This edition of our biweekly newsletter for directors and investors includes articles on President-elect Trump nominating SEC Chair, AICPA Conference on SEC and PCAOB Developments, proposed cybersecurity regulation and more.
Five things for audit committees to think about.
Oversight of financial reporting requires the critical review of voluminous documents filled with complex accounting and reporting matters. Are you prepared?
Reports addressing corporate governance matters by the PwC Center for Board Governance that are of interest to board members, corporate officers, and audit committees.
This quarterly publication is designed to keep directors informed about the latest accounting and financial reporting issues.
Acquisitions offer advantages as a path to growth. But with some deals failing to deliver on their potential value, boards need to take an active role throughout the process.
In this webcast replay we discuss the results of our Annual Corporate Directors Survey in which we asked 900 directors their thoughts on topics like shareholder engagement and activism, diversity, and more.
Investors expect companies to disclose environmental, social, and governance (ESG) information they can trust and understand. But there is work to be done to bridge the gap between what investors want and what companies are providing.
Board directors list shareholder activism, board diversity, complex regulations, geopolitical impacts, and board member performance among key issues in PwC’s Annual Corporate Directors Survey.
To provide effective board oversight, compensation committees have to understand myriad standards and regulations. Here, we explain their duties and the rules that drive them.
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