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Audit committee agenda: Tax risk in focus

KPMG has provided a valuable reference re: 2015 audit committee topics, providing insight into company risks and the importance of governance.

The following extract, from the report provided as reference, addresses tax risks in the following manner: 205 more words

OECD

Citi Vice President and Tech Guy from QQ Solutions Post a Bit Too Much on Social Media?

It’s a daily occurrence in social media for people to post, criticize, threaten and conspire.  The sweeping epidemic of negativity still surprises me, even though it shouldn’t and I wonder what motivates people to do it.    789 more words

Social Media

So, when DO you disclose an extortion threat

New Zealand has just experienced that nightmare scenario dreaded by crisis managers everywhere.  Do you announce a criminal threat against your product? Or will that simply give publicity to dangerous people? 560 more words

Reputation Risk

Tax strategies: New entry in Dow Jones Sustainability Assessment

The RobecoSAM 2014 Corporate Sustainability Assessment, referenced herein, introduced tax strategy criteria in their scoring to address critiques of MNE’s tax structures, tax reporting transparency and tax risks. 123 more words

Tax Risk Management

How the media fan the flames of crisis

The media are increasingly moving from reporting the news to helping create it, and when a corporate crisis is involved the impact can be devastating. 469 more words

Reputation Risk

Managing Your Reputation Risk

One of my favorite virtual friends is Dr. Andrea Bonime-Blanc, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and founder of GEC Risk Advisory LLC, the global governance, risk, integrity, reputation and crisis advisory firm which serves executives, boards, investors and advisors in diverse sectors, growth stages and industries, primarily in the Americas, Europe and Africa, providing strategic and tactical advice to transform risk into value. 1,159 more words

The Reputation Risk Handbook

Hepatitis scare shows how crises don't need facts

When five cases of Hepatitis ‘A’ in Australia were “linked” to eating frozen berries from China, it started a chain of events which reinforce that facts are not necessarily needed to generate a crisis. 420 more words

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