Controller Series: Enterprise Risk Management (6)
While several years have passed since the Great Recession, economic and political uncertainty have continued to plague business decision-making. The roles and responsibilities of CPAs and finance professionals, meanwhile, has continued to expand. This course is part of a series of short courses that will explore key economic and regulatory issues that will have a substantial impact on financial and accounting decisions for years to come.
This one hour course will examine and walk-through key examples of Enterprise Risk Management successes and failures, and the importance of a strong ERM program. Special focus will be given to the role of the financial professional in analyzing and forecasting risk for an organization.
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Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
List descriptives of Enterprise Risk Management
Identify example of enterprise risk
Identify examples of customer-related risk
Recognize potential risks with social media
Recognize key examples of failures in ERM
Recognize the importance of reviewing best and worst event scenarios and what you should be looking at
Examples of enterprise risk
Means of identifying risks
10 best events/ 10 worst events
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
Recommended CPE Credit Hours: 1.0
Course Level: Basic
Designed For: CPAs, industry accounting and finance staff, C-level corporate officers
Authors: Matthew X. Ryan, CPA, CFE, MBA
Publication Year: 2017
Expiration Date: Course content is reviewed annually and revised with neccessary changes or else the course is removed.
Matt currently serves as the President of a management consulting firm specializing in strategic planning and economic forecasts, and simultaneously serves as the CFO of a tech startup specializing in dynamic pricing and as the CFO of an educational institute based in Washington, D.C. He has additional experience in both alternative investment and public accounting, as well as extensive experience in risk analysis and operations management.
Outside of his consulting work, Matt currently serves in the U.S. Army Reserves with more than 15 years of service in the military. He recently completed an extended tour as the Company Commander for a logistics/distribution unit based in Central Pennsylvania. In 2009, Matt deployed to Iraq where he served dual roles as the Executive Officer of a medical unit and as the Brigade Medical Logistics Officer for the 56th Stryker Brigade Combat Team.
Matt serves on the Board of Directors of a Philadelphia-based military service organization and previously served as the Audit Committee Chairman of The Institute of World Politics in Washington, D.C. He also participates in numerous political organizations and has served on campaign committees for local, state, federal, and judicial candidates.
Matt holds a B.S. in Finance from The Pennsylvania State University and an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified Public Accountant (Pennsylvania & Virginia), and has a Master’s Certificate in Lean Six Sigma Black Belt through Villanova University.