As the economic and business disruptions due to COVID-19 evolves, organisations are faced with an extreme level of uncertainty and constantly changing business conditions. These have resulted in operational and control difficulties leading to a significant increase in the level of exposure to fraud, corruption and other associated risks in most organisations. This course focuses on equipping participants with comprehensive knowledge of leading corruption and business risk management practices and frameworks for navigating this turbulent time in an agile and pragmatic manner.
Who Should Participate?
- Chief Executive Officers
- Board of Directors
- Chief Financial Officers
- Chief Risk Officer
- Chief Governance Officers
- Chief Compliance Officers
- Chief Operating Officers
- Chief Audit Executives
- Heads of Internal Control
- Senior Managers of Public and Private Companies
- Board/Company Secretaries
- General Counsels
- Legal Advisers
- Members of Social and Ethics Board Committees
- Money Laundering Reporting Officers (MLROs)
- Members of Risk & Audit Committees
After completing this course, participants will understand, know, and be able to:
- Respond to the new developments by re-assessing and mitigating the evolving business and corruption risk in the context of the COVID-19 emergency and the aftermath.
- Redefine best practices in risk management and build adequate corporate resilience to global risks impacting business sustainability, benchmarking them against global business ethics standards.
- Strengthen executive oversight and monitoring of fraud, ethics, and corruption risk during the COVID-19 emergency and in the aftermath, especially in relation to the statutory responsibilities of directors, company officers, MLROs, and senior managers.
- Develop effective corporate policies that enhances the fraud, corruption and ethical risk mitigation infrastructure of the company in order to protect the People, Planet and Profit.