KPMG Audit professionals in Poland provide assurance services that are designed to help our clients address specific issues.
Assurance services that are designed to help our clients address specific issues.
It is built on the basis of core principles relating to professional integrity, independence and ethical behavior with which all partners and staff must comply. It is enhanced by an established set of supervision, review and consultation standards and technologies and tools that assist teams to access knowledge ― including KPMG’s proprietary computer-assisted audit techniques (Audit Data & Analytics) and Accounting Research Online ― all designed to help teams focus on the issues that impact on audit judgments and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the audit.
KPMG’s skilled and diligent professionals work in collaboration with client executives, board directors, regulators and academics to understand the changing business environment.
Six things for audit committees to keep in mind as they consider and carry out their 2016 agendas.
Corporate boards are deepening their involvement in company strategy and refining their oversight of the critical risks facing the company, according to a recent global survey from KPMG.
The two most powerful influences on financial services have been the regulatory environment and innovation.
For 15 years, KPMG’s Global Audit Committee Institute has been providing audit committees and board members in different countries practical insight, resources and peer exchange opportunities focused on strengthening oversight of financial reporting and audit quality, and the array of challenges facing boards and businesses today.