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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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Meeting Summary

Terms of Reference

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