4 minute read 21 Mar. 2022
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2021 EY Canada Transparency Report

By Massimo Marinelli

EY Canada Managing Partner, Assurance

Leading the Canadian audit transformation journey at EY and helping clients navigate the quickly-changing financial and reporting environment.

4 minute read 21 Mar. 2022
Related topics Audit Assurance

At EY Canada, we believe that how we advance audit quality, manage risk and maintain our independence as auditors should be transparent to our stakeholders.

Executing high-quality audits continues to be our top priority, and it’s at the heart of our commitment to serve the public interest. Auditors play a vital role in the functioning of capital markets by promoting transparency and supporting investor confidence.  

We’re focused on investing in audit technology to improve what we do, creating high-performing, diverse and inclusive teams, and building trust and confidence through the audits we perform.

We embrace the transparency objectives of the European Union (EU) Regulation 537/2014, which requires Canadian statutory auditors of public interest entities (PIEs) to publish annual transparency reports.  The EY Canada Transparency Report 2021 complies with the Regulation and covers the fiscal year ended July 2, 2021 as well as more recent relevant events.

This Transparency Report has been condensed and is intended to be read in conjunction with the EY Canada annual audit quality report, which can be found here. EY Canada publishes an audit quality report voluntarily to provide more information about how we manage our Canadian audit practice, support our people and take actions to enhance audit quality in Canada. 

We encourage all our stakeholders — including clients and their investors, audit committee members, and regulators — to continue to engage with us on the matters covered here and in our audit quality report.

Click here to download the 2021 Transparency Report.

Summary

EY Canada 2021 Transparency Report complies with the transparency objectives of European Union (EU) Regulation 537/2014, which requires Canadian statutory auditors of public interest entities (PIEs) to publish annual transparency reports. It covers EY Canada’s fiscal year ended July 2, 2021.

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By Massimo Marinelli

EY Canada Managing Partner, Assurance

Leading the Canadian audit transformation journey at EY and helping clients navigate the quickly-changing financial and reporting environment.