Continued corporate collapses, scandals, and catastrophes involve some senior corporate executives, bankers, respected politicians, and ministers in India. The 5th annual Asian GRC Summit in Mumbai will present clear operational guidance on the primary elements of the GRC3 process to solve these issues.

The annual conference will further provide advise on the precise extent of due diligence on the various GRC sub-components like Bribery, Fraud, and Corruption, CSR, IT and cyber crime to prevent or limit future corporate calamities and avoid further distrust in the Indian business and financial markets.

Most global companies in India have probably established good governance, risk management, compliance and IT security (GRC) policies and procedures. However, the continued lack of international growth demands an update or a 'second/third wave' of the GRC intelligence based on the new global mandates, best practices, and structures. During the conference we review;
The 2016 Conference will further focus on Integrity, Ethics, IT-Security, Audit Committees and other related issues. We pledge to provide the board of directors, management, auditors and GRC officers and consultants with the opportunity to discuss the current GRC challenges and to share ideas and information to present the GRC challenges and to develop new strategies with colleagues and experts.

The risks and opportunities presented by a complex regulatory environment in Europe are clear incentives for corrupt behavior make matters worse for the international business group. The conference will focus on providing the participants with a system of GRC controls, tests, procedures, protocols and guidelines that are created to endorse develop and promote compliance with international standards for governance, risk management, 3rd party compliance, human rights, corporate social responsibility.

The Indian corporate community is truly globalised but needs to improve GRC intelligence to optimise and address the new set of challenges and pressures. At the 2016 GRC Summit, international expert presentations will help participants discover that the GRC scenarios can mitigate some of the critical issues in the international business transactions. The overly regulated oversight reporting requires an integrated compliance landscape where good governance results in optimized risk management and automated compliance processes. The journey of Governance, Risk, Compliance and IT-Security (GRC) conformity, requires a holistic approach in addressing the massive overreach.

The 5th annual Asian GRC Summit in Mumbai will once again bring together governance, risk management, compliance, IT security, legal and audit executives from Indian and Asian corporations and get guidance from GRC experts as keynote speakers, concurrent panel sessions, discussions, GRC cases and customised presentations of high-quality and content.

The summit will provide the participants with an appropriate level of knowledge, experience, and objectivity, to form an opinion on how GRC and accounting processes can be implemented, based on the relevant facts and circumstances within the context provided by applicable standards and best practices from the conference.