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Assignment Questions – (Spring - 2012 Session) Risk Management & Audit Stage – 5
1. A student who takes admission in Correspondence Course shall be required to complete all assignments of his respective subjects within the same academic session. If he/she fails to complete 100% assignments within that session, he/she shall be required to re-enrol himself/herself in the next session after making payment of 100% correspondence course fee. Each assignment is allocated a total of 100 marks. 100% assignments of all subjects must be submitted in the session in which the examination is to be taken. The last date for submission of 100% assignments is July 10, 2012 for Spring 2012 Examination. Those students who are not appearing in the particular examination may, however, submit the assignments latest by July 31, 2012. You are required to pay Annual Subscription of Rs.1,100/- during July – December each year to avoid payment of Restoration Fee of Rs.1500/-. Examination Fee is payable from June 11 to 25, 2012 [with normal fee] and June 26 to 30, 2012 [with 100% late fee] for Spring-2012 Examination. Examination forms can be collected from any ICMAP Centre or website: www.icmap.com.pk. Assignments would not be acceptable after due date.
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7. The student must obtain 50% marks in each assignment and if he fails to obtain the said percentage of marks, he/she has to re-write and resubmit the assignment within one week, otherwise he/she will not be eligible to appear in the examination. Correspondence course students will be required to appear in two (2) online tests for each subject and the student who secure aggregate 50% marks in tests will be eligible to appear in the final examination."
Explain Briefly? (15) (b) As companies are adopting to new technologies like SAP and Oracle or ERP is there risk attitude changing? ASSIGNMENT .1 (a) Define CoCo Model ? (b) Is CoCo model similar to COSO model.1 Q. Describe the information you should expect to obtain from each document. Specs4You Co sells spectacles. the company owns 42 stores where customers can have their eyes tested and choose from a range of frames.ASSIGNMENT . 4 (a) What documents would a set of standardized audit working paper include? (b) You have recently been promoted to audit manager in the audit firm of Trums & Co. you have been placed in charge of the audit of Specs4You Co. (15) (b) Give some examples how do the business risks relate to financial risks? Q. 1 (a) What is risk analysis? (05) (20) (10) (15) (15) (b) Briefly analyse is it better to be risk averse then risk taker. Required: List the documentation that should be of assistance to you in familiarising yourself with Specs4You Co. 1 (a) Define the term audit? Explain why external audit and internal audit is important in today’s business environment? (b) Differentiate between financial audit and compliance audit? Q. a long established audit client of Trums & Co.3 Q. As part of your new responsibilities. 4 (a) It is observed that our public sector culture is slow to respond to changes and best practices. Managerial and Strategic? Q. Enumerate some significant risks associated with above scenario and how the company may minimize the impact and likelihood of such risks. 3 (a) Discuss ways to mitigate risk but business should get a reasonable return? (b) Recommend ways how business can overcome problem of risk and return highlight the importance of internal control? (10) Q. its consequences and impact on organisations? (b) It is argued in cricket that it is better to save a run then to make a run Define above statement in the context of running business and taking risk into consideration? Q. 2 (a) Define Strategic Risk Assessment Process? Q. 2 Define the term Internal Audit? Discuss factors that could have a bearing on validity and quality of an internal audit? (15) (10) (25) (15) (10) (07) (10) (10) (15) Q. 1 (a) List ten questions that could assist in judging the effectiveness of an internal audit? (05) . 3 (a) Your client is engaged in developing software for sale and for own use which will take substantial time for development.4 Q. 2 (a) Define three type of Risk Operational.2 Q . if it true then it has an impact of business risk or processes . measure and prioritize risk? (05) (20) (10) (15) (10) Q. 3 (a) What should an audit plan be comprised of? Discuss (b) Describe three test techniques applied in auditing? Q. distinguish between the two model? (b) State why is it vital to identify. (18) ASSIGNMENT . 4 (a) What are responsibility of Board of Directors for risk management? (b) Describe responsibility of audit committee relating to risk management. ASSIGNMENT .
