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Field of Study:
Management Advisory Services: 1 CPE Credit
Program Delivery Method: Online
Program Level: Intermediate
Advance Preparation/Program Prerequisites: None
Over the last 40 years many significant business, financial or economic crises were not adequately foreseen and prevented. This was evident in the global financial crisis where companies and governments failed to anticipate both the crisis and the impact it would have on the global economy – despite the use of extensive risk identification, evaluation and management methodologies. Examination into the root causes for these ‘failures’ reveal that traditional risk assessment and management methodologies are lacking and unable to provide sufficient, timely warnings as these traditional methodologies focus on mostly qualitative, single risk events, and do not consider risk interconnectedness and “contagion” (i.e. flow on effects) between risks or the speed with which these risks can impact an organization. Additionally, changes to known and emerging risks are not effectively monitored.
In this session, we will illustrate how data and analytics can be effectively used throughout the risk assessment process lifecycle (risk identification => risk assessment & quantification => ongoing risk monitoring) to enhance the process and deliver more timely and valuable insights.
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"Evolution of Risk Assessments with Data & Analytics" - This course is approved by NASBA (National Association of State Boards of Accountancy). The Live online webinar attendees* are eligible for 1 CPE credits upon completion of training.
Mr. Littley is a Principal in KPMG LLP’s Risk Consulting practice. He is KPMG’s U.S. leader for Internal Audit Data & Analytics. He has over 30 years of experience providing advisory services to clients in the areas of risk assessments, forensic investigations, regulatory compliance, data analytics, and continuous auditing and continuous monitoring across a variety of industries. He led the development and deployment of KPMG's global Continuous Auditing & Continuous Monitoring methodology and is responsible for the development and execution of KPMG's U.S. Internal Audit data analytics and continuous auditing strategy. Mr. Littley has extensive experience with the use of data analytics tools and techniques to perform risk assessments identify and evaluate anomalies, trends and patterns in financial, operational and transactional data relating to fraud, waste, abuse, and regulatory non-compliance, or indicative of control gaps, ineffective controls and corporate policy non-compliance. He regularly assists internal audit departments with the development, implementation and evaluation of data & analytics and continuous auditing strategies; processes and programs including technology enabled continuous risk assessment processes; and, improved audit effectiveness and efficiency.
Mr. Harding is currently a Director working in the Integrated Assurance group in the Philadelphia office. His primary focus is Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). He has significant experience in providing ERM, GRC, internal audit and regulatory compliance services in a variety of industries. Before returning to the US in 2015, he worked for KPMG in London, UK for 14 months where he helped establish the UK’s ERM and GRC practice. Prior to that, he worked for KPMG in Philadelphia for 5 years and for KPMG in Johannesburg, South Africa for 2 years. He was a member of the team that developed KPMG’s Global ERM Methodology in 2014 and has assisted many complex, global organizations with all aspects of ERM, all tailored to the maturity, needs and goals of the organization. He has experience delivering KPMG’s Dynamic Risk Assessment (DRA) services where we use network theory and proven scientific methods to determine whether individual risks can be expected to cluster together (interconnect) to form concentrations of risk events and to identify the “contagion” (i.e. flow on effects) between these risks. He is also currently supporting KPMG’s Continuous Risk Assessment (CRA) service offering development efforts focused on delivering a technology-enabled solution which uses the most relevant quantitative metrics and defined tolerances to allow for active monitoring of changes to known and emerging risks, as well as business performance.
Mr. Mukherjee leads the marketing efforts for the banking and financial services vertical offerings within MetricStream. Mr. Mukherjee has over 12 years of experience primarily in strategic consulting, sales and marketing. He was associated with the strategy and risk consulting practice for one of the big 4 consulting firms and has been engaged with multiple Fortune 500 organizations in the BFS industry in this capacity. Over the years he have also held management positions driving sales and marketing efforts for enterprise software and services companies like SAP and Wipro. Mr. Mukherjee holds a Master’s in Business Administration majoring in Finance and Marketing from the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad.
Ms. Sharma leads the marketing efforts for Audit and Risk Management Solutions offerings within MetricStream. She has over 9 years of experience primarily in consulting and marketing and was associated with the tax consulting practice for one of the big 4 consulting firms and have been engaged with multiple Fortune 500 organizations in this capacity. She has a Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) from Delhi University.