10 things that audit committees should keep in mind as they consider and carry out their 2015 agendas.
Prioritizing a heavy audit committee workload is never easy, and 2015 will continue to be challenging given the developments in the global risk, regulatory and political environments.
Drawing on insights from recent survey work and interactions with audit committees and business leaders throughout the year, KPMG’s Audit Committee Institute has flagged 10 things - highlighted below and detailed in the full report - that audit committees should keep in mind as they consider and carry out their 2015 agendas.
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