Faculty Resources: Assurance and Enterprise Risk Services

Deloitte professionals work together to see beyond the numbers. Our future professionals need to understand the complexity of issues, such as performance, privacy, risk, controls and data analysis. We also want to aid students in their understanding on how to develop and deploy an integrated program for identifying, measuring, controlling and monitoring compliance risks.

Communication skills are also essential as every day our professionals are required to provide guidance to executive boards, management and shareholders in understanding, adopting and supporting various governing literature and governance practices. Staying informed presents a daily challenge to everyone who deals with the complex, ever-changing world of financial reporting. Deloitte's timely email publications and webcasts aim to help college and university faculty understand and respond to accounting developments as they occur.

This is even more vital as the movement toward International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as a single set of globally accepted accounting standards is quickly gathering momentum. IFRS is rapidly gaining acceptance around the world, spurring U.S. companies to assess the potential implications of adopting the standards. To address questions around IFRS, Deloitte has released various publications and tools to help faculty respond to this changing environment.

Assurance and Enterprise Risk Services resources

Overview: Auditor Independence Education Materials
Overview: IFRS University Consortium
Overview: Trueblood Case Studies
Overview: Corporate Governance
Overview: Sarbanes-Oxley
Overview: Risk Consulting 


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