Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002

 Describe the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002 on the development of corporate governance rules in a selected country of your choice ( Note the focus should on the development after the 2002 Act) StudentsThere are two parts to the assessment of this unit, a piece of coursework and a written examination.  
The first assessment (Coursework) is a research study on a current issue in auditing. This will be undertaken in groups, normally of 4-6, in order to produce a group presentation and an individual report. The presentation will be made prior to the completion of an individual report allowing some informal feedback after each presentation. This will form 40% of the assessment weighting.  
If you require further information and help on what is expected of you for each assessment task then consult your unit tutor. If you want more general help with preparing for assessments then visit PAD web site at http://lrweb.beds.ac.uk/pad or their BREO site which provides access to a range of relevant additional on-line resources.  
As stated on the UIF the first assessment is a research study on a current issue in auditing. Students need to prepare a report of about 3,000 words +/- 10% . Students can only choose from the topics below: 
• Do the current accounting standards live up to their objectives? Critically discuss. • The changes brought to Auditor-client relationships in a country (please specify your selected country) of your choice due to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002. • Describe the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002 on the development of corporate governance rules in a selected country of your choice ( Please note the focus should on the development after the 2002 Act)  
Students should work in groups of, normally, 4-6 and they should prepare a presentation. Each student must take part in the presentation. The presentation will be assessed prior to the completion of an individual report. 


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