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Shaping the future of Audit in Canada

Shaping the future of Audit in Canada

Today’s audit committee members and directors face a wide range of challenges and evolving industry trends. Keeping up with critical issues as they emerge can be difficult.

To help you further strengthen corporate governance, enhance audit committee oversight and add greater value within your organization, KPMG’s featured stories are designed to provide you with the information you need to be successful and remain competitive in the marketplace.

As the market changes and evolves, we continue to work with a number of organizations and associations to lead the discussion and help shape the future of audit in Canada.

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Technology continues to transform the audit

Technology continues to transform the audit

Bank ACs will see big changes in the next few years

Improving audit quality with AQIs

Improving audit quality with AQIs

Using the right audit quality indicators can make all the difference

Meeting the public sector risk management challenge

Monitoring policy and clarifying responsibilities are critical factors

 
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Are your company’s internal controls fit for purpose?

CSA continuous review of controls reveals room for improvement.

 
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An effective internal control system is a priority

Take the right steps to help ensure certification is appropriate.

 
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What is persuasive evidence?

This article covers persuasive evidence as it relates to internal control systems.

 
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Executive Compensation Clawback Rules in Canada

Executive Compensation Clawback Rules in Canada

 
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Raising the bar on responsibility

Ensuring individuals do not avoid prosecution for corporate crime

 
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U.S. legal developments affecting Canada

Overboarding may become a significant issue

 
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Realizing the value of expanded auditor reporting

Audit committees should begin preparing now expanded auditor reporting.

 
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