Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – new appointment

Appointment to Audit and Risk Committee, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
Charles Lazarevic, appointed to the Audit Committee

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – Audit and Risk Committee

I am pleased to announce my appointment to CIArb’s Audit and Risk Committee, the world’s leading qualifications and professional body for dispute avoidance and dispute management. 

This appointment to this Committee of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators builds on my long involvement in dispute resolution as an expert witness, as well as recognising my expertise in corporate governance, auditing and financial reporting.

To learn more about the team and our expertise of dispute resolution and as expert witnesses click here.

To discuss a possible case on a without commitment basis please contact us at: enquiries@veroconsulting.expert or click here.

Charles Lazarevic

10 January 2020

#audit #auditcommittee #financialreporting #ciarb #arbitration #disputes #disputeresolution #internationalarbitration #law

Audit forensic accounting finally takes centre stage in audit reforms

Audit failings blamed for collapse

The Conservative Party’s Manifesto set out the party’s aims for audit reform within the following statement: “We are also strengthening the UK’s corporate governance regime, and will reform insolvency rules and the audit regime so that customers and suppliers – and UK taxpayers – are better protected when firms like Thomas Cook go into administration. We will also carefully study the results of the ongoing investigation into its collapse.”

Sir Donald Brydon’s review dated December 2019

On 18 December Sir Donald published his 138-page report into audit reform.  His terms of reference were set by the Government at the beginning of the year and included the ambitious aim of “seeing the UK at the forefront of corporate governance internationally. This includes maintaining a leadership position internationally in terms of the evolution of the audit”.  

Read More