Auditors' reporting obligations

This section outlines the annual reporting obligations for auditors.

Lodging your annual statement

Registered company auditors and audit companies must lodge an annual statement within one month of the anniversary of their registration.

Use Form 912 to lodge your annual statement:

  • lodge online using the auditors portal, or

  • download as a PDF file a copy of:

Lodging online using the auditors portal

Lodging online is recommended as it is:

  • cheaper

  • quicker

  • more accurate, and

  • allows you to view which documents have been lodged and their current status.

Here's how to apply for a user name and password to lodge online

Individual auditors

Failure to lodge an annual statement is a breach of s1287A of the Corporations Act and we may refer the matter to the Companies Auditors and Liquidators Disciplinary Board (the CALDB). The CALDB has the power to cancel or suspend the registration of an auditor.

Authorised audit companies

Failure to lodge an annual statement is a breach of s1299G of the Corporations Act. ASIC has the power to cancel or suspend the registration of an authorised audit company for failure to comply with provisions of the Corporations Act.

Annual financial reports forms

See also Audit transparency reports.

More about your ongoing obligations as a registered company auditor

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Last updated: 20/10/2014 12:00