(b) MonteHodge Co has a sales income of Rs. with one member being the chairman and chief executive officer. One stage involves understanding the business and risk assessment. The client has been satisfied with the services provided. the directors tending to trust staff and being more concerned with making profits than implementing detailed controls. taxation and management consultancy advice during this time. an annual audit is required by statute and additional regulation of the financial services sector is expected in the near future.5 Q. Most employees are provided with on-line. You are aware that Allyson Grace. real-time computer systems. Grace.200 people in 15 different locations. Required List six matters that should be documented during audit planning. being salaries. has recently been appointed the financial director at Ancients. This stage is sometimes known as the interim audit. although the taxation fee for the period to 31 December 20X5 remains unpaid. and are now one of your firm's most important clients. Allyson has suggested taking all of the audit staff out to an expensive restaurant prior to the start of the audit work for this year. Another stage involves further tests of controls and substantive procedures and audit finalization procedures. Required: Identify and explain the risks to independence arising in carrying out your audit of Ancients for the year ending 30 June 20X6. 2 (a) Differentiate between inherent risk and residual risk? (b) Explain the meaning of audit risk in the context of the audit risk model. (20) (10) (15) (10) Q. and suggest ways of mitigating each of the risks you identify. lighting and heating. Jones. a firm of Chartered Certified Accountants. a public limited liability company. 4 (a) Distinguish between fraud and error? (b) Briefly explain in the context of ISA Auditors responsibility to consider fraud in an audit of financial statement? ASSIGNMENT . Expenditure is mainly fixed. to maintaining cashbooks and cash forecasting in small to medium-sized companies. (15) (10) . an audit partner and Mr. Grace. Accounting systems record income. However. although has many years experience in preparing financial statements. Four of the shareholders are board members. the daughter of Mr. 1 (a) Explain Risk Assessment Procedure for audit in the light of ISA 315? (b) The external audit process for the audit of large entities generally involves two or more recognizable stages. testing of controls and a limited amount of substantive procedures. 3 (a) Define the term Material misstatement? And how this term can arise in financial statement? (b) ISA 315 Identifying and assessing the risks of material misstatement through understanding the entity and its environment sets out matters that should be documented during the planning stage of an audit. office rent. Ancients have grown rapidly over the past few years. 2 (a) Define Engagement Letter and what does ISA 210 suggest about engagement letter? (b) You are an audit manager in McKay & Co.253 million and employs 1. Ancients has been an audit client for eight years and McKay & Co has provided audit. You are preparing the engagement letter for the audit of Ancients. who belong to the same family. Audit personnel available for this year's audit are most of the staff from last year. Grace has been the audit partner since Ancients became an audit client. Required: Describe and explain the main audit procedures and processes that take place during the interim and final audit of a large entity. The company is owned by six shareholders. This stage is sometimes known as the final audit. Required Discuss the reasons for and against having an internal audit department in Monte Hodge Co. an audit senior. including Mr. etc. Internal control systems are limited. MonteHodge Co provides various financial services from pension and investment advice to individuals. determining the response to assessed risk. which present financial and stock market information to enable the employees to provide up-to-date advice to their clients. for the year ending 30 June 20X6. To celebrate her new appointment. Q. (15) (10) (15) Q. (10) (20) Q. it is not listed on any stock-exchange and the shareholders have no intention of applying for a listing. Mr. which is based on fees generated from investment advice. The financial accountant is not qualified.
