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The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 made company executives personally responsible not only for the accuracy of their company’s financial statements and disclosures, but also for reporting on the effectiveness of its Internal Controls. Complying with the requirements of the Act can seem like an overwhelming task, but this entertaining and informative presentation will walk you through the latest requirements quickly and easily.
Why Should You Attend
Complying with the requirements of the Act can seem like an overwhelming task, but this presentation will walk you through the requirements quickly and easily.
Objectives of the Presentation
Ignorance is no longer an excuse!
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 makes CEO’s and CFO’s personally responsible not only for the accuracy of their financial statements and disclosures, but also for reporting on the effectiveness of the company’s Internal Controls.
Areas Covered in the Session
» The 3 critical questions: Is it accurate? Are you sure? Can you prove it?
» Enron: The Destruction of Investor Confidence
» Accountability and Disclosures of Signing Officers
» Updates and Highlights of the Act
» Penalties under the Act
» Assessing the Risk of Misstatement
» Specific departmental concerns
» The Future of SOX
Who Will Benefit
» Board members
» External auditors
» Compliance professionals
» Operational professionals
» Finance professionals
» Internal auditors
1. Company Executives
3. Financial Managers
4. Financial Controller
5. Department Managers
6. Anyone involved in the SOX compliance process
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