2021 Annual Report: Enhancing confidence in Canada’s public company audits

Published on: Mar 31, 2022

Key to the board’s work in 2021 was providing oversight and guidance as management conducted its regulatory assessments and delivered on its annual operating commitments to protect the investing public during another uncertain year. Solidly positioned to work remotely thanks to an effective pivot last year, management met the balance of its strategic priorities as the environment continued to evolve. Looking ahead, we approved CPAB’s 2022-24 strategic plan at the November board meeting — an ambitious three-year blueprint for enhancing confidence in Canada’s public company audits. In 2022 the board’s key priorities will include oversight of CPAB’s public disclosures review and implementation of the first year of the new strategic plan, employee health and well-being and an ongoing focus on board diversity.


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