Overseeing a company's information technology activities remains a significant concern for today's boards of directors.
Proxy season is here, and time to address the audit committee's responsibility to evaluate its public disclosures.
In this webcast we will discuss and offer key insights on the active regulatory and standard-setting agendas, the current environment, and emerging issues being addressed by the SEC, PCAOB and FASB.
Shareholder activism is on the rise. By focusing on long-term shareholder value creation, directors can help companies avoid the disruption that an activist agenda would bring.
This issue of BoardroomDirect® includes a brief article on a US GAO study that found it would take 40 years for women and men to have equal representation on public boards. Also, there is news about possible political spending disclosure rules taking a hit in court and in Congress, ISS’ latest FAQs on proxy access issues, FASB’s new guidance on financial instruments, and the Center for Audit Quality’s new principles-based framework for auditing fair value measurements.
Spin-offs have seen a resurgence in recent years. Learn about the governance issues associated with these transactions.
Our detailed survey and analysis of the US's largest banks.
This issue of BoardroomDirect® includes a short article on NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer’s efforts to make corporate boards more diverse a year after taking on proxy access. There is also news about NASDAQ mulling changes to its shareholder approval rules, CII issuing a report on its shareholder engagement roundtable, ISS updating its QuickScore corporate governance metric, PCAOB adopting an audit engagement partner naming rule, and highlights of the 2015 AICPA National Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments.
This quarterly publication is designed to keep directors informed about the latest accounting and financial reporting issues.
PwC has compiled a summary of activities of the PCAOB, SEC, and FASB, and related international developments.