The Audit Committee Institute’s 2015 survey of 1,500 audit committee members in 35 countries, revealed key challenges and concerns facing audit committees, boards and their companies.
To help identify the key challenges and concerns facing audit committees, boards, and their companies today, KPMG’s Audit Committee Institute surveyed some 1,500 audit committee members in more than 36 countries.
A range of timely issues were explored including:
As directors help guide their companies forward in the months ahead, our survey findings can serve as an important reference – for benchmarking current practices, identifying gaps and emerging risks, and sparking fresh conversations about how audit committees and boards are strengthening their oversight and keeping pace in an uncertain and, at times, volatile business environment.
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