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Governance in focus: Audit committees in 2016 — refocusing the agenda

Published on: 13 Jul 2016

Another reporting and AGM season is over but as we approve interim results, inevitably we look at agendas for the rest of the year.  At our Centre for Corporate Governance we want to help you set your agenda, which is why we have provided you this half year round-up of areas your audit committee will need to consider during the remainder of your meetings in 2016 and into 2017.  The following topics are included:  

  • The vote to leave – what do you need to disclose?
  • Key areas of focus in corporate reporting
  • Remuneration committee reporting – the return of the Shareholder Spring?
  • UK Corporate Governance Code 2016 and Guidance on Audit Committees
  • An ever increasing focus on risk, internal control and longer term viability – lessons for Year Two
  • Transparency of tax arrangements
  • Audit reform

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