How corporate governance, reporting and auditing is changing

Over the next few months, the Government will consider the many detailed recommendations and reforms that have been tabled by a series of recent reviews, namely the CMA review of the audit market, the Kingman review of the FRC and the Brydon review of the quality and effectiveness of the audit. Although the initial focus of these reviews was on audit reform, it has become clear that there are many recommendations that will impact a much broader spectrum of participants in the whole corporate governance environment, reporting and auditing system. This includes directors, audit committees members, as well as the regulator and other stakeholders. As a result, there are likely to be some significant changes and implementation challenges.

In a series of recorded discussions, blogs and papers, we give our perspectives on the recommendations, predictions for the future, and things you need to consider as we move towards reform.

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Managed Shared Audits

In this recording, Andy Kemp is joined by Jon Holloway, PwC UK's Financial Services Audit Leader, to discuss managed shared audits. Jon talks about some of his personal experience in this area and explains what managed shared audits might mean for companies and audit committees.

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Director/Audit Committee accountability

In this recording Andy Kemp is joined by Hemione Hudson, PwC UK Head of Audit, to discuss how potential corporate governance and audit reforms might mean for directors/audit committees and the impact these could have on their responsibilities.

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The Assurance Map

In this recording, Andy Kemp is joined by Gilly Lord - PwC UK Head of Audit Strategy & Public Policy, to discuss the concept of the audit and assurance policy and also the assurance map, which is a practical way to bring that policy to life.

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A UK Sarbanes-Oxley regime?

Andy Kemp is joined by Iain Robinson, a partner in Digital Audit who specialises in SOX and Internal Controls. Iain and Andy are discussing the hot topic of strengthening the framework for internal controls in the UK.

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Andy Kemp

Andy Kemp

Chairman, FTSE 350 Non-Executive Director Programme, PwC United Kingdom

Gilly Lord

Gilly Lord

Head of Audit Strategy & Public Policy, PwC United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)20 7804 8123

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