3 Your firm has been the auditor of Bridgford Products. a limited liability company which manufactures and sells small cuddly toys by mail order. The engagement partner has asked you to describe the matters you would consider when planning the audit for the year ended 31 January 20X9. Mr Kyto authorises important transactions such as wages and large orders. Assume sales and profits accrue evenly throughout the year.5. Customers pay using credit cards and occasionally by sending cash.1 months.6 to 4. .2 million.110 million and profit before tax of Rs. Describe the reasons why it is important that auditors should plan their audit work. 2 (a) Computer-Assisted Audit Techniques (CAATs) are used to assist an auditor in the collection of audit evidence from computerised systems. (15) (b) (c) (d) (e) Required (a) (b) Q. As the inventory control system records inventory movements and current inventory quantities.Describe one example for the audit of Bears World. The financial director and purchasing manager were dismissed on 15 August. Due to other business commitments Mr Kyto only visits the office once per week.6 (10) (10) Q. Turnover is over Rs. the company is proposing: (i) To use the inventory quantities on the computer to value the inventory at the year-end (ii) Not to carry out an inventory count at the year-end You are aware there have been reliability problems with the company's products.Q. At any time. and customers refusing to pay for the products. and the other assistant receives customer orders and despatches cuddly toys. auditor of Limited Company is appointed? (b) State the section of Companies Ordinance 1984 under which power & duties of Auditor of company is laid down? (10) (10) Q. In the year ended 31 January 20X8 Bridgford Products had sales of Rs. You are planning the audit of BearsWorld and are considering using some of the procedures for gathering audit evidence recommended by ISA 500 as follows: (i) Analytical Procedures (ii) Inquiry (iii) Inspection (iv) Observation (v) Recalculation Required (a) For EACH of the above procedures: (i). 4 You are the auditor of BearsWorld. (a) The management accounts for the 10 months to 30 November 20X8 show revenue of Rs. (10) Describe the matters you will consider in planning the audit and the further action you will take concerning the information you obtained during your recent visit to the company. The sales increase in the 10 months to 30 November 20X8 over the previous year has been achieved by attracting new customers and by offering extended credit. The company installed a new computerised inventory control system which has operated from 1 June 20X8. trade receivables age has increased from 1. a listed company. All sales are made cash with order – there are no receivables. rather than the one month credit period allowed previously. The new credit arrangements allow customers three months credit before their debt becomes overdue. The company is managed by Mr Kyto and two assistants. for a number of years. The chief accountant will be responsible for preparing the financial statements for audit. about 100 different types of cuddly toys are available for sale. During a recent visit to the company you obtained the following information.Explain its use in gathering audit evidence. 4 million. 1 (a) State under which section of Companies Ordinance 1984. one assistant maintains the payables ledger and orders inventory and pays suppliers.130 million and profit before tax of Rs. (ii). As a result of this change. A replacement purchasing manager has been appointed but it is not expected that a new financial director will be appointed before the year end of 31 January 20X9. which have resulted in legal claims being brought against the company by customers. ASSIGNMENT . 8 million.
You are the audit manager working for the external auditors of Porthos. a limited liability company. (04) ii.Required List and briefly explain four advantages of CAATs. is a reseller of sports equipment. It is located in a country which has very little rainfall – the park is open-air so poor weather such as rain results in a significant fall in the number of customers for that day (normally by 50%). The cash is then counted by two accounts clerks and banked on a daily basis. This information is transferred electronically to the accounts office. squash and badminton. explaining the reason for each test. customer address and credit card information prior to orders being verified and goods being despatched. Most orders are for one or two racquets only. The park is open all year and has been in operation for the last seven years. specialising in racquet sports such as tennis. List the audit tests that you can program into your audit software for the sales and inventory system in Porthos. i. The ordering/sales software automatically verifies the order details.3 (a) In the context of ISA 530 Audit Sampling. List and briefly explain some of the difficulties of using audit software. Required (i) List the test data you will use in your audit of the financial statements of Porthos to confirm the completeness and accuracy of input into the sales system. Each ticket has a number comprising of two elements – two digits relating to the ticket office followed by six digits to identify the ticket. 4 When payment is received from the credit card companies. 2 Cash is collected regularly from each ticket office by two security guards. Briefly explain how sampling and non-sampling risk can be controlled by the audit firm. (10) (b) List and explain the audit tests to be performed on income and expenditure from fund raising events. (10) (b) Porthos. Tickets are pre-printed and stored in each ticket office. B-Star is now very successful. Adults and children are charged the same price for admission to the park. 3 Credit card sales are recorded for each credit card company in a receivables ledger. less the commission payable to those companies. 