The OECD has released a revised draft of its Corporate Governance Principles—but how revised are they?
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision recently proposed enhancements to its corporate governance principles—are the changes enough to make a difference and avoid future crises and organizational failures?
The IFAC Professional Accountants in Business Committee is developing a response to IESBA’s proposed changes to Part C of the Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants addressing presentation of information and pressure to breach the fundamental principles.
Good governance in the public sector in action! A web portal from the Chilean Supreme Audit Institution allows citizens to evaluate public services and the associated use of public resources.
For the third year in a row, we will be presenting on risk management and internal control at IMA's annual conference, this year in Los Angeles on June 20-24.
IFAC just released a new thought paper arguing that the management of risk should be an integral part of managing an organization.
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision recently published a revised version of its corporate governance principles for banks, which incorporated some of IFAC’s recommendations but changed very little following the consultation period.
If you are passionate about governance, you should read and respond to the latest exposure draft of the revised King Report on Corporate Governance in South Africa.
The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) has issued its updated enterprise risk management framework for public comment.
When the IFAC Professional Accountants in Business Committee met in March, it focused a great deal on risk management, and what IFAC should focus on within this important topic.