Internal control: the Turnbull guidance

Good internal controls should ensure that the company's management systems, accounting records, asset maintenance and compliance issues are operating correctly. This note details the board's responsibilities for internal control, the recommendations of the Turnbull guidance and practical steps for their implementation, the risks to be covered, establishing an effective internal control system and reviewing it, and reporting to shareholders.

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