3 The total cash from each ticket office is agreed to the sales information that has been transferred from each office. Customers place their orders directly on the Internet site. Tickets are only valid on the day of purchase. Ticket sales Customers purchase tickets to enter the theme park from ticket offices located outside the park. You have decided to use test data to check the input of details into the sales system. explain and provide examples of the terms 'sampling risk' and 'non-sampling' risk. (10) (ii) You are also considering using audit software as part of your substantive testing of the data files in the sales and inventory systems of Porthos Ltd. The company has over 150 different types of racquets available in inventory. Customers pay a fixed fee to enter the park. 4 Total cash received is then recorded in the cash book. This will involve entering dummy orders into the Porthos system from an online terminal.4 B-Star is a theme park based on a popular series of children's books. (15) Q. Cash sales 1 All ticket sales are recorded on a computer showing the amount of each sale and the number of tickets issued. Tickets are purchased using either cash or credit cards. playing on slides and purchasing themed souvenirs from gift shops. customer numbers are increasing at approximately 15% each year. where they can participate in a variety of activities such as riding roller-coasters. and then the general ledger Credit card sales 1 Payments by credit cards are authorized online as the customers purchase their tickets. The last six digits are in ascending sequential order. clearly explaining the reason for each item of data. and you have just started planning the audit of the sales system of the company. During the last seven years there have been on average 30 days each year with rain. (06) Q. the accounts clerks agree the total sales values to the amounts received from the credit card companies. each identified via a unique product code. The company purchases equipment from a variety of different suppliers and then resells this using the Internet as the only selling media. The integrity of the ordering system is checked regularly by ArcherWeb. an independent Internet service company. 2 Computers in each ticket office record the sales information which is transferred electronically to the accounts office. The .
1 There are a number of key procedures which auditors should perform if they wish to rely on internal controls and reduce the level of substantive testing they perform. (15) 2. (15) Westra Co assembles mobile telephones in a large factory. Staff in the ordering department use this list to place orders with authorised suppliers.You are now commencing the planning of the annual audit of B-Star. Orders are sent using electronic data interchange (EDI) and confirmed by each supplier using the same system. Required: Briefly explain each of the procedures listed above. Required: Explain the impact that the internal control environment at Cliff is likely to have on your audit approach. There is no integrated inventory control. 3 (a) Briefly explain why cut-off is an important issue in the audit of inventory. identify the risks that could affect the assertion of completeness of sales and cash receipts. Q. and canned and dry food.000 to 50.Discuss the extent to which tests of controls and substantive procedures could be used to confirm the assertion of completeness of income in B-Star. (iii) Audit sampling. also in the accounts department (iv) A computerised payables ledger maintained in the accounts department (purchased off-the-shelf and used with no program amendments) Mobile telephones are assembled in batches of 10. 4 Like many companies. to the ordering department. sales or purchasing system and no regular system for inventory counting. 2 (a) Compare the responsibilities of the external and internal auditors to detect fraud. These include: (i) Documentation of accounting systems and (ii) internal control. (v) Dealing with deviations from the application of control activities. Q. Management accounts are produced twice a year. Trade at the supermarkets has increased in recent years and the number of supermarkets has increased. Each supermarket has a stand-alone computer system on which monthly accounts are prepared. receivables ledger is updated with the payments received. all of which is done locally. The list of parts and orders are retained on the computer in an (vi) A computerised nominal ledger which is updated by the payables ledger . describe the audit work that auditors would carry out to satisfy themselves that inventory was fairly stated. Westra's accounting systems are partly manual and partly computerized. (iii) Walk-through tests. In overview the systems include: (i) Design software (ii) A computerised database of suppliers (bespoke system written in-house at Westra) (iii) A manual system for recording goods inwards and transferring information to the accounts department (v) Online payment to suppliers. the quality of staff that has been recruited has fallen. Each telephone contains up to 100 different parts. a private company that runs a chain of small supermarkets selling fresh and frozen food. electronically. (25) (10) (b) Your firm has recently been appointed as auditor to Cliff. Senior management at Cliff are now prepared to invest in more up-to-date systems. Pricing is generally performed on a cost-plus basis. (15) (10) Q.000 telephones.7 Q. When a batch is scheduled for production. The date is 3 June 20X9 and B-Star's year-end is 30 June 20X9. with each part being obtained from one of 50 authorized suppliers. a list of parts is produced by the design software and sent. Required: 1. sales and control of inventory. Cliff has very few controls over inventory because the company trusts local managers to make good decisions regarding the purchase.For the cash sales system of B-Star. Orders can only be sent to suppliers on the suppliers' database. (iv) Testing internal controls. However. (10) ASSIGNMENT . (b) Where a company uses a perpetual inventory counting system. These accounts are mailed to head office every quarter.
