Risk Management and Internal Control
As you work on a more global scale and expand your operations you will outsource, relocate and work with subsidiaries. This means you need to adapt the way that you evaluate performance, shareholder profitability and improve transparency.
We work in the following areas to help you manage risks and optimise your processes in this more complex environment:
We can provide the assistance to a proper Governance, and we can help develop your Audit and Internal Controls by:
- Structuring activity
- Providing operational audits and process optimisation
- Providing specialised consultants
- Drafting operational procedures
- Evaluating internal audit function
We can improve risk management by:
- Mapping risks
- Processing risks
- Brainstorming action plans
Internal controls have become the object of increasingly demanding legislation – from the US Sarbanes Oxley Act, to the 4th, 7th and 8th European Directives, Solvency II, Basel II, Financial Security Law, Reference Framework of the FMA, LOLF and Japanese Sox. Compliance with these regulations can often be overwhelming - but it is essential.
Would you like an insight into your business operations to minimise future risks? We can help by installing management and administration systems. We help you comply with these regulations through:
- Project management
- Evaluating internal controls
- Creating and implementing internal control frameworks
- Establishing internal control report
- Assisting with SAS 70 (Type I or II) reports etc
We can call on the local expertise of our global, integrated partnership at any time.
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With GRICONTROL it is intended to replace the redundancy of information that until now was broken up into different Excel sheets in a single Corporate Risk Management System.
Why is it necessary to perform IT Audits in organizations? The majority of business processes are automated and the internal control review of the organization requires the revision of the controls implemented in its Information Systems.
Computer Research and Analysis
We are in an increasingly digital world, where the relationships between people present are replaced by virtual relationships between absent and where evidence that accredits an agreement or an occurrence are also electronic.
An internal complaint system or whistleblowing is the best way to enforce your Corporate Governance.
The Internal Auditor for his / her competencies, experience and position within the organization can contribute significantly to the prevention, detection and response to internal fraud, actively participating in the proposal and implementation of anti-fraud controls.