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Global Risk Management Issues

The role of 'worst practices' in agile risk management

In the ever-expanding universe of enterprise risk controls, management continuously has a dialog on best practices, which are either recommended by an expert, an organization or adapted from a best-in-class company. The attention to best practices results in risk management processes that are sterile, repetitive, and visible. This predictable development adds nothing new to the business, as you are walking in another person, company or organisations footsteps.

The Risk Management Journey: Think Big, Start Small

Over the past year, boards of directors, management and CXO- C-level officers, continue to face increasing scrutiny from shareholders, regulators, and other stakeholders. The consequences of non-compliance to risk management have become more severe in terms of regulatory enforcement, shareholder litigation and loss of reputation due to market reaction. We expect these trends to continue in the years to come. Therefore, proactive board oversight and management involvement will remain crucial in this challenging corporate environment.

Riskability Governance Watch

Corporate governance issues have recently become a highly discussed and controversial management component, both at the directors and managerial level. In order for the individual company to develop its customized framework and roadmap, each business unit must understand the political, structural and historical development in the organization.

Global Governance Issues

The Copenhagen Compliance® Governance Framework is based on the Nordic Governance Model

Nordic companies have transformed authority and mechanisms of the welfare state and sharpened the corporate governance agenda for strategic business value, development and performance. Here's why and how.

The hottest area of corporate recruitment is the Governance, Risk or Compliance Officer

Fordham Law School has taken into account the increasing demand from the global business community for governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) professionals. Copenhagen Compliance® believes that it GRC is one of the most significant growth areas in legal education. The GRC course offerings globally have been adjusted to respond to the corporate and oversight demand.

New stringent compliance code scare the board of directors away

Global regulators will include banks' and insurers' senior non-executives alongside chairmen in a tight new personal liability regime. The result could be that the codex could deter the old school directors from taking top roles in the industry.

Global IT-Security Issues

Big data means big breaches and needs big guidance

While regulators at best can and must only provide big guidance on the overall IT issues on a moving target. The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), has indicated that their revised legal framework will place extra pressures on people who control data. They need to adopt high standards of verifying consumer's consent to use their information.

GRC3 delivers measurable metrics that meet the demands of multiple stakeholders

The Copenhagen Compliance® GRC3 (Governance, Risk Management, Compliance and IT-security) methodology, lets companies integrate and manage each GRC procedure, process and operation. GRC3 protocols are embedded and integrated in functions and systems that manage core GRC tasks, into a single integrated set of GRC processes and activities.

Global Bribery, Fraud and Corruption Issuess

The ABX of a Copenhagen Charter® Bribery, Fraud and Corruption (BFC) Audit

The assessment of Copenhagen Charter on BFC is to identify key points of BFC oversight and interaction and to provide reasonable assurance for transparency, accountability and visibility in BRF compliance defined tin the roadmap and framework.

Global HR Issues

Leadership Succession Planning Framework

The Copenhagen Compliance® succession planning road map is a structured, robust and healthy leadership talent development tool. Together with the roadmap it delivers a pipeline of qualified internal candidates for possible promotion with significant GRC responsibility as a bonus component.

The one of only ten women running FTSE 250 companies indicates how to transform a company

One of the corporate world's most respected executive believes that it requires a trim waistline, less sleep and daily exercise to improve the bottom line of the company. This is true of the enterprise requires sustainable and large-scale transformation of its business processes. The primary component is not GRC, but hard work, long hours and being in a good shape, fit for fight.

Updating The Code Of Conduct With A Chapter On Practical GRC Issues

Post financial crisis, Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) enforcement is gathering momentum and the dynamic GRC components have a growing interest all over the world. Establishment of global GRC compliance programs is critical to prevent violations, even though companies do not get credit for the quality of the GRC program from the oversight authorities.