Required: List the audit procedures that can be used prior to the auditors' report being signed to identify events that may require adjustment or disclosure in the financial statements. where they are stamped with a unique ascending number. 22 September 20X5 Audit work completed and auditors' report signed. audit objectives and substantive audit procedures. the payables ledger automatically generates a computerised list of payments to be made. 1(a) (b) Q. (10) (15) Q.2 (a) (b) Q. Invoice details are matched to the GRN. Invoices are then retained in a temporary file in number order while awaiting payment. explain the purpose of that procedure. and then forwards the electronic payments list to the accounts assistant. signs each invoice to indicate approval for payment. a limited liability company which extracts. Required List the audit procedures you should perform on the trade payables balance in Westra Co's financial statements. A hand-written pre-numbered goods received note (GRN) is raised in the goods inwards department showing details of the goods received with a cross-reference to the date of the order. After 30 days. For each procedure.3 Q4 (a) State and explain the meaning of assertions that relate to the direct confirmation of receivables. 1 November 20X5 Accidental release of toxic chemicals into the sea from the company's oil refinery resulting in severe damage (b) . Invoices are sent to the accounts department. 21 September 20X5 Financial statements approved by directors.2 (a) ISA 560 Subsequent Events explains the audit work required in connection with subsequent events.1 (a) (b) Explain each of the five fundamental principles of ICMAP's Code of Ethics and Conduct. Discuss which particular categories of receivables might be chosen for the sample. Parts are delivered to the goods inwards department at Westra. in other words many control errors were found. (10) Describe the procedures up to dispatch of letters to individual receivables in relation to a direct confirmation of receivables. Required: List six items that could be included in a representation letter. The audit of OilRakers for the year ended 30 June 20X5 had the following events: Date Event 15 August 20X5 Bankruptcy of major customer representing 11% of the trade receivables on the statement of financial position. which is sent electronically to the chief accountant. Required: Explain the actions that an auditor should carry out to try and ascertain whether an entity is a going concern. Required: Explain the actions that the auditor may now take in response to this problem. (25) ISA 580 Written Representations provides guidance on the use of written representations as audit evidence. (10) After performing tests of controls. (15) ASSIGNMENT . the auditor is of the opinion that audit evidence is not sufficient to support the audit opinion. The chief accountant compares this list to the invoices. The assistant uses online banking to pay the suppliers. Paper invoices are sent by all suppliers following dispatch of goods. which is kept in date sequence. The orders placed file is updated with the GRN number to show that the parts have been received. Invoice details are then entered into the computerised payables ledger. List and explain factors that will influence the auditor's judgment regarding the sufficiency of the evidence obtained. (25) ASSIGNMENT . (10) (15) Develop audit work programs in respect of dividend to shareholders stating therein the related assertions. All deliveries are checked against the orders placed file before being accepted. ISA 570 Going Concern provides guidance to auditors in respect of ensuring that an entity can continue as a going concern.9 (b) Q. The electronic payments list is filed in month order on the computer. The top copy of the GRN is sent to the accounts department and the second copy retained in the goods inwards department.'orders placed' file. which is then attached to the invoice.8 Q. (10) You are the auditor of OilRakers. The invoice is signed by the accounts clerk to confirm entry into the payables ledger. refines and sells oil and petroleum related products. (15) State the aim of a test of control and the aim of a substantive procedure.
