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Key performance indicators: Investor and audit committee views on getting them right

Published on: Nov 29, 2017

Join Richard Talbot (former COO of RBC Capital Markets) and Chris Clark (Audit Committee Chair of Loblaw Companies Limited and Air Canada), as they discuss investor uses and disclosure expectations relating to key performance indicators (KPIs), and what audit committees, with the help of management, can do to ensure reported KPIs are appropriately selected, presented and are meeting stakeholder needs.

You will learn about:

  • what a KPI is
  • how and why investors use KPIs
  • important characteristics of effective KPI reporting
  • important considerations for audit committees and management in assessing policies, internal controls, and appropriateness of disclosures for reporting KPIs
  • CPA Canada's recently published key performance indicator tool

Who should attend?

  • management
  • audit committee members
  • external/internal auditors
  • investors

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