Audit committees

In the move toward ethical responsibility and due diligence toward stakeholders of an entity, the Companies Act requires an audit committee for all registered companies.
 
This is coupled with the requirements of good corporate governance of the King Code III, which dictates that this committee should be independent and non-executive to the business, as well as having the necessary skills and knowledge to perform the necessary duties of the role of a committee member.
 
The directors of Moore Stephens can act as part of the audit committee of any company, providing technically competent and professional advice, while being impartial and meeting all ethical independence requirements that are recommended by corporate governance and good business practice.

When can I benefit from Moore Stephens audit committee services?

Moore Stephens may serve as independent members of the audit committee of an entity where Moore Stephens is not the registered auditor.
 
This will reduce the burden of compliance with ethical expectations.