The Overlooked Outside Auditor

External firms could answer a lot more board questions, if asked

Monday, October 05, 2009 , By Ted Knutson

Economic pressures have turned up the spotlight on corporate auditing as much as on risk management. The audit committees on boards of directors typically take oversight responsibility for financial reporting as well as risk, complementing the work of risk management committees where they exist.

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