This training program will offer an in-depth look at three important product regulations focused on materials compliance and ethical sourcing, along with the tools and policies needed to implement them.
This Internal Controls for Accounts Payable webinar will provide you with the tools you need to establish and maintain strong internal controls in the A/P department that meet Sarbanes-Oxley standards.
This training program will answer questions related to IFRS financial statements and compare them to GAAP based statements using numbers from examples that come from every-day life. The course will also analyze the four key principles of IFRS and the cash flow statement, and discuss using financial statement notes to decode the numbers.
Scenario analysis complements the risk assessment process, which often overlooks material events that only happen infrequently, such as natural disasters, acts of terrorism, and data breaches. This webinar will highlight the importance of scenario analysis, its objectives and expected benefits, and the ideal methodology for quantifying and reporting operational risk scenarios.
This training program will highlight common issues that occur over time with material compliance programs, and demonstrate how to address them. This can result in a more effective and responsive material compliance effort for your company.
The International Standards Organization (ISO) defined the ISO 26000 guideline for the use and planning of all structured, measured, and monitored social responsibility programming. This standard enables companies to initiate and track performance of CSR programs by focusing on the triple bottom line (TBL) - people, planet, and profit. This training program will offer in depth look at the key components of the ISO 26000 guideline and best practices to implement and support a social responsibility program.
This webinar will enhance your knowledge of SOX Section 404 (Sarbanes-Oxley Act Section 404) by helping you understand the elements of an internal controls system. Internal controls are a key part of any organization's continued growth, performance and success. With fraud at an all-time high, a well-designed internal control structure will enhance operations by improving your department's overall security and effectiveness. SOX Section 404 mandates that all publicly-traded companies must establish internal controls and procedures for financial reporting and must document, test and maintain those controls and procedures to ensure their effectiveness.
This webinar highlights the importance of management’s role in instilling proper internal controls within their processes. In this session, instructor will explore methods to educate management on their individual responsibilities for control processes and the variance between a control malfunction and control design issues. Participants will be provided with tools to help management better understand their role in internal control and effectively execute their obligations. The session will also review the impending COSO changes and examine how they may impact your organization.
This training program will highlight the importance of management’s role in instilling proper internal controls within their processes. Although the Sarbanes-Oxley Act made it abundantly clear that internal controls is the responsibility of management, many companies still view those processes as the responsibility of the auditors or quality assurance individuals. The impending release of the new COSO Framework clearly outlines the importance of understanding all aspects of internal control and ensuring those elements are properly working together in an effective manner.
This webinar will enhance participants’ knowledge by detailing the elements of internal controls. Internal controls are a key part of any organization's continued growth, performance and success. With fraud at an all-time high, a well-designed internal control structure will enhance operations by improving your department's over all security and effectiveness.
This webinar will offer a comprehensive, in-depth review of the state laws affecting the corporate governance standards applicable to insurance companies and the board of directors’ role in those standards.
Correspondent banking has become a hot topic with BSA AML over the past few years. With examination scrutiny on correspondent banking high, this training program will highlight why it is essential to know the risk and what to do when it comes to banking other banks.
The application and practice of ethical behavior is not just about complying with rules and regulations but about doing the right thing. This training program will discuss case studies and how to apply best practical ethical behavior and how to incorporate the ethical behavior into your firm’s overall business culture.
This training program will introduce different methods to improve existing declaration collection efforts. It will propose several practical methods a manufacturer might implement to make their material compliance efforts more effective.
This 60-minute training session will provide a detailed overview of the Department of Labor’s Final Fiduciary Rule including the history and on-going resistance to the rule. The session will delve into details on how the rule was established and who it will be applied to. The webinar instructor will discuss the summary of the details of the new final rule and what firms must do to comply.
This webinar will focus on compliance requirements to prevent violations of the Advisers Act. The training program will also discuss how to design your firm’s annual review and effectively manage the review process.
This training program will detail developing a compliance manual and a code of ethics for the financial industry, with the intent of clarifying the requirements of the Advisers Act. The instructor will also guide attendees on testing the manual, effectively managing it, and keeping it constantly updated.
This webinar will enhance attendees’ knowledge of corporate responsibility for financial reports, disclosures and certifications relating to SOX Sections 302, 401, 404, 409, 802, 906 (Sarbanes-Oxley Act) by helping you understand the levels of corporate responsibility and certification.