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Audit Committee Brief — The role of the audit committee throughout the M&A life cycle (April 2014)

Published on: Mar 31, 2014

Governance bodies, including audit committees, are increasingly being asked to understand all aspects and stages of significant M&A deals, both to facilitate a specific transaction’s financial goals and to help the company better manage the risks associated with deal planning, analysis, and execution. Regardless of the governance approach taken, it may be helpful for audit committees to evaluate whether the practices related to M&A discussed in this issue of the Audit Committee Brief are in place, and to understand how the audit committee can best support these efforts before, during, and after M&A transactions.


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