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Audit Committee Institute 

For 15 years, KPMG’s Global Audit Committee Institute has been providing audit committees and board members in different countries practical insight, resources and peer exchange opportunities focused on strengthening oversight of financial reporting and audit quality, and the array of challenges facing boards and businesses today.

Global 2016 ACI Pulse Survey!


We would like to thank all of you who took part in the ACI Pulse Survey – What makes a great board. The Survey gathered over 2,000 responses from members of supervisory boards, audit committees and management boards in more than 40 countries.


Results of the Survey will be published soon.



New KPMG Report: Calibrating strategy and risk: A board’s-eye view


Corporate boards are deepening their involvement in company strategy and refining their oversight of the critical risks facing the company, according to a recent global survey conducted by KPMG Audit Committee Institute amongst 1,000 respondents from 28 countries.


The survey responses from directors and senior executives suggest that while many boards are deepening their involvement in strategy and risk, significant challenges remain, including linking strategy and risk, and addressing growing cyber security risks.


We also conducted in-depth interviews with a number of seasoned audit committee chairs and business leaders on these issues for KPMG’s Global Boardroom Insights - Calibrating risk oversight, providing additional perspectives and insights.


We thank all participants who joined the Global Pulse ACI Survey 2015.


Download Calibrating strategy and risk: A board’s-eye view (PDF, 3 MB)


Download Global Boardroom Insights - Calibrating risk oversight (PDF, 1.46 MB)


Please contact Monika Bartoszewicz, Stacy Ligas, Zbigniew Libera or respective KPMG engagement partner if you would like more information on the activities of the KPMG Audit Committee Institute.


Please feel free to visit the Global KPMG Audit Committee Institute page.


The Global 2015 ACI Pulse is now closed


The global 2015 Pulse ACI Survey on calibrating an oversight of risk and strategy has been closed od 23 June. The survey has been conducted by KPMG’s Audit Committee Institute. The 1,135 members of Audit Committees, Supervisory and Management Boards from over 60 countries participated in the survey.


The survey questions focused on the strategy and risk – currently the biggest priorities of many companies. The results of survey, which will be published in July 2015, will reveal if the Supervisory Boards keep pace in complex and competitive business environment.


We thank all who participated in the survey.

Monika Bartoszewicz

Monika Bartoszewicz

Partner, Head of General Audit

+48 (22) 528 12 05

Stacy Ligas

Stacy Ligas

Partner, Head of Financial Services Audit

+48 (22) 528 10 82

Zbigniew Libera

Zbigniew Libera


+48 (22) 528 12 05


Prioritizing a heavy audit committee agenda is never easy, and 2016 will be particularly challenging given the level of global volatility and uncertainty—e.g., the geopolitical environment, commodity prices, interest rates, currency fluctuations, slowing growth in emerging markets—as well as technology advances disrupting established industries and business models.

Drawing on insights from surveys and interactions with audit committees and business leaders over the past 12 months, the Audit Committee Institute has highlighted six items for audit committees to keep in mind as they consider and carry out their 2016 agendas.

The road ahead for companies in 2016 will be particularly challenging given the level of global volatility and uncertainty—e.g., the geopolitical environment, commodity prices, interest rates, currency fluctuations, slowing growth in emerging markets—as well as technology advances disrupting established industries and business models.

In this environment, the spotlight on corporate directors will continue to intensify as investors and regulators scrutinize the board’s involvement in strategy, risk, and compliance. Drawing on insights from interactions with directors and business leaders over the past year, here are six items for boards to keep in mind as they consider and carry out their 2016 agendas.

Becoming a new audit committee member can be time-consuming process considering broadness and complexity of audit committee’s responsibilities.

Our short guide provides an overview of key first steps for new audit committee member to be taken in order to determine his/her induction programme which can build a strong foundation for informed oversight.

The purpose of this publication is to help audit committee members and others to understand a key requirements of International Financial Reporting Standards (‘IFRS’).

The publication is a structured guide based on IFRS in issue at 1 July 2014 and includes standards and interpretations that are effective at that date and significant amendments that are effective in later periods.

Publication presents changes to audit committee role, responsibilities and auditor oversight arising from new EU legislation.

 Other publications from 2014

  • Who Cares about Goodwill Impairment? (PDF, 623 KB) +
    As part of its post-implementation review of the accounting for business combinations, the KPMG report features interviews with an international sample of nearly 30 senior stakeholders from business, investors, regulators and academics to find out what they think about goodwill impairment testing: its relevance, its effectiveness, the difficulties and the disclosures. Download PDF.
  • In the Headlines: Bridging the GAAP (2014/03) (PDF, 1.37 MB) +
    Investors invest globally, and demand for APMs does not stop at regulatory borders. ESMA has issued a consultation paper on AMSs in public, regulatory filings. Download PDF.
  • The Value of Audit: Shaping the Future of Corporate Reporting +
    This publication features candid views of KPMG’s audit leaders on the value of an audit – its strengths, weaknesses and the changes they believe must take place to meet the needs of the capital markets. The publication is the result of one of a series of worldwide roundtable discussions, which are part of KPMGs’ initiative in association with Economia magazine.
  • Cyber Security for Audit Committees (PDF, 1167 KB) +
    Audit committees have a critical role to play in ensuring that their organisations have robust cyber security defences – not in understanding the minutiae of the technology involved, but in leading governance and policy. Download PDF.

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2015 Global Audit Committee Survey

2015 Global Audit Committee Survey
The accelerating speed and complexity of business and risk are stretching and straining many audit committee agendas, which often include other major areas of risk. Of the 1,500 audit committee members from 35 countries responding to our Global Survey, three out of four said the time required to carry out their responsibilities has increased comparing to previous year and half said the job continues to grow more difficult given the committee’s time and expertise.

Global Boardroom Insights

Global Boardroom Insights series features perspectives of audit committee chairs of leading global companiesaround the world from their role in committee and share key solutions for complex and rapidly changing environment.

Audit Committee Newsletter

The Audit Committee Newsletter is a summary of selected topics which may be relevant and useful for Audit Committee members in Poland. The publication can assist Members of Audit Committees in staying up to date with new regulatory, financial reporting including accounting standards and corporate governance developments.

Accounting Newsletter

This quarterly Accounting Newsletter is intended to be a reminder of selected recent changes in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), Polish accounting principles (including the Accounting Act and National Accounting Standards) and related topics that may be relevant to a significant number of entities operating in Poland