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22-23 September 2014
Apr 2-3, 2015, Thimphu, Bhutan
Chairman's Message
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July 16, 2014, Bangalore




Secretary General Kersi F. Porbunderwalla will speak and conduct a CSR workshop at the 9th Annual Conference Audit, Risk & Governance Africa on Inspiring Leadership, Good Governance & Accountability in African Business & Government.

During the 1 - 5 SEPTEMBER 2014 AT THE ZAMBEZI SUN HOTEL, VICTORIA FALLS, LIVINGSTONE – ZAMBIA.



The Copenhagen Compliance® International GRC Forum (CCF) provides a world class platform to capture the global perspectives on Governance, Risk Management, Compliance and IT-Security (GRC) issues, strongly coupled with leadership & workplace innovation for your personal satisfaction and growth. Our goal is to prepare you to be active and engaged, gather intelligence about your eco system and enhance your contribution to the corporate world.
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In-Source compliance expert to handle your ad hoc compliance matters

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Setting the African and international CSR scene – to the current CSR reality

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Governance, Risk Management, Compliance and IT-Security (GRC)
Cold Eyes Review Process (CERP)

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Reasons to Take a Business Approach to GRC

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In-House Training

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Surveys and Survey results:
Audit Committee Survey results
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Copenhagen Compliance® was established in 2006 to support comprehensive global oversight on Good Governance, Risk Management, Compliance and IT Security (GRC) issues.

The advisory assignments undertaken by Copenhagen Compliance are based on our Maturity Model, Framework and CERP® methodology that provides a Roadmap for enhanced GRC stakeholder reporting. LEAN GRC implementations and independent review on the GRC effectiveness are based on the defined principles and practices of Copenhagen Compliance.

The implementation assignments undertaken by Copenhagen Compliance® are further based on;
  • Convergence, integration and management of GRC policies to business process management
  • Risk management actions are based on IT tools for consistency and handling of quality data
  • Automating GRC structures in the organization.
Additional services include; interim GRC personnel (search and selection), CERP (independent analysis on GRC effectiveness), In-house training, conferences and webinars and Copenhagen Compliance GRC Forum for updates and networking.