Issuers should note that we did not make any changes to the requirements for the level of auditor involvement with issuers’ interim financial reports as part of our IFRS-related rule amendments to NI 51-102. However, if an issuer engages its external auditor to review its first IFRS interim financial report, we remind issuers and their auditors that all financial statements and notes presented are subject to that review. Therefore, for the first IFRS interim financial report this review will have to include, in addition to the current and comparative period results, the opening IFRS statement of financial position and all IFRS 1 First-time Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards reconciliations presented in the notes. To the extent a review of all components of the interim financial report is not completed, the interim financial report will need to be accompanied by a notice indicating that it has not been reviewed by the issuer’s auditor. Issuers should consider the extra time that may be needed by its auditor to review the additional information in the first IFRS interim financial report when coordinating the timing of the review.
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