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Introduction

This advanced training program aims at improving the adaptation and integration of the fundamental components of Corporate Governance and Fiscal Sustainability Techniques.

This training course will therefore cover Corporate Governance, Fiscal Sustainability Techniques, Risk Management, Risk-based Auditing and Risk-based Compliance functions to achieve cooperation among these functions and improve the Corporate Governance process within the organization.

This professional training shows how effective Corporate Governance implementation enables the assessment, monitoring and reporting of governance risks in support of decision making, business performance, and adherence to regulations, policies and mandates.

Objectives

Participants will be exposed to proven efficient approaches that improve the performance and delivery of government services, create higher levels of citizen satisfaction, end bureaucratic inefficiencies and improve fiscal responsibility and accountability.

Upon the completion of this advanced training course, participants will gain:

  • Improved alignment to mission, vision and values of the organization
  • Improved performance and accountability
  • Increased decision-making agility
  • Increased accountability for key objectives, risks, and performance measurement
  • Enhanced convergence of Corporate Governance components

Who Should Attend?

This training seminar is suitable to a wide range of professionals working on Governmental Organizations and Public Sector entities which are planning to apply proper corporate governance within their culture and operations.

Seminar Outline

Day 1

Corporate Governance, what is it about? Key Principles of Good Governance in the Public Sector

  • The definition, goals, basics and principles of corporate governance
  • The added value of corporate governance
  • Building corporate governance framework
  • Key Principles of Good Governance in the Public Sector
  • Key requirements to achieving good governance in the public sector
  • OECD Principles of Corporate Governance
  • External & internal parties involved in governance process
  • Governance Committees; Audit committee the most important one
  • Business Benefits of Integrating Corporate Governance Activities
  • Evolution of Corporate Governance
  • Enabling Collaboration Across Business Functions

Day 2

Corporate Governance Benefits & Barriers

  • The added value of corporate governance
  • Building corporate governance framework
  • Barriers / obstacles that prevent full implementation of Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Governance Committees; Audit Committee
  • Effective Executive Management & Board Members

Day 3

The Risk, Compliance & Internal Audit Triangle

  • The Fundamental Differences and Importance of its Convergence
  • Overlapping: Healthy or Wasteful?
  • Cooperation among these functions

Day 4

Risk-based Audit

  • How and why audit units move into risk based audit programs
  • New Trend in Audit: Risk-based internal Audit
  • General objectives of internal control; Auditing the Internal Control

Day 5

Compliance; Risk-based Compliance

  • Definition, Responsibilities and Goals
  • Anti-Money Laundering
  • Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Consultative Doc. 2004

Day 6

Risk Management Taxonomies

  • Risk Management Framework
  • Risk Management Triangle
  • Credit Risk, Operational Risk, Market Risk
  • Risk Control Self-Assessment (RCSA) and Heat Map

Day 7

Public Sector Management in Changing Financial and Economic Environments

  • Understanding how volatility impacts government decision-making
  • Developing financial data collection and analysis networks for decision- making inputs
  • Creating more effective lines of communication to improve decision- making processes

Day 8

Strategies to Institutionalize the Regulation, Monitoring, and Enforcement of Government Projects/Programs

  • Understanding the linkages between sound institutions, good policies and effective government programs
  • Determining the appropriate balance of government regulation
  • Developing program monitoring plans that focus on accountability and transparency

Day 9

Strategies to Reduce Systemic Corrupt Practices in Government Operations

  • Developing managerial accountability plans at each level of government
  • Identifying techniques to mitigate corrupt practices
  • Developing performance-based indicators to analyze and measure results
  • Improving procedures and quality in daily transactions with Customer / beneficiaries

Day 10

Fiscal Management Accountability: Revenue Forecasting and Expense Budgeting

  • Understanding revenue requirements for on- going operations and asset expenditures
  • Setting priorities for tax policy, user fees, and other cost recovery tools under IASB
  • Using performance budgeting to set government program priorities
  • Wrap up; Recommendations for a Successful Corporate Governance
  • Conclusion and augmentations

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Public Sector Management, Governance & Fiscal Sustainability Techniques


Upcoming Dates

Code Date Venue Fees
MG225 27 Nov - 08 Dec 2017 London - United Kingdom $11,000
MG225 06 - 17 Aug 2018 London - United Kingdom $11,000

Introduction

This advanced training program aims at improving the adaptation and integration of the fundamental components of Corporate Governance and Fiscal Sustainability Techniques.

