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Financial terms starting with "M"

1. MRO

2. main runner

3. Market segmentation theoryor preferred habitat theory

4. marina operators legal liability coverage

5. make-up air

6. mechanical pencil

7. Mortgage (Open- End)

8. multiple coordinated policies

9. Mrp/mrpii, Manufacturing Resource Planning

10. Marginal revenue

11. Moody's Investment Grade (MIG)

12. monolithic slab

13. mullion windows

14. Married Filing Joint Filing Status

15. main sewer

16. Market Valuation

17. Mini Account

18. Moody's Investors Service

19. millionaire on paper

20. Metamodel

21. Markowitz Decision Rule

22. moonlight

23. monthly sales report

24. masonry bit

25. merger accounting

26. Main Street

27. matching strategy

28. MBS

29. multiple protection insurance

30. manufacturing cost

31. Monetary reserve

32. Middle stage

33. Mortgage auction site

34. Mob spread

35. multicurrency note facility

36. man hour

37. Marshall Edgeworth Price Index

38. mask work

39. mud cracks

40. Marketed claims

41. manipulative joint

42. mainstream corporation tax

43. micro cap

44. Median Family Income

45. Micro Attribution

46. Merit Rating

47. misrepresent

48. Major Seven Countries

49. moonlighting

50. mineral granules

51. minimum fluctuation

52. Mid-Term Review

53. Money Purchase Pension Plan - OECD

54. meter pan

55. marginal profit

56. Motor Cars

57. Memorandum Decision

58. Matrix Consistency

59. May expand

60. main stack

61. Maintenance Costs

62. minimum balance

63. Mailing Date

64. Multi-step Format

65. main market

66. Morgen scaffold

67. Macaulay duration

68. merchant number

69. Market Clearing Price

70. malleable case iron

71. management accountant

72. Mystic Will

73. Maloney Act

74. municipal sewer

75. MLT

76. mill file

77. mandrel

78. morass

79. mortgage share agreement

80. manufacturing defects

81. Merger

82. Manchester Business School - MBS

83. Minimum Pension

84. Mohs scale of hardness

85. Major Fraud Act of 1989

86. Managerial flexibility

87. multiple switching

88. Maturity factoring

89. monolithic concrete

90. Markets in Financial Instruments Directive

91. MEX

92. Married Put Strategy

93. Management buying

94. morro

95. Metals

96. Mob

97. Mortgage Portfolio

98. market mechanism

99. money market account extra (MMAX)

100. maintainer

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Audit Committee

Categories: Accounting, Tax, Business and Management,

The corporate audit committee is the liaison between the company's management, the board of directors, internal and external auditors, and any other accounting experts advising the company on audit issues.In particular, the audit committee is responsible for hiring and managing external auditors. Since 2002, when Congress passed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, implementing stringent financial oversight regulations, the role of the audit committee has become increasingly important.An audit committee is composed of a sub-group from the corporation's board of directors. Members of the audit committee must be independent, which means they have no ties to the company's management team. In general they cannot receive any compensation, such as consulting or advisory fees, except for a board of director's fee. They may not be able to own shares in the company, or be affiliated in any other way with the company. Nor can they be affiliated with or have an interest in the external auditing company.

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