Thought Leadership Series
Geopolitical expert Ian Bremmer shares his insights with KPMG Board Leadership Center senior advisor Susan Angele on the current state of the world and its impact on business and the boardroom.
Susan Angele and Cate Goethals discuss onboarding insights for
new board members based on interviews with experienced directors.
ESG and management’s disclosure committee, evolving expectations of chief audit executives, and conversations on geopolitics, civil rights audits, and the metaverse.
Amid demand for higher quality ESG disclosures, clarifying the role and responsibilities of management’s disclosure committee should be front and center.
Midyear observations shaping board agendas, financial reporting developments, getting better at assessing talent, what workers want, and proxy season takeaways.
Boards may need to reassess whether their delegation of risk oversight responsibilities is clear, properly aligned, and coordinated.
Board considerations related to the Russia-Ukraine war, developments in climate reporting and oversight, and the global supply chain environment.
The “Great Resignation” and the related competition for talent have become a pain point for the audit committee, particularly when it comes to financial reporting risk and controls.
Priorities for board and audit committee agendas, African American representation on boards, and director views on boardroom diversity.
Eight issues for audit committees to keep in mind as they consider and carry out their 2022 agendas.
A quarterly update for audit committees on accounting and financial reporting developments, including SEC matters and FASB activity.
Our CEO Outlook, the U.S. economic forecast, climate on the board agenda, board effectiveness, proxy season, diversity disclosure, and more.
The inflation question, cybersecurity oversight, the keys to workforce well-being, views on how to innovate boards, and more.
Internal audit can provide valuable input to help the audit committee and board identify critical areas for discussion and action as they focus on the risks and opportunities ahead.
This quarter, and in the months ahead, a number of developments impacting financial reporting will need to be front and center for audit committees.
The U.S. economic outlook, how internal auditors are adjusting to changing risk profiles, findings from our director pulse survey, and more.
A look at emerging risks that should be front-and-center for internal auditors in the current environment.
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