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Audit Committee Brief — Understanding the CFO’s perspective (September 2012)

Published on: Sep 04, 2012

Understanding what is top of mind for CFOs can help enhance the effectiveness of the audit committee’s oversight role. The audit committee and the CFO should communicate regularly and substantively to confirm a consistent understanding of the risks and expectations of the finance function. Cultivating a robust relationship with the CFO can facilitate the mutual exchange of perspectives on reporting, economic, regulatory, governance, and risk issues.


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