Key questions for audit committees, 2013 edition

June 2012
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Year-end questions audit committee members should ask:  2012:  PwC

At a glance

Key questions for board and audit committee members to address, strategy and risk management, anti-corruption and compliance financial reporting and audit quality, new tax law and potential corporate tax reform, IT shareholder and stakeholder communications, and other topics that boards and audit committees should consider in year-end discussions with management and throughout the year.

Our latest edition of Key questions for board and audit committee members outlines questions directors should ask at year-end and throughout the year. These questions are intended to help boards and audit committees with their oversight responsibilities. Some questions should be asked each year, while others are targeted to today’s lagging economy, changing business landscape, and active regulatory environment.

Key questions for board and audit committee members addresses:

  • strategy and risk management
  • anti-corruption and compliance
  • financial reporting and audit quality
  • new tax law and potential corporate tax reform
  • information technology
  • shareholder and stakeholder communications
  • and other topics that boards and audit committees should consider in year-end discussions with management and throughout the year.

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