The Board Directors and Audit Committee Guide to Fiduciary Responsibilities
More than one million people serve on boards and audit committees in the U.S. alone. But huge risks come with these coveted jobs. SEC scrutiny is at an all-time high, with boards and audit committees now held liable for acts of fraud and other corporate malfeasance-even if they had no knowledge of wrong-doing in the organization.
• Cultivate independence
• Build a balanced team
• Leverage independent advisors
• Address stakeholder concerns
• Direct the external audit
• Approach risk proactively
• Spearhead fraud deterrence initiatives
• Promote accountability
• And more
Comprehensive and practical, this book simplifies complex corporate governance standards, and helps readers satisfy the requirements of board service while protecting themselves and the organization.
About the Authors
SHEILA MORAN, CPA, CFE is CFO at Professional Power Products, Inc., and serves on the faculty of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
RONALD KRAL, CPA, CMA, CGMA is managing partner at public accounting firm, Candela Solutions LLC.