Audit committees do not prepare financial reports, nor do they conduct audits. But they have an essential role to play in ensuring the integrity and transparency of corporate reporting.
Thousands of pages of rules on corporate governance have been issued. However, regulations seldom provide helpful guidance on how the audit committee should go about its work. What knowledge or experience is required? Which areas should it focus on? How should its activities be communicated? The PwC Audit Committee Guide is designed to help audit committee members answer these questions.
A premier collection of illustrative accounts produced that help entities develop their annual and interim financial statements.
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