Integrated Risk and Compliance Management for Energy Companies: Best Practices and Case Studies for Meeting FERC, NERC, SOX and Other Regulatory Requirements - Free Webinar

Instructor: Gaurav Kapoor
Product ID: 701118

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This webinar covers Integrated Risk and Compliance Management for Energy Companies.

Energy companies are faced with a proliferation of compliance requirements from a growing number of regulatory bodies that impose oversight and reporting requirements. Industry regulations from FERC, NERC and state and regional public service commissions combined with cross-industry regulations and mandates like Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) and ISO 9000 impact all business functions operationally as well as strategically.

In this environment, utility companies are looking to adopt a systematic approach for defining and managing risk and compliance initiatives and quality management programs through a sustainable and integrated process instead of multiple unrelated tactical projects.

In this webinar, we will discuss best practices and case studies on:

  • Centralized documentation of requirements, risks, controls, assessments, and related policies and procedures for systematic compliance management.
  • Integrated, closed loop compliance processes for identification, recording, reporting and remediation of issues, violations and exceptions.
  • Compliance monitoring on role-based dashboards, control diagrams, and risk heat maps that provide real-time reporting and analytics.
  • Reducing compliance costs through business process automation and efficient resource utilization.

Panelist(s) Info :

Gaurav Kapoor - CFO & GM
Charles Goldenberg - VP, Governance, Risk & Compliance Solutions
Thomas Bilbo - Energy Compliance and Information Services Consultant

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