The procedures provided in this session should not be construed as requirements for control implementation. The selection of controls and control implementation should be guided by the risk profile of the institution. We will discuss procedures that provide additional validation verifying the effectiveness of a financial institution's internal control processes over ACH processing, EFT/POS network processing, check item processing, electronic banking-related retail payments processing, and bankcard processing, clearance, and settlement.
Having participated in both FDA and MHRA audits for the same facility and practices it is interesting that different results and major observations are encountered. In order to meet the expectations of both regulatory bodies we need to review and understand the requirements and approach of both bodies. This webinar will review these and compare some of the similarities and differences.
In 2004, the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Tread way Commission (COSO), issued a principle-based guidance on designing and implementing an effective enterprise-wide approach to risk management. This guidance defines essential components - such as risk appetite, risk tolerance and portfolio view, provides guidance using common principles, and provides counseling and strategy for an effective program.
This session shows practitioners how to develop and create a Paynter Chart for predictive warranty management. Attendees will see how to actively utilize representative return data, observe the construction of a sample Paynter and then observe the results of the predictive analysis.
Grab a cup of coffee and join us to learn how to improve your KPI focus, and juice up virtually every facet of your organization's operations from marketing, to finance, to HR, to customer service and sales. Ensure your Performance Dashboards are crisp, attention grabbing and clearly identify significant performance trends. Know whether your business is meeting or exceeding its goals with your early warning system of leading and trailing performance indicators.
Join us and you can begin to develop a solid plan to move your company toward sales and use tax compliance. Experienced CPA and businessman, Miles Hutchinson, will review the basics of sales and use taxation with you and answer your questions. He will discuss legal developments in the area of taxation of internet sales. You will receive practical guidance to avoid penalties due to the ever increasing instances of audits by state taxing authorities.
Gain valuable insight into the complex issues of interstate sales and the obligations of out-of-state (foreign) sellers to collect the destination state’s taxes. Get up-to-date information about the retailing giants and their fights with the various states. Take a ring-side seat with an expert who will share the anticipated outcomes.
Miles Hutchinson, experienced CPA and financial analyst, will discuss the basic principles of FATCA, the affected businesses and individuals, the new and revised forms to effect compliance and provide you with simplifying charts and tables to help you determine your steps to full compliance. He will provide practical instructions and guidance for applying FATCA and will identify the key issues that will help you avoid potential penalties for noncompliance.
Meeting regulatory specifications is the minimum that a business needs to get done to operate in a market without falling in the risk of non-compliance. This type of requirements are analog to those required by the customers, and the Continual Improvement tools used for quality control are interchangeable. The idea of this webinar is to provide a visualization of regulatory requirements from a Continual Improvement angle. Ideas and examples of how Continual Improvement tools can be utilized to facilitate the management of regulatory issues will be provided.
Foodservice sanitation is the maintenance of clean conditions in food production, preparation, and serving areas as well as the practice of proper personal cleanliness and hygienic practices. As the foodservice industry has grown, methods of food production, processing, distribution, and preparation have changed. Major changes have included increased prepackaged food as partially or fully prepared bulk or pre-portioned servings and centralized food production.