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Convergence to GRC: The 2012 Xavier University Risk Assessment Management Series sponsored by KPMG LLP. Wednesday, April 11th at 730 a.m. in the Cintas Center on the Xavier Campus in Norwood.


GRC can be defined as a strategic approach to integrating risk management, regulatory compliance, controls, assurance structures & processes, and intelligently using IT and data management structures supported by a strong organizational culture.  By pro-actively managing GRC, an organization can recalibrate governance, monitoring, and operating processes to help ensure regulatory compliance.  The overarching goal is to crate an integrated view of risk that breaks down across the many silos and harmonize the efforts that may exist throughout an organization to meet regulatory obligations and enable more effective compliance before issues arise, and promote smarter, more informed business decisions.  KPMG will discuss recent trends toward converging efforts focused on Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC)

This event is ideal for individuals with an interest in or responsibility for internal auditing, managing risk, compliance and security. Individuals filling the role of chief audit executive, internal audit director, chief compliance office, chief risk officer, legal counsel, or other sin similar roles should consider attending. This event may provide you two CPE credits.