What is objective of iaasb?
The IAASB’s objective is to serve the public interest by setting high-quality auditing and
assurance standards and by facilitating the convergence of international and national auditing
and assurance standards, thereby enhancing the quality and consistency of practice throughout
the world and strengthening public confidence in the global auditing and assurance profession.
Over 125 countries are using or are in the process of adopting or incorporating International
Standards on Auditing (ISAs), issued by the IAASB, into their national auditing standards or using
them as a basis for preparing national auditing standards. ISAs are intended for use in all audits —
publicly traded companies, private business of all sizes and government entities at all levels. The
European Commission is currently considering a process and timetable for endorsement of ISAs.
Who is the subjective form and whom is the objective, similar to... I is subjective; me is objective. He is subjective; him is objective. They is subjective; them is objective. We is subjective; us is objective. However, the word whom has been falling out of use, and it has been becoming more acceptable to use who in the objective case.
The low power objective is used first for two reasons: First, focusing the low power objective will insure that the other objectives will be at the proper height. Smashing a slide with an objective can damage the objective. Second, you can see a greater area with the low powered objective. This allows you to easily locate an object of interest, center it in frame and then zoom in on it.
(noun) The objective of the game is to kick the ball into the goal net. The army battalion soon reached their objective on the border. (adjective) A mediator must remain objective and not favor either side. An objective view in religious disputes is seldom possible. (noun adjunct) He adjusted the objective lens on his telescope.