Accountant and Corporate Governance

Lee Tang, Brenda
December 2013
Contact Magazine;2013, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p64
The article offers guidance on corporate governance that affects corporate accountants. It stresses the need for companies to improve their standards of corporate governance to assure shareholders and regulators that their affairs are being managed responsibly and transparently to promote trust and confidence. It details the composition and functions of the board, external reporting processes and risk management. It also cites the responsibilities of the board, accountants and audit committee.


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