Gary Bronstein was a panelist for Issues & Trends Facing Today’s Audit Committee at the Bank Director’s Bank Audit & Risk Committees Conference. The presentation description is below.
Serving on the audit committee may be the toughest and most time-consuming job of a board member, and it is not getting any easier. Audit committees must focus on supervising the internal auditor, hiring an external auditor, reviewing audits and following up to ensure problems are resolved, while also focusing on the big picture issues and not getting lost in the details. In this session, experts in the field share best practices and today’s hot topics for the audit committee.
Tuesday, June 11, 2019-
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
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