The Committee of Economic Development of Australia is conducting a luncheon titled The Role of Accountants and Auditors in Corporate Disclosure: Do We Ask to Much, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel on Thursday October 23.
The luncheon will feature Australian Securities and Investment Commission deputy chairman Jeffrey Lucy, who will talk about some of the initiatives in corporate and financial reporting currently being pursued by ASIC and their likely impact on boards, their accountants and their auditors.
He will also speak about some of the current issues affecting corporate disclosure and ASIC’s view of the role played by accountants and auditors.
Other keynote speakers for the luncheon are KPMG assurance and advisory partner in charge Brett Fullarton and chairman of GRD Minproc, RISC and Allight Pty Ltd the Honourable Richard Court AC, who will bring the perspective of the accounting profession and investment community to the discussion.
Registration for the luncheon can be made with the Committee of Economic Development of Australia for $79 for members, $89 for non-members, $600.40 for a table of eight members or $676.40 for a table of eight non-members. For further information or to register contact Lisa Scaffidi on 9228 2155 or email email@example.com.
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