and 30 November 20X5. (15) Q.We have also evaluated the overall adequacy of the presentation of information in the company's annual report.to the environment. (12) Your firm is the newly appointed external auditor to a large company that sells. Management had amended and made adequate disclosure of the event in the financial statements.3 Q. maintains and leases office equipment and furniture to its customers. (15) ASSIGNMENT . 1(a) ISA 705 Modifications to the opinion in the independent auditor’s report sets out the different types of modified opinions.. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain as much audit evidence as possible in the time available about the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. your answer should describe the circumstances in which they can be issued. 1 November 20X5. scope of work and reporting responsibilities. Required: State three ways in which an auditor's opinion may be modified and briefly explain each modification. Those standards require that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit so that we can confirm the financial statements are free from material misstatement. The internal auditors provide the following services to the company: (i) A cyclical audit of the operation of internal controls in the company's major functions (operations. The company wants you to rely on some of the work already performed by internal audit. 30 November 20X5 A fire at one of the company's oil wells completely destroys the well. 4 What are the situations in which written representation from the management is mandatory? In respect of the going concern concept: (i) Define 'going concern' and state two situations in which it should NOT be applied in the preparation of financial statements. Required: List the main elements of the external audit report. The directors however are wholly responsible for the accuracy of the financial statements and no liability for errors can be accepted by the auditor. (25) (15) (b) (10) Q. giving reasons for your decision. 23 November 20X5 Financial statements issued to members of OilRakers. Drilling a new well will take ten months with a consequent loss in oil production during this time Required: For each of the following three dates: – – – 15 August 20X5. .. customer support and information services). You are not required to redraft the report. 2(a) (b) Describe the possible audit reports that can be issued where the going concern status of a company is called into question. (Note. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of all accounting estimates made by management as well as evaluating the presentation of the financial statements…. (12) Extracts from the draft audit report produced by an audit junior are given below: ‘We have audited the accompanying financial statements of Hood Enterprises Limited which comprise…….) (13) Q. You have been asked to co-operate with internal audit to keep audit costs down. (10) (ii) Explain the directors' responsibilities and the auditors' responsibilities regarding financial statements prepared on the going concern principle.' Auditor’s Responsibility We conducted our audit in accordance with Auditing Standards..3 (a) (b) Briefly explain the main differences between internal and external auditors in respect of objectives. State whether the events occurring on those dates are adjusting or non-adjusting according to IAS 10 Events after the reporting period. ISA 700 Forming an opinion and reporting on financial statements explains the form and content of external audit reports. finance.’ Required: Identify and explain the errors in the above extract.10 Q.
(15) What should be included in Cost auditor’s report.4 (a) (b) Define cost Audit? Explain briefly the objectives of cost audit? Distinguish between the functions of Financial Auditor and Cost Auditor? (05) (15) (25) State legal position of cost auditor.2 (a) (b) Q.(ii) A review of the structure of internal controls in each major function every four years.4 (a) (b) (c) (13) What should an internal auditor expect to report to the audit committee of the board? (07) Briefly explain the function of an audit committee.3 Q. During the current year. (iii) An annual review of the effectiveness of measures put in place by management to minimize the major risks facing the company. consider Section 258 /230 of companies ordinance 1984? (15) Clause (e) of sub section (1) of Section 230. State the procedure? ASSIGNMENT – 12 (15) (15) Q. Required: Explain the extent to which your firm will seek to rely on the work of the internal auditors in each of the areas noted above. Q. and in the related post-implementation review.3 (a) (b) Q. (08) State fundamental principles as laid down by the International Federation of Accountant of Ethics for Professional Accountants Part A?(10) ASSIGNMENT – 11 Q. take section 230 into consideration? (10) ===============XXXX================== . the company has gone through a major internal restructuring in its information services function and the internal auditors have been closely involved in the preparation of plans for restructuring.1 Q. WIP and Finished Goods. Define this section? What does this section States about Legal Provision regarding keeping of books of cost accounts? (10) In Planning Audit Programme what factors auditors should keep in view and why? State briefly? How can cost auditor verify and track Inventory in Material.2 Q.1(a) (b) Q.4 (a) (b) Define cost audit procedures for Sugar Industry? Briefly describe main duties of cost auditors while doing audit of labor cost? Briefly explain main duties of cost audit while doing audit of overheads cost? (25) (12) (13) Why should cost auditor assess the production capacity? Explain and what point need to be considered when assessing production capacity in respect of material labor and overheads? (25) Last Phase of Cost Audit is reporting after completion of work? Describe in detail the points to be considered in drafting audit report.
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