FOR FINANCE Directors there is an increasingly large amount of new and complex regulatory legislation that is challenging for businesses of all sizes. Whether it is legal, regulatory or supply chain mandates the impetus amongst finance leaders to reassess their GRC strategy is increasing. To be able to effectively manage these processes the finance team is having to get even closer to the core data and simplify the methods of extracting such data.
This vital and timely webinar will assess methods to ensure you have the internal processes fine tuned to constantly monitor compliance with published standards in corporate and financial governance such as International Accounting Standards (IAS), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)and other generally accepted accounting principals (GAAP). In addition, the discussion will also cover compliance with international trade standards that could provide additional business challenges.
Join our expert panel as they provide practical insight and recommendations that will allow you to overcome the challenges of controlling risk, effectively handle regulatory compliance and ultimately embrace the opportunities to drive forward business performance.
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