The financial world operates in acronyms but this is really an indication of today’s complex regulatory environment. Now, more than ever, there are more risks, more laws and more scrutiny. In this post, Cathy Miyagi gives some major themes that underpin banks’ requirements today.
We’ve distilled some essential resources into a kit that will help audit leaders navigate the process of selecting new technology with total confidence.
Predictive analytics can be an intimidating subject for a new user to learn, but with some time, dedication and research, predictive modeling can be very useful across a broad spectrum of disciplines and industries. In this post, Jeremy Brown gives three tips for getting started with predictive analytics.
Why hard times are the best times to invest in change: 10 key components of building a business case for GRC technology
Jordan McCormick gives 10 components of building a rock-solid business case for GRC technology.
After taking a hiatus, the ACL Impact Awards are back and better than ever! The ACL Impact Awards recognize outstanding achievements of audit, finance, risk and compliance professionals who are making an impact and boosting the value they provide to their organization through the use of ACL software.
Rod Verhup shares four Critical Success Factors which have led to the successful development and operation of the ERM program at Equinix.
It’s been an eventful year on the ACL Blog, so we thought we’d take some time to reflect on what our readers loved in 2016. In case you missed a few, here are the year’s top 10 most popular posts.
Stop revenue loss from occupancy tax avoidance: How tax authorities can end the tax vacation for vacation rentals
With the ever-increasing popularity of peer-to-peer online marketplaces and vacation rental networks such as Airbnb and VRBO, how can tax authorities ensure hosts are paying occupancy tax?
John Verver gives 5 predictions of what will trend in the world of ERM this coming year.
You have great software, lots of data and an excited team. What you’re missing is exactly how to incorporate analytics into your organization. Follow this 6-step framework to apply analytics in any area of your business.