Publisher: Wiley, 2006, 315 pages
Compliance requirements are here to stay. Prepare your company for the growing challenge.
Scandals have always acted as an effective catalyst to force improved corporate governance and transparency. Worldwide scandals such as the Enron, WorldCom, Parmalat, and Ahold incidents exposed the lack of integrity in those entrusted with good corporate governance. Manager's Guide to Compliance: Best Practices and Case Studies is essential reading for professionals facing the growing challenge to improve internal controls in the information technology, operations, finance, and supply chain fields. This timely resource places critical compliance guidance as well as U.S. and global regulatory information at your fingertips.
Adding value beyond a reference, author Anthony Tarantino, a leading authority on the implementation of internal controls, shares best practices tools and offers real-world case studies to show managers how compliance can be achieved at maximum value to their organization. In addition, this handbook provides a high-level overview of the many compliance and governance initiatives underway throughout the world.
Whether companies or industries are based in the United States, the European Union, Russia, China, or other nations, investors demand a level playing field in comparing financial results. Manager's Guide to Compliance: Best Practices and Case Studies prepares professionals to "clean house" with detailed discussion of:
A useful introductory handbook for internal and external auditors as well as for regulators, Manager's Guide to Compliance: Best Practices and Case Studies is the guide for current global compliance regulations to keep your company moving forward in challenging times.
If you want to know about accounting and financial compliance and what it entails, you've come to the right place.
Short and to the point articles describe the most important compliance frameworks and what they encompass. It is directed to the MBA and/or CPA audience, so don't expect to be handheld.