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What audit committees need to know to prepare for 2024

This webcast will prepare audit committees and management teams for upcoming year-end meetings and explore top-of-mind issues for audit committees heading into 2024.

Join the EY Center for Board Matters on December 19 at 3:00 p.m. ET for another episode in our webcast series, Better Questions for Boards, designed to provide directors with insights and questions to consider as they engage with management on a variety of complex boardroom issues.

Planned discussion topics include:

  • The macroeconomic outlook. Find out what’s expected from a global macroeconomic perspective, including how inflationary pressures are impacting consumer demand, interest rate expectations and related effects; how the labor markets are shifting; and what these key economic variables will mean for businesses broadly.
  • A view from Washington, DC. Hear insights about the latest public policy and regulatory developments, including related implications to businesses.
  • Tax developments. Learn about the impacts and opportunities presented by recent tax developments, including high-level accounting and disclosure considerations.
  • Financial reporting. Get up to date on current and emerging financial reporting and regulatory developments, including key takeaways from the 2023 AICPA conference on current SEC and PCAOB developments and other important year-end reminders and considerations.

The discussion will be moderated by Patrick Niemann, Partner, Ernst & Young LLP and Americas Leader of the EY Audit Committee Forum. Panelists will include:

  • Lauren Alexander, Partner, National Professional Practice, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Karen Dynan, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics
  • Angela Evans, EY Americas Co-director of Tax Accounting and Risk Advisory Services
  • Kristi Kennedy, Director, Office of Public Policy, Ernst & Young LLP


CPE credits: 1.2


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