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CAM discussions may drive new corporate disclosures

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Jun 18, 2018

On June 18, 2018, Compliance Week released an article on how audit committees may soon face pressure to increase certain areas of corporate disclosure to get ahead of “critical audit matter” disclosures that will begin appearing in audit reports in 2019.

The article describes how the CAM dialogue is inspiring audit committees to think hard even about their own disclosures. Audit committees do not want to see auditors disclosing information about the company that the company itself has not already disclosed. That concern emerged among auditors during the public dialogue and debate as the PCAOB developed the new auditor’s reporting model.

Review the full article on Compliance Week's website.

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