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Risk Management and Internal Control
The update of the 2004 framework highlights the importance of enterprise-wide risk management in strategic planning.
There are powerful reasons why corporate finance teams should be key participants in their business’s sustainability journeys.
Accountants in all industries can play a meaningful role in the mitigation of model risk at their organizations.
Questions about AU-C Section 315 are addressed.
Whether it means taking external auditors into executive session or getting candid opinions on staff, audit committee members need to provide strong oversight to help the organization thrive and survive.
How much do you know about the foundational principles of an effective fraud risk management program? Test your knowledge in this month’s 5-question quiz.
Here are seven steps small and medium-size companies can take to prevent fraud in the procurement-to-pay process.
The AICPA has issued new TQAs about controls relevant to the audit and control activities relevant to the audit.
The framework gives an organization’s management criteria for explaining its cybersecurity risk management program and provides CPAs with guidance to be used in engagements to report on clients’ cybersecurity controls.
Top-performing companies in risk management are more likely to project revenue and profit growth, according to a PwC report that offers steps for organizations to better embed strategy into risk management practices.
Risk management initiatives must evolve as an organisation’s risk exposures change. These days, all entities are taking a harder look at how they manage risk, according to an annual survey.
Small and midsize multinational companies can use these strategies to manage the risks of volatile foreign currency exchange rates.
One answer at a time, organizations can identify and address critical risks.
Executives ranked the business environment as riskier than in previous years, but many don’t plan to devote more resources to risk management, according to a new survey.
The document offers strategies for deterrence.
Developing a transparent anti-fraud culture and conducting periodic risk assessments are important steps for organizations in deterring fraud.
The proposal would clarify concepts introduced in 2004.
Reducing negative surprises and improving resource allocation are among the benefits of integrated enterprise risk management, according to the proposed framework update by COSO.
Sell-side due diligence can help identify potential problems with finances, systems, and culture when a company is considering whether to merge, acquire, or be acquired.