3 In its October 1987 report, the National Financial Reporting Commission Fraudulent, also known as the Treadway Commission, stated: “The responsibility for a reliable financial report is primarily at the corporate level. Management, starting with the Director General, sets the tone and sets the financial reporting environment. Therefore, it is necessary to start reducing the risk of fraudulent financial reporting to the reporting company. .06 Two types of false information are relevant for the accounting for fraud by the statutory auditor – false information resulting from fraudulent financial reports and false statements resulting from the misappropriation of assets. 4 Intent is often difficult to determine, particularly with respect to accounting estimates and the application of accounting standards. The statutory auditor should communicate those matters to the audit committee in good time and before the statutory auditor`s report is issued. After extensive discussions, the SBA published in May 1996 a draft of the proposed airlock, Consideration of Fraud in a Financial Statement Audit. Although some mistakenly viewed the ED as a reaction to the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, boards of directors had begun examining fraud long before the law was signed in December 1995. . .