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EU referendum: Key questions audit committees should ask

EU referendum: Key questions for audit committees

As the EU referendum draws near, many organisations are reflecting on their level of preparedness, and considering the implications that a ‘leave’ vote may have for them.

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Katie Clinton

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EU referendum: Key questions audit committees should ask

As the EU referendum draws near, many organisations are reflecting on their level of preparedness, and considering the implications that a ‘leave’ vote may have for them. 

With recent polls suggesting the result is too close to call, it is vital that organisations use these last few days to prepare and plan for the outcome – whatever that might be.

For Audit Committees, the focus should be on challenging these preparations. It’s not too late. In the event of a vote to leave the EU, those organisations which can mobilise action plans and respond swiftly will be ahead of the game. To facilitate the Audit Committee’s challenge, we have summarised some key questions for Audit Committees to ask.

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