SEC DEADLINE TO COMPLY WITH SARBANES-OXLEY IS NEAR
HOW TO DEVELOP A DETAILED PLAN OF ACTION TO COMPLY WITH SARBANES-OXLEY
NEW ONE-DAY INTENSIVE SEMINAR
Location/Date: - Boston: November 3, 2005 -- San Francisco: November 9, 2005
Learn how to prepare a
comprehensive plan of action to achieve Sarbanes-Oxley compliance using a top-down
strategy - Emphasis on Small to medium organizations that must become compliant during
- Emphasis on Small to medium organizations that must become compliant during 2005-2006
Smaller and international organizations must comply by 2006 but their compliance efforts must be underway during 2005
Sarbanes-Oxley makes senior management, CFOs, and board members directly accountable for the accuracy and integrity of financial reporting.
Under this law public US companies and global companies with US operations are directly impacted. Even non-public organizations that deal with public financial institutions may also need to comply. Compliance by the deadline is not optional. It is a must.
Achieving compliance involves employees from many functional groups that generate data for financial reporting, including CIOs, IT and business operations personnel.
The key to effective compliance is to develop a comprehensive Action Plan that considers all the key modules and a set of action steps required to develop a process for compliance to meet the deadline and to help your company maintain compliance thereafter. This is because Sarbanes-Oxley is not a one time project but has ongoing operational implications
This PRACTICAL HOW-TO seminar focuses on how to prepare a specific plan of action to enable you to achieve Sarbanes-Oxley compliance using a top-down approach and a COSO-based internal control framework as suggested by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
This unique seminar will save you development time and will benefit:
· CEOs - Audit Committee and members of the Board
· CFOs, Controllers
· CSO (Chief Security Officer), Security professionals
· Internal and Independent auditors
· CIOs, IT Executives and managers
· Compliance Officers
· Risk Managers, security officers and business continuity professionals
· Legal Counsel
· Line managers who will be accountable for internal controls in their own operational areas and need to deploy Sarbanes-Oxley compliance
1. YOUR OBLIGATIONS UNDER SARBANES-OXLEY (SOX) Key sections in Sarbanes-Oxley.
2. SARBANES-OXLEY IS ABOUT ENTERPRISE GOVERNANCE AND INTERNAL CONTROL FOR FINANCIAL REPORTING.
A STRATEGY AND APPROACH TO
COMPLY WITH SOX .
4. ASSESSING THE EXISTING INTERNAL CONTROL INFRASTRUCTURE.
5. ADAPTING THE COSO INTERNAL CONTROL FRAMEWORK SUGGESTED BY THE SEC.
FINANCIAL AND SUPPORTING BUSINESS PROCESSES THAT IMPACT FINANCIAL REPORTING .
7. HANDS-ON WORKSHOP TO PREPARE A MODEL OF A
DETAILED COMPLIANCE PLAN OF ACTION .
The seminar is conducted by Jay Kuong, Principal of MASP. He has 30 years of experience in internal control, risk management, auditing and security. Jay has consulted and lectured worldwide and is the principal author of the manual on Implications of and Compliance to Sarbanes Oxley a copy of which will be distributed to participants. Jay is the author of more than 30 books and practical manuals on internal control, risk management, auditing and business continuity planning. His experience includes consulting for public and government organizations worldwide in internal controls, auditing, enterprise security and business continuity planning.
THIS WORKSHOP CAN BE VERY ECONOMICALLY PRESENTED IN YOUR COMPANY PREMISES TO PROVIDE UNIFORM TRAINING ON SARBANES-OXLEY COMPLIANCE AND IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAMS TO GROUPS OF 3 OR MORE PROFESSIONALS.
INQUIRE FOR DETAILS. Phone: 781-235-2895 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To: MANAGEMENT ADVISORY SERVICES & PUBLICATIONS - MASP
57 Greylock Rd.P.O. Box 81151-Wellesley Hills, MA 02481-0001
- Phone: 781-235-2895 - Fax: 781-235-5446 - Email:Seminars@masp.com Web: www.masp.com
___ I wish to register to attend your seminar "HOW TO DEVELOP A DETAILED PLAN OF ACTION TO COMPLY WITH SARBANES-OXLEY". Seminar fee includes a copy of "Implications of and Compliance to Sarbanes-Oxley" (a $160 value)
Boston: _____ November 3, 2005
San Francisco: ____November 5, 2005
The seminar can be economically presented in-house for groups of three or more persons. Inquire for details at 781-235-2895 or Email: email@example.com
____Payment of $750 is enclosed. _____Please invoice me.
A 10%discount applies for the third or additional registrant to attend the same seminar date.
A related one-day seminar that focuses on the detailed COSO-based methodology for assessing and testing internal controls for SOX compliance is also available.
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