Monthly Archives: March 2008

FEATURE: In GRC we trust – more than just another management mantra

Before the signing ceremony of the Sarbanes-Ox...

The signing of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act

BY PAUL QUIGLEY

Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) has evolved since the knee-jerk reaction days of 2001 post-Enron and the passing of the US Sarbanes-Oxley legislation. Big players from Oracle and SAP to other nascent, niche insurgents are vying for market share in the burgeoning race to comply and explain to regulators and stakeholders. In the first of a three part series on GRC, its systems and processes, Paul Quigley considers the issues. Continue reading

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