The A-Z of GRC

Compliance, Risk and Governance Simplified

Product Attributes

  • Soft Cover
  • 9781485118411
  • 1st Edition
  • 414 Pages
  • 2017

Authors

G Gibson

2017 - 1st Edition

R 495.00

About this Publication:

Compliance is currently far more than an operational need to comply with one or two laws. Compliance practice is the heart of an organisation’s success or failure and cannot be divorced from an organisation’s risk management and governance functions.

Using both South African and international trends, regulations and examples, The A – Z of GRC: Governance, Risk and Compliance Simplified offers GRC professionals and management a logical, integrated approach to organisation-wide governance, risk and compliance. The A – Z of GRC: Governance, Risk and Compliance Simplified clearly explains how to ensure that organisations act ethically and in accordance with their risk appetite, internal policies and external regulations to improve efficiency and effectiveness.

Section 1 of The A – Z of GRC: Governance, Risk and Compliance Simplified provides the reader with an easy to read introduction to understanding GRC. Section 2 explores managing risk and Section 3 covers compliance, which is the legal framework impacting GRC. Section 4 gives the reader a comprehensive and invaluable set of practical compliance tools to be used in an integrated GRC approach.

The A – Z of GRC: Governance, Risk and Compliance Simplified is a valuable addition to any GRC professional’s library. Not only will anyone new to the field find it an essential aid but the seasoned professional seeking to remain up-to-date with current requirements or looking for new ideas and perspectives will find them in this volume.

Contents Include:

  • Table of Statutes
  • Introduction – Integrated governance, risk and compliance (GRC)
  • Section 1: Understanding GRC
    • A world of rules
    • Models of company ownership and corporate governance
  • Section 2: Managing risk
    • Understanding governance risks
    • Types of risk and practical risk tools
    • Risk, internal controls and enterprise risk management frameworks
    • Risk reaction and bias
    • Compliance risk and creating a compliance charter
    • Disaster and business continuity in the GRC process
  • Section 3: Compliance – The legal framework impacting GRC
    • Legislation, regulators and supervisors
    • The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002
    • The King Codes – King III and IV
    • Data protection and relevant legislation
    • Compliance in the healthcare sector
    • Compliance in the banking sector: Basel, Solvency and Sam
    • Anti-money laundering, anti-bribery and anti-corruption standards
    • Corruption laws and standards
    • Compliance with environmental laws and standards – the new kid on the block
    • Looking into the crystal ball – proposed Acts that will change GRC
  • Section 4: Practical compliance tools for an integrated GRC approach
    • Creating a regulatory universe
    • Using internal checks and balances
    • GRC in the digital age
    • Codes, policies and procedures
    • Records and reports
    • Compliance and ethics
    • Communication techniques for the savvy GRC professional
    • Leadership for the GRC professional
    • HR for GRC professionals
    • GRC training in the workplace

Of Interest and Benefit to:

  • Governance, risk and compliance professionals 
  • Board members
  • Business owners, CEOs and senior management
  • Regulated industries
  • Global companies with a footprint in South Africa
  • African countries seeking to develop good GRC practice