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Financial Reporting Council independent review: call for evidence

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Summary

The Independent Review of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is calling for evidence and information, including specific examples, on the effectiveness of FRC.

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Consultation description

The call for evidence covers:

  • the purpose and function of the FRC
  • its impact and effectiveness
  • its powers
  • legal status and relationship with government
  • governance and leadership
  • funding, resources and staffing
  • its role in reducing the risk of major corporate failure

You may wish to submit information or evidence relating to:

  • comparator bodies in the UK or internationally
  • the context within which the FRC operates
  • anticipated shifts in regulation, technology, standards
  • the wider landscape

We welcome views from those affected by the FRC’s functions and its effectiveness, including:

  1. those organisations and companies that fund the FRC
  2. professional bodies, including those regulated by the FRC
  3. those who prepare accounts and conduct audits
  4. investors and other users of accounts
  5. individuals or bodies with an interest in the FRC’s effectiveness

Documents

Independent Review of the Financial Reporting Council: Call for evidence

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Published 6 June 2018
Last updated 19 June 2018 + show all updates
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