FRC Announces Future of Corporate Reporting Advisory Group
17 December 2018
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) announces the composition of the Advisory Group for its major project on the Future of Corporate Reporting. The Group will provide input and advice to the FRC as it develops the project which will lead to recommendations for changes to regulation and practice.
The Group comprises of representatives from the FRC’s major stakeholder groups - companies, investors, civil society groups, academics, auditors, audit committee chairs, lawyers and design agencies. Members of the group have been selected to ensure that there is an appropriate balance of members from different backgrounds.
Members of the Future of Corporate Reporting Advisory Group
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