In the September issue of Bottom Line, an online publication for Canada’s accounting and financial professionals, Clark Wilson LLP Partner Bernard Pinsky speaks on the evolving role of audit committees in terms of risk and time commitment. In the face of increasing demands and a changing operational landscape, “The amount of time that an audit committee must invest to understand all aspects of the disclosure, and check that financial disclosure controls are in place, has dramatically increased,” explains Pinsky. Read the full article, “Pressure builds on audit panels as threats and liabilities abound,” to learn more.
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