This course is designed to give a comprehensive overview of the work of audit committees in light of guidance from the legal and regulatory environment in which they operate.
The establishment of the audit committee
Good practice principles for audit committees
Role and responsibilities of the audit committee
Relationship between the audit committee and other key players in the corporate governance process
Composition and skills of the audit committee
Role of audit committee chair
Review and monitoring activities of the audit committee
The course can serve as both an overview for delegates wishing to get an insight into this important topic, as well as a refresher for those wanting to get a comprehensive update on most recent trends and guidance in the area. Use will be made of the most up to date Financial Reporting Council Guidance on Audit Committees, in addition to reviewing best practice across a range of other areas, including legal and regulatory. Additionally, illustrative case studies will be used to enhance understanding of principles, and their application in practice.
Who should attend?
Members who serve on audit committees, as well as members who
service audit committees in a professional capacity.
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