The Future of GRC Part II

Creating Value by Bringing Risk, Audit and Compliance into the Boardroom

Speakers

Lisa Edwards

Lisa Edwards

President & COO, Diligent,
Board Director, Colgate-Palmolive

Kim Yapchai

Kim Yapchai

Senior Vice President, Chief ESG Officer ,
Tenneco

Samantha Wellington

Samantha Wellington

Senior Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and Secretary,
TriNet

Kristy Grant-Hart

Kristy Grant-Hart

CEO, Spark Compliance Consulting,
Former CCO

Dan Clark

Dan Clark

Principal,
D. Clark Risk Advisory Services

Discussion Focus

Boards may overlook the opportunity to create value from an integrated GRC program. How can risk, compliance and audit better educate and inform board directors on what matters?

GRC (governance, risk management and compliance) by definition starts with the G for governance. Because of the board’s role in corporate governance, one would think that GRC is a board-driven strategy and initiative. Too often, however, risk, audit and compliance teams drive an organization’s GRC work while remaining siloed from the leaders responsible for governance. Consequently, board members and executives lack the visibility they need to make fully informed, strategic decisions.

In this webinar, a panel of GRC leaders share insights into how risk, compliance and audit can work more closely with the board to ensure alignment on integrated GRC initiatives – and ultimately create greater value for the organization.

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