Regulatory Intelligence by Michael Rasmussen: an Axentis Thought Leadership White Paper resource White Papers Member contributionOCEG Reviewed
"The old paradigm of regulatory change management is clearly a recipe for disaster given the volume, pace of change
- IT.22 - Policy Mgmt, Communication & Training
- M1. Context Monitoring
- P1. Proactive Actions & Controls
- I2. Communication
- M2. Performance Monitoring
- P2. Codes Of Conduct
- C3. Culture
- M3. Systemic Improvement
- P3. Policies
- R3. 3rd Party Inquiry & Investigation
- M4. Assurance
- P4. Education
- P5. Incentives
Anti-Corruption Illustrated Series: #3 Identifying and Resolving Issues resource Anti-Corruption Illustrated OCEG Reviewed
easy2comply Risk Management software solution enables efficient operational/ enterprise risk management in order to improve business processes and performance and simplify regulatory compliance. easy2comply allows you to identify, measure, control and manage operational/ enterprise risk by documenting your processes, risks and controls, accumulating and quantifying loss events, and providing management insight via reports, dashboards, heat-maps, what-if simulations and remediation plans. The software provides a full set of functionality, best practices, built-in work flow and a decision support system for ORM optimization. easy2comply’s unique architecture enables building a common framework and repository for multiple GRC processes, while allowing each individual project to be managed separately according to its own time frame, functionality, methodology and work flow. easy2comply’s singular software architecture provides the technological basis for enabling GRC convergence and a truly integrated GRC framework.
- IT.12 - Finance/Treasury Risk Management
- IT.26 - Risk Management
Thank you, Al [Fichera], for that warm welcome. It is a pleasure to be speaking here today at the Ninth Annual Policy Conference of the Mutual Fund Directors Forum. The Forum has been at the forefront of fund governance since its creation and continues as an important voice for independent directors.
Nuts and Bolts: Building Your Third-Party FCPA Due Diligence Program (2010) resource Articles OCEG Reviewed
Introduction: What does the Department of Justice want to see in a third-party due diligence program? How much investigation is enough?