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Your Current Governance And Compliance Programs and Risk Management Approaches May Not Enable You Effectively Address the Corporate and Compliance Needs of Today

Instructor: Javier Kuong
Product ID: 700333
Training Level: Advanced
  • Duration: 60 Min

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You must take the time to improve your current governance programs to improve their ability to respond to today's modern threats and their varied impacts

Description

The webinar points out some of the inherent weaknesses that prevail in current corporate governance programs and strategies that you should consider in aligning your corporate and compliance program

Present insular and silo approaches to risk management and governance are outdated.Your organization needs to promptly adopt enterprise-wide risk management (ERM) and also Governance-Risk Management—Compliance (GRC) unified programs to address the complex global governance and compliance issues of today’s global risk environment.

You must take the time to improve your current governance programs to improve their ability to respond to today's modern threats and their varied impacts. This unique webinar examines the significant changes that have taken place in the corporate governance landscape.

The webinar points out some of the inherent weaknesses that prevail in current corporate governance programs. It discusses the strategies that you should consider in aligning your corporate and compliance program with the best and bring your organization governance and compliance image to higher levels of excellence and in line with the with current obligations which senior executives are compelled to uphold.

Areas Covered in the seminar:

  • A quick self assessment would very likely reveal that your present corporate governance vision and approach is outdated and unable to respond to today’s complex threat environment, new technological environment threats and a heavy load of compliance obligations from new regulations
  • Present weaknesses in companies’ approaches, organizational structure and methodologies for risk management, corporate governance and compliance to laws and regulations. The high cost of compliance from these weaknesses and the wasteful redundancies of dealing with risk management in an insular and fractionated fashion
  • The dire need of the Board and the CEO to a get a more unified picture of risk management and effective responses to dealing with threats in a more cost effective manner.
  • Lack of governance and compliance linkage: a) across the organizing; and, b) in a way that involves human resources, critical business processes the company critically depends upon and vital internal and external infrastructure and technology to achieve a sound level of governance
  • Organizational mechanisms that can help achieve sound GRC
  • Strategies to consider in upgrading your governance. risk management and compliance (GRC) program
  • The importance of forward planning at the aggregate company-wide level to integrate risk management, corporate governance and compliance to reach effective solutions
  • The need for an action plan to raise GRC to new levels of excellence - Key major steps that management should consider in achieving effective GRC

Who Will Benefit:

This webinar will provide practical knowledge on what you should consider when developing and implementing corporate governance programs that will assist in achieving compliance to Sarbanes-Oxley and other laws and to improve operational effectiveness. It will benefit:

  • CEOs, CFOs, and line senior executives responsible for company operations
  • Board members and Governance Committee members
  • CFOs, Controllers and Accounting professionals
  • Chief Risk Officers (CROs), Chief Compliance Officers (CCOs), Chief Security Officers (CSOs), Asset Protection Managers
  • CIOs, CTOs, IT professionals, and quality assurance specialists
  • Legal Counsel, Human Resources and Public and Community Relations officers
  • Internal, External and IT Auditors
  • Any line manager or employee responsible for protecting company assets
  • Consultants
  • Contingency and Business Continuity professionals

Background Of The Topic:

Present approaches to risk management and governance were conceived under simpler risk environments to respond to specific and known threats using a highly fractionated and silo environment. They were deployed by individual business units devoid of the overall risk picture and responding to very local perceptions of operational risk and exposure.


Enterprises are currently under increasing pressure to address risk and exposure as a result of new drivers, such as:
  • Regulatory laws and new compliance standards (Sarbanes-Oxley, GILB, HIPPA, Basel II, etc.)
  • A wide variety of complex threats that no single individual business unit or risk management group can address by itself
  • A need to develop aggregate, coordinated and unified approaches to mastering risk and achieving corporate governance using a more holistic and integrated approach to dealing with the interrelated issues of corporate governance, risk management and compliance (GRC)
  • The need to portray an ethical and well governed company image to stakeholders and for competitive reasons

The massive destructive effects of events such as September 11, Katrina, the major poor governance scandals of ENRON, MCI etc., plus new global threats, and the need to improve the corporate image of companies raise many new and serious issues that companies did not consider as recently as five years ago. There is a dire need for your company to reexamine the deficiencies of present corporate governance approaches which now directly impact the Board, the CEO, and all C-level executives (CFO, Chief Risk Officers, Chief Compliance Officer, Chief Legal Officer, CIOs, and HR).

Instructor Profile:

Javier F. Kuong has over 25 years of management, consulting lecturing and develop-ment experience in the Corporate Governance, Compliance, Internal Controls, Risk Management, IT Auditing and Business Continuity fields as an executive, interna-tional consultant, lecturer and author of over 40 books and manuals on these topics.

He has held positions as a CIO and Systems manager for industrial companies and as senior consulting manager for a major CPA firm. He is the founder of Management Advisory Services & Publications (MASP) that specializes in governance, compliance, auditing and internal control. He has authored four books on Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and a treatise on "IT Compliance and Governance".

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