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  Kaplan Publishing Limited |   $279.00 - 439.00 |   CPE: 24.5 |   AICPA |   Mar 2015 |   Business Mgmt. & Organization |   AICPA Store

This CPE course is included in the 50+ hours of CGMA Strategic Management Accounting.

This set of CPE courses examines the various types of risks common to organizations: financial, strategic, political, and international. It guides you through the evaluation and management of risk, as well as the related control environments and the potential weaknesses and failures. You will then be guided through an examination of effective fraud policy and fraud investigation techniques. Also included are the CGMA Code of Ethics, corporate governance, and the risk inherent in foreign currency transactions, capital investments, and business valuations.

Topics Discussed

  • Corporate governance and the responsibilities of board members
  • Financial, strategic, political, and international risks and their related ethical, social, and environmental implications
  • Evaluation of the essential features of internal control systems for identifying, assessing and managing risks
  • Risks in the development of strategies for information systems that support the organization's strategic requirements
  • Evaluate the effective planning and management of internal control systems, internal audit, and internal investigations
  • Types of international risks arising from to international operations, cash flows, and foreign currency

Learning Objectives

When you complete this course, you will be able to:

  • Evaluate the types of risk facing an organization and recommend appropriate responses.
  • Evaluate the ethical impact of risk and senior management's and the board's responsibility for the implementation of risk management strategies and internal controls.
  • Evaluate financial risks facing an organization, alternative risk management tools, and risk management strategies.
  • Evaluate the tools and processes required for strategy implementation.
  • Evaluate the purposes and process of audit in the context of internal control systems.
  • Evaluate the risks arising from changes in the environment for capital investment appraisal.

Who Will Benefit?

  • CGMA exam candidates
  • Those seeking to convey accounting skills into expanded roles of strategic influence and business decision making

This course is made up of the Enterprise Risk Management & Internal Control Track (Modules 1-6), the Corporate Governance Track (Modules 7-10) and the Financial Risk Management Track (Modules 11-15).

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Topics covered:
  • Management accounting: CGMA exam preparation: CPA pathway to CGMA, Intermediate
  • Management accounting: Technical: Risk management & internal control: Risk identification & assessment, Intermediate
Who Will Benefit?
  • CGMA exam candidates
  • Those seeking to convey accounting skills into expanded roles of strategic influence and business decision making
Topics Discussed
  • Corporate governance and the responsibilities of board members
  • Financial, strategic, political, and international risks and their related ethical, social, and environmental implications
  • Evaluation of the essential features of internal control systems for identifying, assessing and managing risks
  • Risks in the development of strategies for information systems that support the organization's strategic requirements
  • Evaluate the effective planning and management of internal control systems, internal audit, and internal investigations
  • Types of international risks arising from to international operations, cash flows, and foreign currency
Learning Objectives

When you complete this course, you will be able to:

  • Evaluate the types of risk facing an organization and recommend appropriate responses.
  • Evaluate the ethical impact of risk and senior management's and the board's responsibility for the implementation of risk management strategies and internal controls.
  • Evaluate financial risks facing an organization, alternative risk management tools, and risk management strategies.
  • Evaluate the tools and processes required for strategy implementation.
  • Evaluate the purposes and process of audit in the context of internal control systems.
  • Evaluate the risks arising from changes in the environment for capital investment appraisal.

This CPE course is included in the 50+ hours of CGMA Strategic Management Accounting.

This set of CPE courses examines the various types of risks common to organizations: financial, strategic, political, and international. It guides you through the evaluation and management of risk, as well as the related control environments and the potential weaknesses and failures. You will then be guided through an examination of effective fraud policy and fraud investigation techniques. Also included are the CGMA Code of Ethics, corporate governance, and the risk inherent in foreign currency transactions, capital investments, and business valuations.

This course is made up of the Enterprise Risk Management & Internal Control Track (Modules 1-6), the Corporate Governance Track (Modules 7-10) and the Financial Risk Management Track (Modules 11-15).

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