If Your Company is Listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, this Webcast is a Must see!

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COSO 2013 Webcast for TSX Listed Companies

The New COSO 2013 Internal Control Framework and the Impact on NI 52-109 CEO/CFO Quarterly and Annual Financial Statement Certifications – What Boards and Senior Management Need To Know

COSO 1992 has expired. COSO Internal Control – Integrated Framework (2013) is the New COSO Framework.

Find out more details and what the exposure is for TSX Listed Companies filing quarterly and annual CEO/CFO Certifications with an expired Framework. Our experts provide insightful information in this 90 minute webcast.

To learn more, Click here for our 2.5 minute Video.

  • Wednesday, July 22, 2015 – 11am – 12:30pm Eastern
    • Agenda, Profiles of the Speakers and to REGISTER AT NO CHARGE – View the Attachment to this messageThis briefing is being provided by Catherine Connally, President of Issues Central, Inc.; Enzo Carlucci, Managing Directors of Duff & Phelps Canada; and, Simon Bieber, Managing Director of Wardle, Daley, Bernstein and Bieber LLP.

• To REGISTER AT NO CHARGE – Click here or to check out our brochure about the session, Click here

The AGENDA covers:

– What is COSO 2013 and Why Should Board Members and Senior Officers Care
– Board Responsibilities and Enhanced Corporate Governance including:
– “Tone-At-The-Top” Activities including Ethics, Integrity
– Enterprise Risk Management – Identification and Oversight
– Cybersecurity and Third-Party Relationships
– COSO 2013 Impact on Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX 404) and National Instrument 52-109 Certification of Disclosure in Issuers’ Annual and Interim Filings
– Examples of Financial and Operational Processes Using the COSO 2013 Internal Controls Framework
– Implementation Considerations
– Timelines for Effective Implementation Prior to Year-End Reporting
– What Board Members Should Be Asking Themselves and Management
– Four Tough Questions and Examples of “Red” Flags

These sessions qualify for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits.

You can read more at the Issues Central, Inc. website – Click here:

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