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Highlights issues for a successor body, namely, research into compliance, research funding and recommended amendments to the Companies Act. Sarah Brown's letter deals with directors' service contracts, fees paid to audit firms for non-audit work, protection for auditors reporting fraud.
Letter supports Sir Adrian remaining as figurehead to deal with matters arising in following two years.
Includes full details of membership and sponsorship to date, in addition to listing issues for the successor body and the work of the sub-committee monitoring compliance.
Sir Adrian states wishes to retire as Chairman and discusses membership, sponsorship and possible issues for the successor body. Includes FRC(94)49.
Preliminary to the meeting of the Financial Reporting Council which will discuss a successor body to the CFACG.
The paper sets out possible terms of reference and the issues the successor body could address.
Contains arrangements for AC to speak at PIRC conference and guidance on 'independence ' of directors and its relationship with compliance with the Code.
Meeting concerns the need for a successor committee, who will sponsor it, including dealing with remit, membership and financing.
Mentions a request for Sir Adrian Cadbury to speak in Liverpool, articles appearing in the FT on 27 February 1995, and meeting with DTI on 7 March.
Topics covered include: successor body, independence of directors and the draft report on monitoring.
Also included are some responses to a questionnaire seeking opinions on topics for review.