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This webinar is designed to help directors better understand and oversee risk, including embedded vulnerabilities and compounding effects from multiple risks.
Increasing scrutiny is being placed on the board in risk oversight for not-for-profit organizations. However, directors of not-for-profit organizations, including charities, face unique challenges in overseeing enterprise risk management in a regulatory environment of varied, and at times, disparate funder and stakeholder demands. Directors must assess themselves and their environment to better understand risk within their context as well as be aware of any changes that may impact them.
Directors also need to be actively and directly engaged in the oversight of risk management processes, yet confident that management has a system to bring the organization's most material risks to the board's attention.
This webinar is based on CPA Canada's A Framework for Enterprise Risk Oversight for Directors. It is designed to help directors better understand and oversee risk, including embedded vulnerabilities and compounding effects from multiple risks.
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Member Development and Support
May 22, 2019
Explore important emerging technologies in accounting, business and finance at this must-attend conference for senior leaders. Connect with peers, experts and pioneers on best-fit technology solutions for your clients or organization.
This event has multiple dates and locations. See event details for more information.
Are you a preparer, director, practitioner, investor or contributor who reports, oversees, assesses or uses performance measures? Learn how you can help improve the quality of performance measures by leveraging this framework.
April 25, 2019
This webinar, part of CPA Canada's IFRS webinar series, provides you with the latest updates on issues of relevance to Canadian public companies, including key changes to IFRS and Canadian securities legislation.