Fintechs and Regulatory Compliance — A Happily Ever After?

Ask typical fintech employees what they find energizing in their field of work, and don’t be surprised by the answers: developing cool stuff, working on the go-live, or growing the business by identifying the...

Healthcare Internal Audit During a Pandemic — Going From React to Rethink

The past 20 years have presented three distinct crises that have had profound worldwide implications: the terrorist attacks of 9/11, the financial crisis of 2008, and now the global pandemic that is COVID-19...

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Beyond Business Continuity Management: Building Resilience for Extreme but Plausible Events in a Post-COVID-19 World

The concept of an extreme but plausible event is a moving and expanding target. Over time, our thinking on what can be deemed implausible or improbable will continue to evolve. The magnitude of impact from real events will reshape our view of what...

Getting to Resilient: Reimagining Crisis Management and Business Continuity Planning in a New Reality

COVID-19 has exposed glaring deficiencies in business continuity and crisis management plans at organizations across all industries. And while executives and management today are focusing the lion’s share of their efforts on responding to the day-to...

Persevering and Prospering in the Time of COVID-19: Keep Accounts Receivable Turning

One of the many reasons businesses are suffering during the COVID-19 pandemic is that their customers are challenged in managing their cashflow, resulting in reducing or delaying payments. In addition, the accounts receivable function is not an easy...

Cloud Oversight in Financial Services: Understanding Responsibility and Control

As financial service and financial technology companies move critical infrastructure to the cloud, they have a shared responsibility with cloud service providers (CSPs) to safeguard sensitive information. Regulators are becoming more prescriptive in...

Harnessing Intelligent Automation to Increase Resilience

The COVID-19 pandemic has painted a sharp performance contrast between companies that are digitally mature and those that are not. These distinctions are likely to grow even sharper in the period following the global health crisis, with some...

SOX Compliance Under COVID-19: The Show Must Go On (Part 2)

Although the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) granted one 45-day extension for public companies subject to Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) reporting requirements, the regulator still expects companies to appropriately protect investors and public...