- 1A person who conducts an audit: the company is required to appoint auditors at each general meeting external auditors report on the financial statementsMore example sentences
- The decision to appoint an external auditor for the bank is the mandate of the board of governors, a body superior to the board of directors.
- More than ever, external auditors will be conducting their examinations with an extra dose of professional scepticism.
- The Companies (Auditing and Accounting) Bill would require more exacting scrutiny by auditors and accountants.
- 2A listener: so low was Deems’s voice that his auditors had to give it close attentionMore example sentences
- I sat in my auditor's seat listening to her.
- It buys you a moment to get used to being on stage, it gives you a chance to speak out loud and to steady your voice and it establishes a relationship with the auditors.
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- The principal question for determination by the learned trial judge was whether the inquiry by representatives of Revenue Canada was auditorial or investigatory in nature.
- To render speedy audit services to the City Government under the auditorial jurisdiction of this office.
- However, the specific divisions must compulsorily be present in the auditorial report.
Middle English: from Old French auditeur, from Latin auditor, from audire 'to hear'.