RMS 106 - CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

INTRODUCTION

Corporate Governance and Risk Management discuss the role of corporate governance in ensuring that the corporation adds maximum value to society, as well as how to measure corporate performance whiles managing effectively the business risk facing the business.

Learning outcomes

    • The context for the roles of shareholders, owners, and managers.
    • The role of directors as the link between those who provide capital (the shareholders) and the people who use that capital to create value (the managers).
    • Address the roles and responsibilities of board committees and directors of typical corporations.
    • Using specific examples and case studies to illustrate how to fairly measure; management performance to ensure that shareholders’ interests are being met;
    • Illuminate the ways in which COSO Enterprise Risk Management enables organizations of all types and sizes to understand and better manage their risk environments, as well as to make better decisions through use of the COSO ERM framework;
    • Best practices in control frameworks, as well as practical information that will enable you to manage auditor expectations, meet regulatory requirements, and leverage your company’s investment in internal controls in support of business goals and objectives.
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