CPAs have long been a valued presence on corporate boards and audit committees in Canada. But as a landmark study by CPA Canada and KPMG suggests, many wait until they are approaching retirement or later to become directors. The findings of the study are outlined in a new CPA Canada article, which features the study’s lead co-authors Wendy Kei, FCPA and Deborah Rosati, FCPA (Founder and CEO of Women Get On Board).
Read the article: It’s never too early for a CPA to become a board member
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