to be transparent, accountable and maintain oversight, on the nonfinancial
reporting, documenting corporate social responsibility .
The Nordic Corporate Social Responsibility approach is to make
a recognized assurance improve Good Governance, Risk Management, and
Compliance defaults and redesign the processes and do more than what
it is generally expected of accountable global and local companies.
2015 Tone-at- the-Top worry is on Reputational Risk
While executive directors often blame regulatory risks for taking
much of their time, the concern for reputation risks has grown over
the years. The high-profile media coverage e.g. the BP oil spill in
the Gulf of Mexico, the global LIBOR and HSBC scandals, that has lead
to even greater banking regulation. The FIFA scandal that continued
for a couple of decades, before US authorities put their foot down,
or Petrobras scandal in Brazil, has changed the tone-at-the-top agenda.
to address the Global CSR, Governance, Compliance and Accountability
Providing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to the society,
means to make a documented effort and promise to improve Governance,
Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) defaults in the organisation
and to do more than what it is expected of responsible companies for
you calculated the price tag of the next cyber breach?
There are some global surveys on cyber threat and the defense of
IT-Security with vital statistics to safeguard the company and ensure
proper business continuity. In most more than half the respondents
believe that a successful cyber-attack is likely in 2015 and phishing,
malware, and zero-days are of primary concern.
Internet is Neither Secure Nor a Private Place to Hang Out
Ashley Madison is a dating site that markets itself to married
people who want to have 'discreet' encounters on the side. Recently
a hacker threatened to expose all of the members' identities unless
the CEO shuts down the site.
IT- and Cybersecurity breaches and attacks are multi-level and multi-channel
The IT- and Cybersecurity day on the 19th October 2015 at The Technical
university of Denmark is designed for board members and senior management,
IT managers, risk, governance and compliance managers, their supporting
team members, CFO's, and individuals interested in updating their
IT and Cybersecurity risk management knowledge.
are the multi-jurisdictional issues of the OECD's Common Reporting
Standard (CRS) Part I/II
The Standard for Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information
in Tax Matters, including the Commentary on the Common Reporting Standard
(CRS), seeks to establish the automatic exchange of tax information
as the new global standard. The electronic exchange of information
involves the systematic and periodic transmission of 'bulk' taxpayer
information from the country that is the source of the payment to
the taxpayer's country of residence.
the regulatory overreach with business initiatives, IT & GRC strategy.
Piecemeal compliance with each regulatory measure is no longer
a valid option. An estimated 20-40% of future compliance cost can
be avoided if overlaps, duplication, models, transactions, reporting
and record retention issues are addressed in an uniform, integrated,
timely and structured manner.Manage the wave of new global regulatory
compliance, control costs and start the compliance, IT/data management
& process automation journey.
the HSBC, Forex trading probe, Libor and other major financial scandals
lead to more regulatory compliance for the financial services industry?
How many compliance failures are enough to contain the global financial
scandals? That is the question the global oversight authorities are
asking each other when the question of regulatory overreach is discussed.
A growing chorus of public outrage may prompt criminal prosecution
of HSBC executives and spark a new wave of regulations in the financial
Tolerance is an expedition to achieve the golden goal of zero tolerance
for Bribery, Fraud and Corruption
The Scandinavian countries are the least corrupt countries with
order, democratic processes, and an excellent management culture.
This global standing requires an individual obligation to implement
reasonable and practical business processes with all stakeholders.
Therefore, Copenhagen Compliance has since 2006 held a series of conferences,
meetings and seminars on Bribery, Fraud and Corruption (BFC) issues
on four continents.
scandal is another blow to Japan's Corporate Governance codes.
Another of the world's biggest accounting scandals surfaced when
Japan�s Toshiba joined the long list of massive corporate financial
scandals, which include BCCI, Enron, Lehman, and Olympus. The scandal
at Toshiba has worried global investors due to the corporate governance
issues with antiquated oversight of top managers, as companies have
cooked the books throughout history and worldwide.