This training course will therefore cover Corporate Governance, Fiscal Sustainability Techniques, Risk Management, Risk-based Auditing and Risk-based Compliance functions to achieve cooperation among these functions and improve the Corporate Governance process within the organization.

This professional training shows how effective Corporate Governance implementation enables the assessment, monitoring and reporting of governance risks in support of decision making, business performance, and adherence to regulations, policies and mandates.

The seminar is split into two modules:

MODULE I -

MODULE II -

Each module is structured and can be taken as a stand-alone training course; however, delegates will maximise their benefits by taking Module 1 and 2 back-to-back as a two-week training course.

Objectives

Participants will be exposed to proven efficient approaches that improve the performance and delivery of government services, create higher levels of citizen satisfaction, end bureaucratic inefficiencies and improve fiscal responsibility and accountability.

Upon the completion of this advanced training course, participants will gain:

  • Improved alignment to mission, vision and values of the organization
  • Improved performance and accountability
  • Increased decision-making agility
  • Increased accountability for key objectives, risks, and performance measurement
  • Enhanced convergence of Corporate Governance components

Who Should Attend?

This training seminar is suitable to a wide range of professionals working on Governmental Organizations and Public Sector entities which are planning to apply proper corporate governance within their culture and operations.

SEMINAR OUTLINE

Day 1

Corporate Governance, what is it about? Key Principles of Good Governance in the Public Sector

  • The definition, goals, basics and principles of corporate governance
  • The added value of corporate governance
  • Building corporate governance framework
  • Key Principles of Good Governance in the Public Sector
  • Key requirements to achieving good governance in the public sector
  • OECD Principles of Corporate Governance
  • External & internal parties involved in governance process
  • Governance Committees; Audit committee the most important one
  • Business Benefits of Integrating Corporate Governance Activities
  • Evolution of Corporate Governance
  • Enabling Collaboration Across Business Functions

Day 2

Corporate Governance Benefits & Barriers

  • The added value of corporate governance
  • Building corporate governance framework
  • Barriers / obstacles that prevent full implementation of Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Governance Committees; Audit Committee
  • Effective Executive Management & Board Members

Day 3

The Risk, Compliance & Internal Audit Triangle

  • The Fundamental Differences and Importance of its Convergence
  • Overlapping: Healthy or Wasteful?
  • Cooperation among these functions

Day 4

Risk-based Audit

  • How and why audit units move into risk based audit programs
  • New Trend in Audit: Risk-based internal Audit
  • General objectives of internal control; Auditing the Internal Control

Day 5

Compliance; Risk-based Compliance

  • Definition, Responsibilities and Goals
  • Anti-Money Laundering
  • Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Consultative Doc. 2004

Day 6

Risk Management Taxonomies

  • Risk Management Framework
  • Risk Management Triangle
  • Credit Risk, Operational Risk, Market Risk
  • Risk Control Self-Assessment (RCSA) and Heat Map

Day 7

Public Sector Management in Changing Financial and Economic Environments

  • Understanding how volatility impacts government decision-making
  • Developing financial data collection and analysis networks for decision- making inputs
  • Creating more effective lines of communication to improve decision- making processes

Day 8

Strategies to Institutionalize the Regulation, Monitoring, and Enforcement of Government Projects/Programs

  • Understanding the linkages between sound institutions, good policies and effective government programs
  • Determining the appropriate balance of government regulation
  • Developing program monitoring plans that focus on accountability and transparency

Day 9

Strategies to Reduce Systemic Corrupt Practices in Government Operations

  • Developing managerial accountability plans at each level of government
  • Identifying techniques to mitigate corrupt practices
  • Developing performance-based indicators to analyze and measure results
  • Improving procedures and quality in daily transactions with Customer / beneficiaries

Day 10

Fiscal Management Accountability: Revenue Forecasting and Expense Budgeting

  • Understanding revenue requirements for on- going operations and asset expenditures
  • Setting priorities for tax policy, user fees, and other cost recovery tools under IASB
  • Using performance budgeting to set government program priorities
  • Wrap up; Recommendations for a Successful Corporate Governance
  • Conclusion and augmentations

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