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Recorded: November 2021
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Today’s competitive business environment is rapidly evolving - the digital economy, cloud technology, remote work, cybersecurity. Leadership and expectations of the finance function are also evolving rapidly, resulting in diverse definitions of good governance, management responsibility, and appropriate internal control. Depending on the size of the organization, the title now used to describe this vital function has also become more varied: Controller, Director of Finance, Accounting Manager, VP Finance and even CFO. As expectations of this key function continue to broaden to incorporate IT, HR and operations responsibilities, one of the main challenges facing CPA’s is to assume increasing operational responsibilities yet maintain efficient and cost-effective internal controls and segregation of duties. The risks to the organization have broadened, resulting in increased risk to the CPA as the leader of the finance function, and personally as a director or officer. Through discussion and exercises using actual real-world examples, we will work through two key cycles, the Purchase-To-Pay process, and the Order-To-Cash process, with the goal of understanding the conditions for the successful implementation of internal controls in the current SME context.
By the end of this seminar, participants will be able to:
WHO WILL BENEFIT
This seminar will be of benefit to those who occupy roles in the financial management function of the organization, its risk management, or its governance.