Governance is the responsibility of senior executive management and focuses on creating organizational transparency by defining the mechanisms an organization uses to ensure that its constituents follow established processes and policies.


A proper governance strategy implements systems to monitor and record current business activity, takes steps to ensure compliance with agreed policies, and provides for corrective action in cases where the rules have been ignored or misconstrued.*

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Risk Management

Risk Management and the requirements for an efficient and effective Risk Management resurgence in the interest of companies through proposed amendments to legal regulations, such as SOX or BilMoG. In addition have unexpected events, such as the sub-prime

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crisis, the current financial crisis, or the rapid rise in raw materials, in particular in energy prices, hit many companies without mitigation strategies in place. These losses are largely due to errors in company checks, so-called control weaknesses.

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For corporations it is necessary to comply with regulatory requirements and demonstrate reliable internal control frameworks for financial reporting. Compliance with regulations and legislation is getting increasingly more complex. Whether it is the Sarbanes-Oxley Act,


the Basel Capital Accord (Basel II), KonTraG, the 8th EU Directive, BilMoG, or whether international accounting standards (U.S. GAAP, IAS / IFRS, local GAAP). The compliance with legal requirements and regulations is a challenging task. For corporations the requirements to establish or expand their internal control framework provide an enormous burden.

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