INDIA - 22/11/2017
Global Trends In “Governance, Risk & Controls” Conference - New Delhi
Achromic Point would proudly like to announce its association with MAZARS India as its Knowledge Partner for its upcoming conference on “Global Trends in Governance, Risk & Controls” scheduled in New Delhi on November 22, 2017 at Hotel Holiday Inn, Aerocity.
This seminar is a practical, hands-on program designed to help participants with tangible skills that can be applied immediately to implement on Governance, Compliance and Risk framework at the organization. All discussions in this seminar will be based on real-world situations with help of practical case studies. Throughout the program, you will cover the “Hot topics” surrounding GRC. Attendees will learn the ways to adopt a risk culture and the types of risk assessments.
In this Conference, Delegates will get to that how Companies need well designed and operational compliance programme that will support the growth and gives comfort to the Board and Investors. Also will get to know what that needs to be performed during the risk process to major events: acquisitions and divestitures.
Topics Being Covered:-
Session – 1
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN EMERGING MARKETS
- Introductory Remarks
- The Definition of Corporate Governance
- Global Governance Issues
o What is Changing in Indian Scenario
o Explore the Components to Position the Regulatory Governance and Compliance Structure & Goal
Session – 2
GOVERNANCE & RISK
- Corporate Governance Scandals
- What are the principle issues of Corporate Governance?
- Establishing the right regulatory governance oversight structure
- The Oversight of risk; assigning responsibility in management/Can a healthy governance program achieve the dual goal of preventing regulatory process delinquency and at the same time promote a healthy corporate governance culture to respond to the oversight authorities demands.
- The Role of Chief Risk Officer, Internal Auditors and CFO in strong Corporate Governance; together they can set up an exceptionally strong governance structure.
- How can a global governance program have both independence to perform and power to comply.
Session – 3
PANEL DISCUSSION – (ANATOMY OF A FINANCIAL CRIME)
- Heightening awareness about the steps involved in the identification and investigation of financial crime
- Understanding the analysis undertaken to identify possible criminal activity
- Raising awareness concerning real life “Red Flags” seen in daily financial services activities
Session – 4
CYBER CRIME AND CYBER SECURITY
- Gaining insight into the scale of cybercrime and threats specific to the financial services sector
- Reviewing initiatives to combat cybercrime and practical steps to detect and mitigate risks to your organization
- Learning best practice measure adopted by international and private sector oraganizations to combat cybercrime risks.
- Formulating strategic understanding about cyber security measure to maximize the benefits gained from controls and prevent cybercrime attacks
Session – 5
PPT – (RISK MANAGEMENT & COMPLIANCE: A PARTNERSHIP THROUGHOUT THE FIRM)
- Enterprise Risk Management for Companies: The New Discipline
o Measuring the adoption of an enterprise risk management system
o Addressing the performance issues and gaps between the implemented and the adopted enterprise risk management
- Case Study from Corporates
- Connection between risks throughout the firm and the application to compliance
PANEL DISCUSSION – (STRENGTHENING COMPLIANCE, OVERSIGHT WITH PROACTIVE RISK MANAGEMENT APPROACH)
- Current status of risk management adopted by mid to large Corporates
- How the oversight of Board and Audit Committee is changing with respect to risk management and compliance program
- Key Steps (2) applied in past that benefitted Compliance Oversight immensely – Experience of Eminent Panelist
- Forward view and Compelling step to make the Risk Management Approach and Governance Oversight practical and effective
Session – 6
PANEL DISCUSSION – (MANAGING COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL RISKS OF GST)
- The Fundamental purpose of GST is to Act as a tax on a final consumption. GST, however, can create costs in unlimited ways as it passes through the supply chain. This session will demonstrate how GST will not have significant cash flow implication on the business when financial management is in order and examine how that can be achieved.
- Bharat Dhawan
Managing Partner, Mazars India
- Sunil Kalra
Partner- Governance, Risk & Internal Control and Forensic Investigation, Mazars India
- Sanjiv Dagar
Managing Counsel, Legajoist
- Surath Mukherjee
Head- Internal Audit & Risk assurance, Dalmia Bharat Group
- Sandeep Chilana
Partner, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas
- Preeti Wadhawan
Head Legal & Compliance, Springer Nature, India
- Sanjeev Sood
Corporate Vice President & Head Internal Audit, Max Life Insurance Company Ltd
9:00 am - 5:00 am
Hotel Holiday Inn, Aerocity, New Delhi
Download Link : GRC Brochure_V11.pdf