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This course provides practical guidance, knowledge and tools to elevate the tangible strategic and operational value that a compliance function can deliver, while effectively dealing with typical compliance challenges.

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When: 4 February 2020
8am - 4pm
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IRMSA Training Centre
144 Katherine Street, Grayston Ridge Office Park
Block A, First Floor
Sandton, Gauteng  2196
South Africa
Presenter: Christelle Marais
Contact: Zandie Nyembe
0115551800


Online registration is available until: 2020/01/31
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The King IV Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa 2016 emphasises the achievement of four outcomes: (i) ethical culture, (ii) good performance, (iii) internal controls and (iv) legitimacy, also when dealing with compliance risk.

Principle 4 of King IV also requires the governing body (board or executive authority) to appreciate that the organisation’s core purpose, its risks and opportunities, strategy, business model, performance and sustainable development are all inseparable elements of the value creation process.

For this reason, this course provides practical guidance, knowledge and tools to elevate the tangible strategic and operational value that a compliance function can deliver, while effectively dealing with typical compliance challenges.

Furthermore, principle 13 of King IV requires of the governing body to govern compliance not only with applicable laws, but also with adopted, nonbinding rules, codes and standards in a way that supports the organisation being ethical and a good corporate citizen.

Therefore, the course also aims to position principle 13 (compliance) in relation to the other principles, especially principle 11 (risk management) in context of risk-based compliance and principle 15 (assurance) in context of combined assurance.

Through this alignment, the organisation’s compliance programme effectively supports the business to focus on its core purpose and enables the governing body and other role players to ensure delivery on the organisation’s mandate.

 

Who should attend?

  • Risk professionals dealing with compliance risk
  • Compliance professionals aligning with risk managers in their organisations
  • Internal auditors (dealing with risk and compliance as part of combined assurance)
  • Governance officers (company secretaries, directors, committee members, prescribed officers)

 

Benefits of attending

 

This course will address questions and provide practical guidance on aspects such as:

  • How to assist top management and the governing body to execute their duty of oversight of compliance risk (including advice on the compliance strategy and the questions that should be asked).
  • How to evaluate the effectiveness and independence of the compliance function.
  • Supporting top management to engender a compliance culture in the organisation.
  • Developing a compliance programme that is suitable for the organisation and to obtain top management’s approval for the programme.
  • Innovation in terms of development of the compliance skills sets (to address the increasing complexity of the role), improved processes and use of technology.
  • Integration of frameworks, roles and responsibilities of the various assurance providers to reduce cost and optimise value to the organisation.


Costs

Members: R 4 196.54 ex vat

Non-Members: R 4 536.80 ex vat

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