Audit committee

A committee created by a company’s board of directors that has responsibility for (1) hiring independent counsel; (2) approving audit and tax services; (3) engaging and supervising independent auditors; and (4) creating procedures for processing complaints about the company’s accounting methods. All publicly traded companies are required to have an audit committee whose members satisfy certain minimum standards prescribed by law.

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