Remuneration committee terms of reference
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Remuneration committee terms of reference

3 Jul 2014 | Olga Johnson

Olga Johnson presents a model document for terms of reference for remuneration committees.

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Remuneration committee terms of reference

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At the end of an audit, the trustees are asked to sign a letter addressed to the audit firm, confirming, amongst other things, that they have told the auditors everything they need to know. Often trustees feel unsure about this letter. Why is it needed? Is the auditor just passing the buck? Is it safe to sign?

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