Governance is built on ethical and transparent leadership. The tone at the top is critical leading into the uncertainties in the future.
As a country with the highest white collar crime rates, this course explores what can be done to change the tide.
King IV requirements and guidance
Strategic direction - The business impact of COVID 19 on the Board and the Exco, stay abreast of issues. Setting and achieving its strategic objectives.
Strategic risks - Heroes and zeroes are emerging in a time of crisis – how to be a hero – the nature and extent of strategic risks.
How can boards take a proactive and leadership role in risk governance?
Revisiting risk appetite and risk tolerance levels.
Ongoing monitoring of residual risk against the risk appetite
Strategic focus on fraud, analyzing why South Africa is regarded as a leader in white-collar crime, identifying root causes.
Governance failures in South Africa - 25 companies analysis
Fraud risk assessments based on the principles of the COSO model
Misappropriation of assets, manipulation of transactions, ICT fraud, cybersecurity and big data.
Ethical culture in organizations and how to establish a control environment conducive to ethical behaviour
The role of combined assurance to improve effective governance and oversight
- Lectures 13
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 3 CPD points
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 289
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
KING IV requirements and the role of the Board
The three lines model and fraud