Managing the Audit Tender
30 April, 2014 | (01 hr)
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In the Netherlands, companies are now required to change auditors every eight years, and the EU is considering mandatory rotation for the region. Since 2012, the UK Corporate Governance Code has had a provision requiring that listed companies put the audit out for tender every 10 years on a “comply or explain” basis.
This webcast will address the critical questions, including how to prepare specifications and the best processes to follow. There is also the issue of having to separate out non-audit services rendered by auditors, a requirement of the US Sarbanes Oxley Act not yet addressed in Europe.
Guy has a career spanning merchant banking, corporate finance, venture capital and fund management in London, New York and his hometown of Edinburgh. Before taking up his present role, Guy was Head of Standard Life Investments’ Smaller Compa... Full Bio
Matt Cannon joined Unilever in 2008 from KPMG; he is Unilever's Director of Accounting Development and was project lead for the audit tender. He is currently managing the global transition of Unilever's external auditor.
His day-to-d... Full Bio
Dr. Carolyn Kay Brancato
Dr. Carolyn Kay Brancato has more than 30 years experience in various aspects of corporate finance, regulatory economics and corporate governance. In 1993 she founded The Conference Board’s Global Corporate Governance Research Center and in ... Full Bio