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Internal Audit at a Tipping Point and Ten-Year Trends

May is International Internal Audit Awareness Month. We are celebrating with a series of blog posts focused on internal audit topics and the daily challenges and future of the internal audit profession. 659 more words
Internal Audit

MUSIC: Fete – Coso (Prod. Fete)

Chop Knuckle Entertainment presents “Fete” in new single titled Coso. Fete is an Upcoming music producer, singer, rapper, and song writer, a king’s college old boy, Graduate Urban planner and post graduate architecture student from the prestigious University of Lagos. 51 more words


policyIQ creates Efficient ERM

We want to thank everyone who joined us this week for our latest training session, Enterprise Risk Management in policyIQ.  In this 60 minute webinar, we highlighted how to apply the policyIQ technology to your ERM program. 719 more words


Does Your Audit Committee Charter List Risk Management?

If you are an audit committee member of a public company your audit committee charter might and in some cases must in some manner list risk management oversight as a responsibility. 894 more words

COSO - What is It?

COSO, or the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission, is a sponsor of the National Commission on Fraudulent Financial Reporting.

They’ve developed a standard framework of recommendations on internal controls that can be applied to any type and size of entity. 58 more words

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Fraud: Is Your Nonprofit Ripe for the Picking?

Fraud has always been a concern for nonprofit organizations, and it’s not going away. A recent Association of Certified Fraud Examiners report shows the median loss is more than $100,000.

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Corporate reputation, risk management and governance: the series

From the Volkov Law Group (http://www.volkovlaw.com), a three-part series on reputation damage. In this series, Mr Michael Volkov ponders about the meaning of reputational damage; he later on explains how to face the possible threats a company may face; and at the end he endorses the need for the company’s management to address these dangers through the creation of a senior post for risk-related issues. 58 more words