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Group auditing: Tiger pride enterprises

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  1. Various factors lead to the conclusion that the audit on Tiger Pride Enterprises constitutes a group audit
  2. The components of the group audits would be divisions and not the business units
  3. There are various other units that pose a significant risk to the financial statements of the group
  4. The purpose of doing a risk assessment

Conventionally, in auditing, a component is a business activity for which the group or component management provides financial information to be included in the financial statements of the group. Group financial statements refer to the combined aggregated financial statements of the components that are under the control of the group. An audit that is conducted on the group's financial statements is called the group audit. In this regard, various factors lead to the conclusion that the audit on Tiger Pride Enterprises constitutes a group audit (Journal of Accountancy, 2015).

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