CAE Agenda: Your Monthly Audit News Roundup
Illuminating the Top Global Risks in 2020
Innovation, Talent, Culture, Security, Regulations and the Economy Are Major Concerns for Boards and Executives
NEWS AND TRENDS
While it remains to be seen what exact details of the capital rule the newly appointed director Mark Calabria might change or keep intact, he said on December 10 that his goal is to be able to issue his own iteration of the capital framework “sometime early in the first quarter.”
[Source: American Banker]
On December 16, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision launched its consolidated Basel Framework. The framework brings together all of the Basel Committee's global standards for the regulation and supervision of banks and presents them on a new section of its website.
Bloomberg’s annual list of the most important trends, challenges and companies to watch in the New Year.
As in prior years, Protiviti has identified several agenda items for audit committees to consider in the upcoming year. In formulating these agenda items, we considered input from our interactions with client audit committees as well as insights from roundtables and surveys we conducted during 2019 and discussions with directors in numerous forums.
At Protiviti, we have identified four key areas where LPM can play a greater role than traditionally considered in enhancing an institution’s bottom line and stability.
As part of Protiviti’s mission of helping institutions navigate today’s challenging economic and regulatory environment, several of the firm’s advisors recently shared their wide-ranging views on how boards of directors can help companies break the mold to unlock their creativity and address the effects of digital disruption. This blog covers ten ideas that can help to stimulate innovation.