Many companies recognize the need to transform or expand resources for their internal audit and risk management functions in response to economic challenges and ever-expanding regulatory requirements.
If you are one of these companies, you understand the importance of enhancing business value by implementing a balanced approach to risk-management, regulatory compliance and operational effectiveness.
Our experienced internal audit, risk and compliance services professionals deliver a hands-on, practical approach to internal audit and risk management and compliance functions with a focus on you and your business in the following areas:
IT security is a growing threat for businesses of every type and no organization is safe. While information security risks have been around for a long time (several Civil War battles were decided by details obtained by the enemy), today they bring with them challenging complexities and costly ramifications for businesses.
Due to the recent flooding in southeast Michigan, many businesses and individuals may be facing the loss or destruction of tax records. In the event of an IRS examination, the burden is on the taxpayer to prove any deductions claimed
On February 12, 2014 by decree of Executive Order the National Institute of Standards and Technology issued the "Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity".
Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act was adopted on August 22, 2012 and specifies the requirements surrounding the sources of materials that are classified as "conflict minerals" that may be present in the products a company produces and/or sells. The key minerals are tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold. Deadlines for the first reporting period regarding reasonable country of origin inquiries (RCOIs) and conflict minerals are due May 31, 2014. With just six months left to complete your due diligence, it is crucial that your company has actively initiated a plan that includes a review of potential conflict minerals and the country of origin.