How Audit Committees Can Prepare for Year-End Financial Reporting and Disclosures

Inside America's Boardrooms

The end-of-year financial reporting cycle is always a busy time for audit committees, who are further challenged by fast-changing macroeconomic factors and evolving SEC disclosure requirements.

In this episode, Stephen Parker, a partner in PwC’s Governance Insights Center, discusses key takeaways from PwC’s year-end financial reporting guide, which highlights emerging matters that could make their way onto the audit committee’s agenda.

  • What should audit committees focus on as they prepare for the year-end reporting cycle?
  • How should audit committees prepare for current and future SEC disclosure actions?

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