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GRC2015

GRC2015 is the GRC Institute’s annual conference which attracts hundreds of professionals and suppliers in governance, risk and compliance who are looking for inspiration and new ways to tackle their roles as instigators and motivators for change.

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ACL 2015 Connections

GRC 20/20’s Michael Rasmussen will be presenting at ACL’s Annual User Conference Let’s Put Your Insight In The Spotlight You know things. You have insight into risk but you’ve also noticed opportunities to materially improve the health of the entire organization. Let’s put your insight into the spotlight so you can take your rightful place…

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Enterprise Policy Management 101

As organizations expand their operations to newer markets and engage with more suppliers and governments, numerous complex regulations arise too. Consistent, agile, and effective policy management is a cornerstone for any organization to overcome regulation compliance challenges and achieve desired objectives.

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IBM Vision 2015: Governance, Risk & Compliance

Drive Growth. Manage Risk. Optimize Performance. GRC 20/20’s Michael Rasmussen will be attending IBM Vision 2015 Governance, Risk & Compliance Track as an industry analyst and pundit. This track demonstrates how the capabilities of IBM OpenPages and other IBM Smarter Risk solutions can help your company build trust, drive profitable growth and address the increasing…

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MetricStream GRC Summit 2015

Maximize Business Performance Through ‘GRC Journey’ The MetricStream GRC Summit 2015 will bring together thought leaders, analysts, partners, and customers who have embarked on a Journey towards Pervasive GRC, with the goal of achieving superior business performance. Pervasive GRC is MetricStream’s vision for the future, enabling individuals, organizations, governments, and societies at large to: Adapt to changing technology…

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Compliance Agility by Design: Strategies for Creating a Sustainable Program

Now that you have hired an army of compliance experts in response to the onslaught of new regulations, how do you get them to march to the same drummer? The massive influx of compliance professionals into the financial services industry has resulted in a stovepipe or silo’ed approach to compliance risk management, making it difficult to get an understanding of relative risks and allocate resources effectively among those risks. Forward thinking companies are looking for points of integration and focusing on a higher level of relationships and interactions among compliance professionals.

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Findings from the OCEG 2015 GRC Maturity Survey

Join us for a preview of key findings of the OCEG GRC Maturity Survey. Michael Rasmussen, Chief GRC Pundit at GRC 20/20 and OCEG Fellow will present an analysis that addresses: The level of integration of risk, compliance and performance activities and controls The degree of confidence in ability to identify and manage risks and…

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The Agile Organization: GRC as a Transformational Process

Business is complex; gone are the years of simplicity in business operations. Exponential growth, globalization, distributed operations, changing processes, competitive velocity, complex business relationships, disruptive technology, multiplying regulations, and explosion of business data encumbers organizations of all sizes. Keeping complexity and change in sync is a significant challenge for boards and executives, as well as all levels of business operations.

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Model Risk Management

Financial services organizations rely on models to analyze and represent outcomes that feed into the strategy, products, pricing, and risk. While models are critical to the business they are often seen as a mere tool without a full appreciation for their relationship and impact on the organization’s, decisions, and operations. Expanding use of models across the organization reflects the extent to which models improve business decisions. However, models come with risks when internal errors or misuse results in bad decisions. Regulators are increasing regulatory requirements and scrutiny into how financial services organizations govern and use models. To address increased regulatory scrutiny, but more importantly provide integrity to performance and strategy, financial services organizations need to provide a structured approach for model risk management. This approach needs to address the governance, lifecycle, and architecture of models to mitigate risk while capitalizing on the value when properly used. This includes the governance of end user computing controls that are the operational fabric of many models. Spreadsheets are the particular subject of increased regulatory scrutiny and control.

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How to Tackle Social Accountability Risks in Third Party Relationships

In today’s competitive environment, organizations are looking to achieve sustainable growth as they move towards their business objectives. With growing dependency on third parties, the strategies to achieve these objectives need to evolve. Effectively managing international labor standards, social compliance and safety in extended ecosystem is critical to managing risk. This rising social and regulatory…

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