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Financial Reporting Council (FRC) definition

What does Financial Reporting Council (FRC) mean?

The UK’s independent regulator responsible for promoting high quality corporate governance, financial reporting, audit and actuarial practice. The FRC maintains the UKCG Code, as well as a number of other codes and standards.


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