In order to provide finance professionals with a foundation on which to develop their approach to BCM, a new CGMA tool called “Business Continuity Management: Key Strategies and Processes” has now been made available.
Business continuity management (BCM) capabilities enable organisations to restore their businesses to normal operations following an unanticipated disaster or business interruption.
Over 72% of Respondents Say their Finance Teams Have Become More Involved in Cyber Risk Mitigation Oversight.
Competition is relentless, new innovations disrupt the status quo, and torrents of information add to the increasing complexity of business.
This tool will focus on management tools and techniques for mitigating market-oriented financial risks.
This CPE program provides you with the technical knowledge required for the CGMA exam, as well as providing you with CPE related to strategic management accounting.
"Today’s companies face a wide array of increasing and complex risks. In this environment, businesses are putting themselves in danger by neglecting or avoiding formal risk management processes, according to a new CGMA® report.
Organisations of all types face a seemingly ever increasing array of risks that may affect their strategic success.
The risk landscape is constantly evolving and becoming more complex. Being able to identify and ‘manage’ all the risks to an organisation is no longer possible.
This guide explores the case for the appointment of a senior risk leader to support the board and to manage today’s and tomorrow’s risk agenda.
This report summarises findings from surveys of over 1,300 executives in organisations around the world and provides insights on the current state of enterprise-wide risk oversight.
As somebody who takes a keen interest in global events and developments, one of my annual ‘must read’ reports is the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report.
One of the things highlighted by the recent financial crisis about investing in emerging economies is the importance of good governance.
Today’s complex global supply chains require effective risk management. This report from the Institute of Risk Management, supported by CGMA, examines the risk ‘beyond the walls’ of organisations.
This CGMA Case Study illustrates what this Fortune 100, member-owned, life and health provider refers to as their Pinwheel Framework.
This case study shows how insurance and financial services company MassMutual has better aligned its strategy, planning and risk processes for improved governance and performance.
This joint report from Transparency International UK and CGMA highlights the legislative landscape, including the intensification of international measures to combat corruption.
This case study investigates how following scandal, Siemens turned its business around by embedding strong corporate governance, and an emphasis on transparency and trust.
This CGMA briefing highlights the ethical, legal governance, regulatory and social responsibility aspects of the extended value chain.
The framework is comprised of four knowledge areas — technical, business, people and leadership — with competencies defined at four levels: foundational, intermediate, advanced and expert.