members from firms across the region.
The meeting opened by Baudouin Coomans, where he introduced the topics for the day, and updating the members on how the pandemic have affected the situation in Indonesia. He looked back on the last meeting of Moores Rowland Asia Pacific back in Hsinchu, Taiwan, October 2019, and wished that the group would soon have an offline meeting if things do get better.
Continued the meeting then Harichandran from Raki CS Tan & Ramanan, Malaysia, where he introduced recent and updated the updates on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in the past year, also pointed out where exactly the group is doing at the moment.
The Group also discussed on how they can maximized cross-working amongst MRAPAC members. Alvin Wan from Moores Rowland (HK) CPA Ltd, Hong Kong and Yee Boon Yip from MRI Moores Rowland LLP, Singapore shared their insights and experiences on how the members can cooperate closely amid the pandemic. A standardized audit software where the practical considerations and possible future implementation throughout MRAPAC for better referrals amongst the members were discussed deeply.
Attended the meeting was also members from APO KPO & Co., CPAs, K & A Business Solutions, Myanmar, Sison Corillo Parone & Co., MMN Syndicate Office Company Limited, Moores Rowland CPAs Taiwan, MR Philippines (Independent), Pangandian Consultancy Services, MMN Syndicate Office Company Limited, and William Buck, Brisbane, Australia.