Audit Committees And Their Oversight Of Financial Reporting

Daniel L. Goelzer, a partner of Baker & McKenzie LLP, summarizes recent developments relating to audit committees and their oversight of financial reporting and of the company’s relationship with its auditor.

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This is one in a series of Audit Committee and Auditor Oversight Updates by Daniel L. Goelzer, a partner of Baker & McKenzie LLP.   This article is accessible via this link, Click Here To Download.

Daniel L. Goelzer is a partner in the Firm’s Banking, Finance and Major Projects Group. He has more than 35 years of securities law experience, including service in senior positions at both the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. His practice concentrates in advising clients on securities law disclosure issues, directors’ responsibilities and other corporate governance matters, auditor regulation, and internal investigations. He also counsels global custodian banks and other financial institutions with respect to financial services regulation.

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Daniel.Goelzer@bakermckenzie.com

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