Grant Thornton has released the fifth edition of its Audit Committee Handbook, with new chapters on audit planning and oversight, fraud risk and broader international coverage.

The $95 book, published by Wiley, contains regulatory guidance on all audit committee functions, duties and responsibilities. Additional features include advice on complying with regulations while managing costs and maintaining a business focus, and a discussion of current trends and developments that maximize the effectiveness of audit committees.

The book is available at, at bookstores, and through major online booksellers.

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