How to Avoid Material Weaknesses: Steps for creating a robust ICFR program | Greenlight

Presented by Greenlight Technologies and Financial Executives International
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A startling number of public companies reported material weaknesses in the previous quarter. In fact, 23% of the 5,600+ filings reported one based on the aggregated information we provide to FEI. And 75% of the companies reporting material weaknesses last year were because of controls not being properly monitored according to the State of SOX/Internal Controls Market Survey result highlights. Join us for this critical Webinar to find out:
  • Material weakness trends over time
  • Key issues that companies face and best practices to help with your reporting efforts.
  • How an effective system of ICFR can significantly reduce the risk of misstatements and inaccuracies in your company’s financial statements

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Speakers

Mark Kissman

Chief Financial Officer
Greenlight Technologies Inc.

James Rice

VP, Customer Solutions
Greenlight Technologies Inc.

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-internet-based

Field

Auditing, Technical

Prerequisites

None

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