|2012 State of Compliance Study
PwC and Compliance Week teamed up to survey over 120 senior-level compliance executives at leading U.S. companies. The resulting report summarizes the findings of the study and provides selected benchmarking data in four key areas: Compliance organization scope and support; effectiveness; technology and resources and reporting.
|Resilient growth: Making the most of opportunities away from home.
To re-ignite growth in their businesses, CEO's of companies that aspire to be global leaders have their sights set on fast-growing emerging markets, which are expected to grow twice as fast as developed countries. But, they’re also looking for opportunities that developed markets continue to yield.
To help companies assess market opportunities and craft their growth strategies for the post- recession world, PwC identifies the risks that companies should look out for at each stage of the market lifecycle in this newly released report. Learn how to effectively pinpoint the risks that exist in markets you are targeting and assess how they could impact potential opportunities. This way you are less likely to be caught off guard and are more likely to enjoy the rewards you seek.
The Eurozone crisis: Possible implications and contingency planning for US companies
The complexity of the eurozone ecosystem and the political, financial, and cultural drivers that shape it make predicting the outcome of the eurozone crisis nearly impossible. Significant operational risks remain for US firms operating in the eurozone. This paper outlines potential scenarios, implications for US corporations and what companies are doing now.
Broader perspectives; higher performance. State of Compliance: 2011 Study
PwC and Compliance Week teamed up to survey over 100 senior-level compliance executives at leading U.S. companies. The resulting report summarizes the findings of the study and provides selected benchmarking data in four key areas: Compliance organization reporting relationships and structure; compliance focus, scope and risk; metrics to gauge effectiveness; and budget, staffing and resources
10Minutes on business continuity management
Business Continuity Management (BCM) is about making sure your organization is prepared to survive a catastrophic event that is either man-made or natural, either a one-time or longer-term event, like a pandemic outbreak, or a significant disruption at a critical supplier.
Seizing opportunity: Linking risk and performance
The process of connecting risk and reward starts at strategy setting. When company leaders understand the greatest sources of value creation and destruction across their organizations, when they assign clear accountability for risk management quantify the rewards associated with the risks, they change the decision-making game for their managers.
Exploring emerging risks. Extending Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) to address emerging risks
Emerging risks, also sometimes called global risks, are large-scale events or circumstances that arise from global trends; are beyond any particular party’s capacity to control; and may have impacts not only on the organization but also on multiple parties across geographic borders, industries, and/or sectors, in ways difficult to imagine today. Emerging risks are those large-impact, hard-to predict, and rare events beyond the realm of normal expectations.