Thomson Reuters Governance, Risk and Compliance surveyed more than 800 compliance practitioners, including a significant number of heads of compliance and chief executives, from financial services firms around the world between November 2012 and January 2013, to canvass their views on the costs of compliance and the greatest challenges they expected to face during the year ahead. This new Special Report on the findings is essential reading and covers 7 key themes: (more…)
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The company recently surveyed over 1,500 global internal audit practitioners, from all parts of the world, to collect their views on the state of internal audit and their greatest challenges for the year ahead. What we discovered reflects an evolving professional discipline that focuses on internal control, IT risk and security, risk management, compliance and fraud.
Read the special results report for insight on current trends and issues facing the internal audit profession. One vital factor mentioned in easing the pressure on the internal audit function is the need for adequate skilled resources to meet the growing demands and challenges for management and professionals in the field. The often under-valued task of internal audit can be made substantially easier when managers visibly and vocally demonstrate support for the audit function.
It is clear to us from both the number of respondents and the details of the information received that internal audit professionals are faced with an evolving and diverse job, expanding job duties, and challenges with internal and external changes. See more about the press release here, see the report, and learn more about our internal audit solutions.
Should there be more legislation to encourage behavior change and effect a change in the cost of carbon or should we let the market control the price? Will US regulators tighten the Greenhouse Gas Initiative cap and will China be able to run and effective emissions trading scheme? If these questions are on the top of your mind check out the Thomson Reuters Point Carbon’s annual carbon market survey to see what those in the know really think.
New solution helps compliance teams rise to the challenge of global regulatory burden.
20 Mar 2012Thomson Reuters
We recently announced the launch of Accelus Compliance Manager, a single platform that allows firms to track, monitor and understand regulatory changes and connect them to their internal compliance process and workflow.
Combining Thomson Reuters trusted global regulatory intelligence with its leading software platform for governance, risk and compliance, Thomson Reuters Accelus Compliance Manager, connects the five key stages of compliance identified by Thomson Reuters Governance, Risk & Compliance:
Understand, evaluate and map regulatory risk
Identify, monitor and track regulatory change
Define and communicate controls
Monitor, test and audit controls; and
Evidence risk controls to management and regulators.
The launch of Accelus Compliance Manager comes on the back of the results of a recent Thomson Reuters survey of more than 500 compliance professionals globally who report they are often struggling to keep up with the growing demands of global regulation. Accelus Compliance Manager was developed to address this challenge in association with some of the world’s most heavily regulated organizations.