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Risk and compliance

Thought leadership from Deloitte can help you evaluate complex issues, develop fresh approaches to problems and implement practical solutions. Explore some of the most recent risk and compliance content on this page and check back frequently for new materials.

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  • Deloitte launches Global Centre for Crisis Management to help clients prepare, respond and recover from growing threats
    Graeme Newton, ex CEO of the world renowned Queensland Reconstruction Authority, joins professional services firm Deloitte Australia to lead its Australian Crisis Management business
  • A trillion dollar issue
    The impact of financial crime on an organisation’s brand, reputation and revenue is significant.
  • Culture for sceptics: The catalyst for strategy and transformation
    This article explores the critical interdependence between organisational risk culture and the achievement of strategic goals.
  • Cybercrime is not just a tech problem
    Cybercrime is increasing in frequency, size and sophistication so technological defences alone are no longer sufficient.
  • Protecting the knowledge economy
    While the value of intellectual property (IP) can be difficult to quantify, protecting inventions, designs, images, symbols and logos, as well as systems, processes, business plans, and customer lists developed by individuals or businesses is critical.
  • Commercial contracting – risks and red flags
    In this article, we look at key trends in commercial contracting and highlight some of the red flags and key commercial terms which should be considered to mitigate contract risk and assist parties to realise the intended value embedded in contracts.
  • Fraud and corruption health check – why you need it and what should it look like
    The risks and realities of fraud and corruption are widely recognised as a significant issue for organisations, regardless of industry or geography.
  • Risk appetite frameworks
  • Exploring strategic risk
    Deloitte recently surveyed more than 300 executives from major companies around the world to understand how businesses are managing strategic risk — now and in the future.
  • Aligning risk and the pursuit of shareholder value
    Good risk management gives you the confidence to make tough decisions in disrupted markets.
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