Awan Hammad

    Hi Jason

    Re question 1 yes that is the audit report in relation to internal controls so is the audit report that you require. I note the audit report is in relation to the period ended 30 September 2020 so this needs to be considered.

    I agree it would be easy for fake wrap reports to be prepared by an advisor or by a trustee.

    In respect of the audit evidence required in question 2 given the Melissa Caddick case the wrap reports should come direct from the wrap provider to the auditor to be the best form of audit evidence.



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