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COSO 2013: What’s New, What’s Changed, Why Does it Matter and Other FAQs

Imagine you’re a company that, for the past 20 years or so, has been following a certain playbook to comply with rules and follow guidance that’s been promulgated by agencies. All of a sudden that playbook changes. What do you do? That’s the question facing many companies today with the introductio
Imagine you’re a company that, for the past 20 years or so, has been following a certain playbook to comply with rules and follow guidance that’s been promulgated by agencies. All of a sudden that playbook changes. What do you do? That’s the question facing many companies today with the introduction of COSO’s 2013 Internal Control-Integrated Framework.

Protiviti is pleased to offer this webcast specifically designed to address your questions about implementing the new COSO framework. Please submit top of mind questions during the webcast registration process.

1 CPE credit will be provided to qualifying attendees.
Recorded Sep 11 2013 71 mins
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Bob Hirth, COSO; Jim DeLoach, Protiviti; Keith Kawashima, Protiviti
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