New Webinar: Coming to Terms with Short-Termism: Implications for Fraud
Registration is now open for the latest complimentary webinar from the Anti-Fraud Collaboration, Coming to Terms with Short-Termism: Implications for Fraud, sponsored in part by the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ), Financial Executives International (FEI), The National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), and The IIA.
This webcast explores the often treacherous task of balancing long-term goals aimed at creating value for a company’s investors with short-term pressures such as internal profit targets and analysts’ expectations. Frequently compounding these efforts are compensation bonuses tied to key short-term performance metrics. So when does someone in the financial reporting supply chain step in? And how do they improve balance and mitigate risk?
Join us on Thursday, July 7, from 1:00–2:30 p.m. ET as an expert panel explores real-world examples of successful companies who reinforced alignment between seemingly conflicting goals, and offers actionable advice and guidance no matter where you fall on the financial services supply chain. Cindy Fornelli, executive director of the Center for Audit Quality, will serve as the moderator for this webcast, with short-termism and fraud experts from companies including KPMG and Brock Capital Group weighing in with keen insights and real-life solutions.
Webinar participants will gain insights into how the different members of the financial reporting supply chain help to improve balance and identify ways to mitigate the risks of short-termism, and should walk away with implementable recommendations for their organizations.
This online panel discussion is a must for key players in the financial reporting supply chain, including audit committee members, financial executives, internal auditors, external auditors, and compliance professionals. Register now.