Regional Audit Committee Networks

Enhancing audit committee leadership and effectiveness

Audit committees play an extraordinarily important role in corporate governance. They are a critical element of establishing confidence and trust in capital markets by ensuring high-quality, reliable financial reporting. Many audit committees are now charged with overseeing additional risks, including vitally important areas such as cybersecurity.

Chairing the audit committee of a large public company is difficult work. There are no one-size-fits-all solutions. Success calls for judgment gained from years of personal experience and from opportunities to engage with others who have faced similar circumstances.

Formed in 2007, the Regional Audit Committee Networks (ACNs) include the audit committee chairs of hundreds of North America’s largest public companies. Each of the ACNs gathers three times each year for confidential discussions, with agendas and topics chosen by the audit chairs.

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