The board's role in assessing M&A activity is to evaluate merger and acquisition (M&A) activity to ensure that it fits corporate strategy.
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Erin Dwyer highlights trends in audit committee disclosures and explains how a well-structured evaluation can improve both audit committee decisions and investor relations.
The basic components of an audit committee charter are the purpose, membership, meetings, reporting, authority, and duties and responsibilities.
Audit committee responsibilities require an understanding of NYSE and NASDAQ auditing requirements, accounting principles & adequacy of internal controls.
The board of directors and particularly those that sit on a publicly traded company should be fully aware of the impact by stock market regulations.