Governance, Risk Management & Compliance
ABOUT THE COURSE:
Companies face challenges from external as well as internal factors such as; pressure from shareholders, institutional investors, intense media scrutiny, government regulations, unexpected market fluctuations, exit of key personnel, external currency and trade fluctuations, frauds and scams etc. The Govt. of India amended the Companies Act 1956 and brought in the Companies Act 2013 and Amendment Act 2015. Enforcement of the Companies Act, 2013 was commenced in 2013 with an objective to reduce the administrative and regulatory burdens on companies; good governance, ensure the companies would move in a progressive manner; have a fair, modern and effective framework of company law. It is a modern legislation, which has a strong and modern regulatory mechanism, which will have a substantial impact on the functioning of the directors, senior officers, CFOs, company secretaries, risk officers, compliance officers and internal auditors within the effective corporate governance system.
However, it was observed that there are some difficulties and large number of issues need to be addressed within companies and therefore the School of Corporate Governance and Public Policy is proposed to organise a series of four programme on Governance, Risk Management and Compliance to train the different senior officers of the companies.
The School of Corporate Governance and Public Policy is proposed to organise a series of four programme on Governance, Risk Management and Compliance which will be two-day non-Residential capacity building programmes at different locations in India this year. This "Two-Day Capacity Building Training Programme is specially designed for the senior officials of GRC professionals, including CFO's, company secretaries, risk officers, compliance officers and internal auditors.
The programme will discuss about integrating the three functions (governance, risk management and compliance) for achieving the objectives of a business firm sustainably. This programme aims to provide understanding of the integration process of those three functions. This Programme will foster discussion on practical issues underpinning the theory.