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FAQs

The FRC welcomes well informed complaints about the reports and accounts of entities that come within its remit for corporate reporting review.

Any review arising as a result of a complaint will be carried out in accordance with the Conduct Committee’s Operating Procedures for reviewing corporate reporting (‘Operating Procedures’).  

Here are some answers to questions that are often asked by those who are considering making a complaint about an entity’s corporate reporting, or who have made a complaint and want to know about progress made. Details of the roles played by the Conduct Committee, the Corporate Reporting Review Committee (CRRC), FRRP members and staff in the corporate reporting review team (CRR) are set out in the section “How we review reports and accounts”.  Further information about the Conduct Committee’s procedures and powers can be found in the operating procedures section. 

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