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All publicly-traded companies in the United States must have a qualified audit committee as part of their board of directors.
The important role of the audit committee includes oversight of financial reporting, monitoring compliance, accounting policies and risk management oversight. Increasingly, audit committees are being tasked with oversight of IT and cybersecurity.
The Governance Insights Center provides easy access to resources that help boards and audit committee members gain knowledge and stay abreast of issues specifically relating to the role the audit committee plays.
Our Audit Committee Excellence Series strives to educate on timely topics relating to audit committee purpose, responsibilities and associated subject matter. Whether it relates to: