This section provides a library of publications, surveys and other resources we believe may be useful to audit committee members and directors
This section provides a library of publications, surveys and other resources we believe...
Audit Committee Roundtable Highlights 2008
This is the second report by ACI Malaysia, which comprises a compilation of the feedback provided by audit committee members and directors at the roundtable discussion series held in 2008.
Audit Committee Roundtable Highlights 2007
Building a Framework for Effective Audit Committee Oversight This is the first report by ACI Malaysia, which comprises a compilation of the feedback provided by audit committee members and directors at the roundtable discussion series held in 2007.
The Audit Committee Journey 2006 - 2007
Evolving Priorities, Practices and Perspectives - A Global View - International Audit Committee Member Survey
In our annual Audit Committee Institute survey, audit committee members from across the country share their views on key audit committee issuesincluding oversight priorities and practices, overall effectiveness, and opportunities for improvement. Key survey findings are highlighted in this 20-page publication.
The Audit Committee Journey 2005 - 2006
A Global View - International Audit Committee Member Survey
Audit committee members feel they are more exposed to litigation and financial prosecution than any other members of the Board, according to research by the Audit Committee Institute. The research - conducted between November 2005 and January 2006, among 1200 audit committee members in 17 countries including Malaysia - found that this sentiment of heightened exposure is generally high in all countries.
Corporate Trends January 2006
Capital Adequacy and Risk Management Requirements in Islamic Financial InstitutionsIn the January 2006 issue of Corporate Trends, a KPMG in Malaysia newsletter, you will find topics on the Islamic Financial Services Board ("IFSB").
Corporate Trend Mar 2005
An Overview of Computer Crimes in MalaysiaThe March 2005 issue of Corporate Trends provides topics on computer fraud in Malaysia, investigating computer fraud cases, hacking and the governing law on computer crimes.
Corporate Trends Feb 2005
Basel Capital Accord II - Its Developments and Implications for Malaysian BanksThe February 2005 issue of Corporate Trends looks at the issues surrounding the developments of Basel Capital Accord II for Malaysian banks.
Corporate Trends Jan 2005
Islamic Banks - Basel II and Islamic Financial Services Board StandardsThe January 2005 issue of Corporate Trends focuses on Islamic Banks and covers topics such as Basel II and Islamic Financial Services Board Standards, Foundations of the Islamic Financial System and Risk Differentials in Islamic Financial Institutions.
KPMG Audit Committee Guide
This guide sets out to aid the understanding of the critical success factors for an effective audit committee. It is of help both to those who want to gain familiarity with the role of the audit committee and its effective functionality, and to those with an awareness of the importance of valid governance who wish to use it as a practical guide.
Corporate Trends Sept 2004 part 2
Introduction of Value Added Tax - Practical Implementation Issues The September 2004 issue of Corporate Trends looks into the issues surrounding Value Added Tax (VAT) covering areas such as political minefields, inflationary pressure, complexity of the VAT System, crossover issues and impact on the trading patterns of business in Malaysia.
Corporate Trends July 2004
Internal Audits Role in Current Corporate GovernanceThis is the second issue of Corporate Trends (July 2004). Recent events have highlighted the critical role of boards of directors in promoting good corporate governance. In particular, boards are being charged with ultimate responsibility for the adequacy and integrity of their organizations' internal control systems.
Corporate Trends Apr 2004
Internal Control Agenda - The Board FocusThe April 2004 issue of KPMG in Malaysia's newsletter, Corporate Trends, focuses on internal control systems, requirements and its key differences. It also looks at implications for the company board and discusses key action steps.