The ACI was established to serve both audit committee members and all non executive directors to help them to adapt to their changing roles.
The ACI was established to help committee members adapt to their changing roles.
Recognising the increasing importance of governance issues, the Audit Committee Institute Ireland (ACI) has been established to serve both audit committee members and all non executive directors to help them to adapt to their changing roles.
Historically, those charged with governance responsibilities have largely been left on their own to keep pace with rapidly changing information relating to governance, remuneration, audit issues, accounting and financial reporting. Supported by KPMG, the ACI provides knowledge to non-executive directors and a resource to which they can turn at any time for information, or to share knowledge.
Our primary objective is to communication with all senior business people to enhance their awareness and ability to implement effective board processes.
The ACI aims to serve as a useful, informative resource for members in such key areas as: