Good Governance & Sustainable Economy

Professional accountants are instrumental in promoting good corporate governance, facilitating a high-quality information flow between management, board, shareholders, regulators, and other stakeholders. They are essential in a system of checks and balances that contributes to more sustainable and responsible organisations and therefore economies.

Press release, 26 November 2004
EC & FEE Workshop on Treatment of Environmental Issues in Financial Reporting
Press release, 18 October 2004
European Corporate Governance Forum
Publication, 8 October 2004
Avoiding Business Failure – A Guide for SMEs
Consultation response, 23 September 2004
Preliminary Views on International Accounting Standards for SMEs
Consultation response, 7 September 2004
FEE Comment Letter on EC Working Document on Draft Commission Recommendation on Fostering an Appropriate Regime for the Remuneration of Directors
Press release, 5 July 2004
Europe’s SME Accountants Unite
Publication, 9 June 2004
Assurance for Sustainability
Consultation response, 2 June 2004
FEE Comment Letter on EC Consultation Document on Recommendation on the Role of (independent) Non-Executive or Supervisory Directors (missing link)
Publication, 19 December 2003
A Conceptual Approach to Safeguarding Integrity, Objectivity and Independence Throughout the Financial Reporting Chain
Press release, 1 September 2003
Audit Committee Key to Investor Confidence
Consultation response, 6 August 2003
Report on European Charter for SMEs
Consultation response, 31 July 2003
Corporate Governance and Company Law

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