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Discover the new Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Framework

This course aims to help participants understand and analyze risk management effectiveness in achieving an organization’s strategic objectives. The COSO ERM integrated framework (recently updated in late 2017) will be used as the standard reference for such analysis and evaluation. The course will cover the following components of enterprise risk management:
• Risk Governance and Culture
• Risk, Strategy, and Objective-Setting
• Risk in Execution
• Risk Information, Communication, and Reporting
• Monitoring Enterprise Risk Management Performance

Illustrative tools and cases will be utilized to analyze the components of the framework. Recommendations to strengthen ERM will be evaluated from a cost-benefit analysis.

The course will help participants:
• Recognize the changes and updates to the previous (2004) framework
• Understand the differences between a principle-based vs. a rule-based framework
• Understand the differences between COSO Internal Control framework and COSO ERM framework 
• Identify and analyze risks to achieve an organization's objectives.
• Analyze responses to the risk identified.
• Identify the interrelationships among components of ERM. 
• Evaluate the combined role of the components in achieving an organization's strategic objectives.

Target Audience:

• CEOs and Board of Directors Members
• CFOs, chief accountants, controllers and treasurers 
• Risk managers and staff
• Finance and investment professionals
• Public Accountants and Internal Auditors

Delivery Language: The course is taught in English

Duration: 15 Hours

Delivery Mode: Live, interactive classroom environment 

Course Venue: AuditVisor (Algiers Street)

Course Schedule: 3 days a week (Sat, Mon, Wed), 2.5 hours a day for 2 weeks

Planned Starting Date: 18 February 2018

Cost: Corporate rate: 300 USD. The cost includes the training materials.

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