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Stakeholder Insight Group

Introduction

The Stakeholder Insight Group (SIG) meets on a quarterly basis. This group represents preparers, investors, audit committee chairs and other key parts of the stakeholder universe including reporting framework owners and civil society groups.

The Group:

  • Shares their perspectives on key opportunities and potential areas of focus for the FRC.

  • Shares their perspectives on key areas of concern and emerging risks relating to accounting, reporting, auditing and governance issues.

  • Provides input on:

    • Auditing, Accounting and narrative reporting policy development, including proposed developments to international codes, standards and regulations as appropriate.

    • The UK Corporate Governance Code.

    • The UK Stewardship Code.

    • The FRC Annual Report and Accounts and its Strategy and Plan.

    • The FRC’s approach to ESG and Climate reporting.

  • Provides comments on regular Enforcement and Supervision activities such as Audit Quality and Enforcement Reviews.

  • Considers and responds to requests for input and advice from the FRC relating to thematic reviews and other ad-hoc projects.

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Current members

Elaine Boyd Audit Scotland
Helen Price Brunel Pensions Partnership
Rachit Gupta Capital Group
Gareth Sykes Herbert Smith Freehills
James Baird Audit Committee Chair
Sandra Peters CFA Institute
Tom Gosling London Business School
Andrew Harding AICPA/CIMA
Gavin Hayes Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors
Fergus Moffatt ShareAction
Mohammed Amin ShareSoc/UKSA
Vineet Chhibber BlackRock
Alex Struc Goalsfirst
David Luck Numis Securities
Clare Chapman ACAS
Donato Calace Datamaran
Ashish Ray Jupiter Asset Management
Sallie Pilot BlackSun
Peter Swabey Chartered Governance Institute
Peter Cheese Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
Ian Peters Institute of Business Ethics
 

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Terms of Reference

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