Disclosures by audit committees continue to rise

by Ken Tysiac | Nov 06, 2018   ()

Public company audit committees continue to make more information on their oversight of external auditor activities available to the public, according to a survey report released Thursday. Forty percent of S&P 500 companies disclosed their considerations in appointing the audit firm in 2018, according to the 2018 Audit Committee Transparency Barometer analysis conducted by the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ) and Audit Analytics. That’s up from 37% the previous year and 13% in 2014.
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Source: Journal of Accountancy

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