Risk and Controls Agility: Finance Transformation Solution Set
Create and protect value
CFOs play a critical role in helping their organizations find the appropriate balance between risk and reward. Deloitte’s1 Risk and Controls Agility Solution Set helps Finance leaders identify risk areas, bridge silos to effectively manage risk, and pursue intelligent risk-taking to create value.
The value killers revisited
This study examines the drivers of major value losses from 2003 through 2012. The losses, while distinct, were often driven by similar underlying risks across five major themes.
FP&A: What’s risk got to do with it?
The practical application of risk-adjusted approaches within and across business units can help integrate strategic planning with risk and finance.
Social business: Taming compliance risks
Without an eye toward compliance and governance risk, the social tools that CFOs see as fundamentally changing their business, could in fact harm it.
The Case for vetting global business partners
CFOs should consider potential areas to strengthen their companies’ compliance programs.
Why improving board communications is time well spent
CFOs have to establish effective relationships with their boards to both fulfill their fiduciary responsibilities and advance their agendas.
Balancing the risk-return equation
How CFOs can use risk-adjusted forecasting and planning to protect and enhance value, boost confidence,and manage risk.
Guarding against cyber threats
How to take a more risk intelligent view of cyber threats and steps companies can take toward more effective cyber threat risk governance.
Five questions about applying analytics to risk management
Vivek Katyal, principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP answers five questions risk leaders frequently ask today about how best to apply an analytics approach to the job of risk management.
Risk information services: Delivering value through risk and regulatory analytics
Risk and regulatory analytics provides information to navigate challenging economic conditions and complex regulatory environments, with the insight and foresight that only analytics can provide.
Risk assessment in practice
This new whitepaper, developed with COSO, explores the importance of developing risk assessment criteria, assessing risks and risk interactions, as well as prioritizing risks.
Five questions on corporate governance and risk
In this issue, Nicole Sandford, partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP, offers her thoughts on some questions commonly asked about the role of the board as it relates to corporate governance, risk oversight and culture.
Five questions on managing risk in the midst of volatility
In this issue, Mark Carey, partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP, answers some important questions on managing risk in the midst of volatility.
Five questions on the possibility of corporate tax reform — and the risks it could introduce
In this issue of Risk Angles, Jonathan Traub, principal, Deloitte Tax LLP, offers his thoughts on some questions commonly asked about this important issue.
Aftershock: Adjusting to the new world of risk management
This new survey report by Deloitte and Forbes Insights details the responses of 192 executives on how they are responding to a volatile, highly changeable risk environment and positioning for the future.
Five questions on cultivating a risk intelligent culture
In this issue of Risk Angles, Eddie Barrett, director, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and Scott Baret, partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP, answer some important questions on developing a Risk Intelligent culture.
Steps the C-suite and board can take to guard against cyber threats
Cyber attacks can hurt a business in a several ways, from vandalizing its website to shutting down networks, perpetrating fraud and stealing intellectual property. The need to take an enterprise-wide approach to safeguarding against such attacks is gaining attention from boards of directors and executives across the C-suite. Learn about steps that can be taken to establish an effective cyber threat risk governance program.
Tax risks for U.S.-based multinational organizations
Uncertainty in the tax landscape remains, particularly for U.S.-based multinational organizations managing tax risk across borders. Significant tax regulatory areas that typically require management attention and audit committee oversight include indefinite reinvestment, realizability of deferred tax assets and effectiveness of internal controls of foreign operations, as discussed in Deloitte’s “Audit Committee Brief.”
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