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Audit Committee Training and Update

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Date

17 November 2021

Time

09:30 - 13:30

Venue

ICAEW Virtual Classroom

Organiser

ICAEW in association with NEDA

Price

NEDA Member Price £530 + VAT, Non-Member Price £450+VAT. Contact info@nedaglobal.com for NEDA Member Discount Code

Explore the activities of the Audit Committee, including the much broader areas such as whistleblowing, internal investigations and interacting and overseeing internal audit and other related assurance work.

An effective Audit Committee is an essential part of an effective Board. It is fundamental that the Audit Committee acts as an oversight sub-committee of the Board, reflective of its constitution, considering and challenging, and not itself performing relevant processes.

The Audit Committee’s role and responsibilities are focused upon encouraging those involved in the production of financial statements and other relevant reports to perform the tasks effectively and to hold them to account if they do not.

The Audit Committee has come under closer scrutiny, especially in the context of corporate governance reforms, and expectations of its role are now much higher. The activities of the Committee can also much broader incorporating areas such as whistleblowing, internal investigations and interacting and overseeing internal audit and other related assurance work.

Areas covered in the session include:

  • How to be an effective Audit Committee
  • The roles and responsibilities of Committee members
  • The internal focus on risk management and internal control
  • The external focus on the corporate reporting cycle and relationships with the external auditors
  • The annual Audit Committee Report – the constituents of a good report

Guest speakers will provide practical perspectives on what works well and what to look out for in terms of being an effective Committee member.

Learning outcomes:

  • Gauging and managing stakeholder expectations and key relationships.
  • Better understanding the workings of the Committee, including its terms of reference and its operational culture.
  • Balancing the internal focus on processes and procedures with the external focus on communication and reporting.
  • An appreciation of the appropriate Committee composition, the need for timely information and discussion, and the process of continuous improvement.
  • Consideration of the latest trends and developments.

 

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