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2015 Audit Committee Resource Guide

Published on: Mar 06, 2015

As the business, economic, and regulatory environments become more complex, much more is being asked of audit committees. This trend heightens the importance of staying current with changes in audit committees’ responsibilities.

Whether you are a seasoned or new audit committee member, there are many considerations to keep in mind. To help you understand what is expected of audit committee members, and what you can expect from serving on the committee, the Audit Committee Resource Guide presents an overview of the requirements for U.S. public companies.


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