COSO: Internal Control, Risk and Reward

“Regarding the implementation of the new framework, the most important thing I can think of is the need to apply it with a top-down, risk-based focus and approach.  Applying the framework as a checklist is not what COSO intended. “  -  Jim DeLoach, Protiviti

Register for this 5-part series offered by FEI and Protiviti to learn how you can manage implementation of COSO’s updated internal control framework – due this year – to minimize issues internally, with your auditors and regulators.

Learn all of the 17 new principles – with special emphasis on the new COSO requirement that management conduct a fraud risk assessment – and learn how to optimize the value and minimize the cost and time associated with mapping your current system of internal control to identify any gaps measured against the updated COSO framework.

Leverage your investment of time in tuning into this webcast series, and understanding and applying COSO’s updated internal control framework, to minimize the risk of fraudulent financial reporting, and maximize opportunities for operational and financial reward.

All webinars in this series are complimentary.  Please register for each individual event that you would like to attend.  If you have any questions, contact Lark Scheierman at 720.264.2941 or lark.scheierman@protiviti.com

 

Recorded Webinars:

Webinar Date: Wednesday, May 28 12:00-1:30 pm ET
Topic: COSO 2013 - What’s New, What’s Changed, Why Does it Matter and Other Frequently Asked Questions

Speakers: Protiviti

In May 2013, COSO released a revised and updated Internal Control Framework which will officially replace the 1992 framework by December 15, 2014, although organizations can begin using and benefitting from the revised framework immediately.

This webinar is specifically designed to address your questions about implementing the new COSO framework. 

  

Webinar Date: Wednesday, June 4, 12:00-1:30 pm ET
Topic: COSO 2013 - Managing the Project for Success

Speakers: Protiviti

Transitioning to COSO’s 2013 Internal Control-Integrated Framework is top of mind for many organizations. How do you get started? Where is the best place to begin? When is the best time to start? If you are asking these questions, you are not alone. 

This webinar is specifically designed to address your questions about managing a project to implement the New Framework, including a perspective for pre-IPO companies.

  

Webinar Date: Wednesday, June 11, 12:00-1:30 pm ET
Topic: COSO 2013 - Mapping Controls to Principles

Speakers: Protiviti

How do you get started transitioning to the COSO 2013? How do you map controls to principles or vice versa? What are some of the preliminary findings organizations are seeing as they head down the path to implement the New Framework?

Join us, to learn a logical approach to mapping controls to principles. We'll discuss the connection of the New Framework implementation process to the common findings from the PCAOB inspection reports. And we'll highlight preliminary insights from our clients that have started to implement the New Framework.

1.5 CPE credits will be provided to qualifying attendees.

  

Webinar Date: June 18, 12:00-1:30 pm ET
Topic: COSO 2013 - The Implications to IT Controls

Speakers: Protiviti

This webinar is specifically designed to address your questions about IT implications to implementing COSO 2013.

Join us to learn about connecting IT to the COSO principles and the impact to existing IT SOX documentation. We will also link the New Framework to other frameworks and discuss the impact of PCAOB inspection reports on IT documentation.

1.5 CPE credits will be provided to qualifying attendees.

  

Webinar Date: Wednesday, June 25, 12:00-1:30 pm ET
Topic: COSO 2013 - Assessing Fraud Risk in ICEFR and Implementation Insights Panel

Speakers: 
Steve McNally, Campbell Soup Company
Ray Purcell, Pfizer
Keith Kawashima, Protiviti
Pam Verick, Protiviti
John Beeler, Salesforce.com
Nick Moscaritolo, TeleTech

This webinar is specifically designed to address your questions about assessing fraud risk in ICEFR when implementing the New Framework.

Join us to learn about connecting fraud to the implementation process. We will also host a panel discussion with leaders from organizations currently implementing the New Framework.

1.5 CPE credits will be provided to qualifying attendees.