The Audit Committee Institute’s 2015 survey of 1,500 audit committee members in 35 countries, revealed key challenges and concerns facing audit committees, boards and their companies.
KPMG’s Audit Committee Institute surveyed 1,500 audit committee members, including 78 Australian respondents, in 35 countries around the world on a range of timely issues.
Our survey identifies broad international trends and provides detailed country data on audit committee challenges and concerns in different geographies.
This short form (PDF 2.1MB) summarises key highlights from the 2015 survey and compares the Australian perspective with the global view across:
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