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The OECD’s Pillar II Global Anti-Base Erosion (GloBE) rules are scheduled to take effect in January 2024, with the objective of ensuring that large multinational enterprises (MNEs) with global revenue in excess of EUR 750 million pay a 15% minimum tax in eachjurisdiction in which they operate.
Join BDO’s Women in Risk Advisory and DRI Foundation’s Women in Business Continuity as we explore the unique challenges and opportunities faced by women in crisis management, business continuity, and risk management – fields where unexpected events are the norm.
Faced with a range of obstacles, internal audit teams are changing how they approach cyber. Our team will discuss cyber trends where priorities are driven by business outcome rather than by technology and budgets.
Used as a tax optimization mechanism, intercompany financing in Germany has seen increased use and as a result, increased scrutiny over the last few years.
If your organization is struggling to understand marketing’s direct impact on the business, you’re not alone. Now is the time to revisit your attribution strategy.
This webinar provides participants an opportunity to gain the latest information on how to avoid the compliance pitfalls associated with single audits and how to comply with all relevant rules and regulations.
Gen Z’ers, those born between 1997-2012, are making decisions and relating to institutions in a highly analytical and pragmatic way. It’s easy to understand the technical skills required for our internal audit teams, but understanding core characteristics and how best to work with Gen Z can make us more successful. This session will take a deeper dive into general Gen Z values and beliefs about stability, diversity, work-life blend, independence, digital access and more.
Implementing a privacy program framework and managing an enterprise privacy program are covered in this webinar, including documenting data transfers, recent changes to third party engagements, and guidance for structuring a knowledgeable, high-performing privacy team. Those taking this webinar will learn the skills, processes, and technologies needed to manage privacy in an organization—regardless of jurisdiction or industry.
Business executives face the challenge of improving their company’s cybersecurity posture while balancing costs. The consequences of a cyberattack – including lost revenue, customers, diminished reputation and credibility, or even total shut down – force executives to prioritize cybersecurity within their budgets and strategize how to best allocate their limited resources. How should business executives prioritize improving their cybersecurity postures in the most cost-effective way?
The lines between cybersecurity, data governance, data protection and e-discovery are blurred more than ever. Businesses with in-house legal teams are looking to understand what they need to know and what actions they should take to evolve alongside technology. The next era of e-discovery is about leaning in to this new way of looking at data to not only protect the castle, but to truly understand the story the data tells in every matter.
Implementing a privacy program framework and managing an enterprise privacy program are covered in this course, including program operational lifecycles and guidance for structuring a knowledgeable, high-performing privacy team. Those taking this course will learn the skills, processes, and technologies needed to manage privacy in an organization—regardless of jurisdiction or industry.
For more than 20 years, organizations around the world have turned to the "Three Lines of Defense" model to navigate ever-evolving business challenges toward achieving and sustaining success.
Cybersecurity impacts financial statements and financial audits, but what are external auditors specifically reviewing when they’re performing Cybersecurity due diligence for Sarbanes Oxley compliance?
Prior to the pandemic, we saw a significant uptick in compliance requirements and related costs primarily due to increased security and privacy regulations and legal requirements.
Internal Auditors may be focused on risks, processes and controls, but at the end of the day, we audit people.
Technology and manufacturing companies will continue to feel the impacts of COVID-19 long after the country opens back up for business. As they reopen facilities and adjust operations to align with the new normal, disruptions to the supply chains are compounded by evolving economic, social, and regulatory factors.
BDO’s SALT practice and Chicago Tax Club invite you to attend two complimentary webinars focusing on the international effects of COVID-19, and the state impacts of COVID-19 and the CARES Act. Please see highlights below and click on the “Register” buttons for more details and to sign up for the events.
As the impact of COVID-19 continues to spread, so does the disruption to businesses and individuals. Multinational enterprises are quickly reacting to provisions under the CARES Act and prioritizing cash flow tax strategies to help minimize that disruption.
Internal Auditors must evaluate the potential for occurrence of fraud and how their organization manages these risks.
As the number of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases continue to climb both in the U.S. and across the globe, individuals and companies alike are taking steps to navigate this public health emergency.
With the growing use of ERM in organizations across all industries, Internal Audit Departments should continue to define their role in the ERM process.
Mobility, residency, business travel, nationality, taxing jurisdictions – all these subjects can make accounting, reporting, and payroll operations very difficult for an organization to maintain.
This complimentary webinar provides a technical and practical overview of the standard from the perspective of the lessee, with an emphasis on the areas that will most create challenges for retailers, restaurants and other consumer products businesses.
Agile IA is the mindset an internal audit function can adopt to focus on stakeholder needs, accelerate audit cycles, drive timely insights, reduce wasted effort and generate less documentation while delivering high impact results.
Industry 4.0, the next industrial revolution, represents a quantum leap forward in operational efficiency and value creation.