This particular memo struck a chord with subscribers last week. Last week it held the #3 spot in our Weekly Top 5, which makes sense as public companies are “in the throes” of preparing for their fiscal year-ends, typically involving compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.Read More
Sarbanes-Oxley compliance once was thought to be a relatively static, predictable process that organizations could rely on to be routine and, for the most part, static. Yet market and regulatory changes continue to make this a more dynamic process, with costs and hours continuing to rise for many organizations. The good news is that more organizations are recognizing the benefits of their compliance efforts through improved internal control structure and business processes.Read More
In January 2013, the updated version of the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) Integrated Internal Control Framework (Framework) went into effect (http://www.ic.coso.org). If you’re wondering what this model is, you probably work for a privately held corporation or a non-profit, or are very new to internal audit.
Effective and attractive audit committee reporting is of paramount importance to any internal audit executive.
For the first time in a webinar format, this popular conference presentation showcases successful examples of audit reporting dashboards and other best practices that will help you convey information clearly. This session will cover:
- How to select report content
- What the Committee should expect and when they should expect it
- Benefits and examples of dashboards
- Reporting issues: How much is too much?
- How to report SOX results