Learn how the FRC serve the public interest by setting high standards of corporate governance, reporting and audit and by holding to account those responsible for delivering them.
The FRC is governed by its Board. The Board discharges some of its responsibilities directly and others through its two governance Committees and three regulatory Committees. The three regulatory committees are supported by Senior Advisors.
Join us on our journey to becoming a stronger, more empowered and agile regulator. At the FRC you will work in the public interest for the benefit of those who rely on well-run companies reporting with transparency and honesty.
The Financial Reporting Council has published a Position Paper setting out the next steps to reform the UK’s audit and corporate governance framework.
Learn about the FRC’s functions and the statutory and non-statutory sources they derive from.
The FRC issue annual publications, including our Annual Report and 3 Year plan.
View the FRC's Policies and Prodedures.
View the registers and reports published as part of the FRC's govenance reporting.
The FRC is funded by the audit profession, who are required to contribute under the provisions of the Companies Act 2006 and, with the agreement with HM Government, by other groups subject to, having regard to, or benefiting from FRC regulation.
View the reports from the external research from universities, research institutes, and research consultants commissioned by the FRC.
The Financial Reporting Council often responds to external consultations that fall within its remit. View these responses.
Read an overview of the FRC Tribunal process and see a list of the Tribunal Panel members.
Learn how the FRC works with international bodies to promote high-quality audit and corporate reporting.