Helping audit committee members keep up with relevant business issues and to enhance practices and processes.
Helping audit committee members keep up with relevant business issues.
The provision of clear, accurate and relevant financial reporting to the capital markets can positively support a company’s reputation and build market confidence. The role of the audit committee is critical to maintaining and building trust in financial reporting.
Audit committee members typically take on a heavy workload and make decisions on complex and difficult issues. They are the board’s main interface with the external auditors and the destination for important and sensitive internal audit findings.
External advice and peer group interaction can help enhance audit committee performance.
How we can help
KPMG established the Audit Committee Institute (ACI) to help committee members keep up with relevant business issues and generally enhance audit committee practices and processes.
ACI 2015 documents: