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Launch of the Audit Committee Forum Position Paper 7

Launch of the Audit Committee Forum Position Paper 7

Audit Committee Guidelines for the Evaluation of Retirement Obligations

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Launch of ACF Position Paper 7

From left to right: Eddy Jolicoeur, CEO at the MIoD; Sheila Ujoodha, Chairperson of the Audit Committee Forum; John Chung, Managing Partner at KPMG in Mauritius; and Bernard Yen, Managing Director at Aon Hewitt Ltd

On Wednesday 31 August 2019, at Hennessy Park Hotel, the Mauritius Institute of Directors (MIoD) and KPMG in Mauritius launched the Audit Committee Forum Position Paper 7, which provides guidelines to audit committees for the evaluation of retirement obligations.

This paper has been prepared to assist in the evaluation of retirement obligations, by providing background information on the complex concepts of retirement obligations while taking into account the local legislations, as well as providing guidance tailored to audit committees so that they are better informed about risks and benefits provided by corporate pension plans.

 

Click here to download your copy of the ACF Position Paper 7.

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