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  • Risk management has attracted increased attention in recent years. Many advisers have recently reevaluated, or are currently reevaluating, their organizational structures and other practices relating to risk management. In many cases, they are adopting more formal risk management practices. Fund boards also have been reevaluating their risk management oversight practices, including the structures and mandates of board committees and the format and frequency of board reports. Practices in the industry continue to evolve. ...

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  • Moreover, due to the complicated pyramidal and cross-holding ownership structures typical in East Asian companies, a significant number of controlling owners in the region actually possess more control than their equity ownership indicates, which further exacerbates the entrenchment effect.2 The entrenchment effect of the ownership structure potentially affects firms’ financial reporting.

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  • Clearly indicated throughout this report are the very important free and open discussions and objective analysis of perceived issues, concerns, and alternative approaches, including various mission concepts, among all of the competent technical and management members of the internal staff, even if those discus- sions might indicate differences of opinion regarding planned approaches. This interchange was certainly strongly encouraged and pursued by Bob Seamans.

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  • The new information incorporated into the database also resulted in virtually no changes in the reasons for the restatements that we originally reported (see table 1, enclosure I). The most notable changes involved restatements that we had originally classified as ìother.î Additional information allowed us to reclassify numerous restatements from the ìotherî category. As a result, the ìcost or expenseî and ìrestructuring, assets, or inventoryî categories, which had originally included 15.7 percent and 8.9 percent of the 919 restatements, respectively, rose to 16.

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  • Chapter 9 - The implementation of systems and records. In this chapter students will be able to: To be able to specify guidelines and timelines for implementing a system, to understand the importance of contingency planning, to learn about establishing effective training schedules and programs, to learn how data is transferred from one system to another without errors,...

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  • .The research described in this report was prepared for the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and conducted in the RAND National Defense Research Institute, a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the OSD, the Joint Staff, the Unified Combatant Commands, the Department of the Navy, the Marine Corps, the defense agencies, and the defense Intelligence Community under Contract W74V8H-06-C-0002.

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  • When designing an internal audit function, strategy must drive tactics, not the inverse. Too often, the start-up is in response to an immediate tactical need. In a rush to implement a response, key strategic issues can be overlooked. The result can be a tactical internal audit function in search of a strategy. To help companies design and implement a strategically focused internal audit function, PricewaterhouseCoopers developed a 10-step start-up framework. This framework is proven through PricewaterhouseCoopers’ work with companies of all sizes.

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  • Whereas the selection of segmentation variables mainly drawn from management needs is straightforward, the selection of variables used as descriptors of the identified segments is more complex. This complexity stems not only from the enormous num- ber of possible variables, but also from the necessary twofold link these variables have to offer, namely the link with the selected segmentation variables on the one hand, and the link with secondary data on media profiles, distributional coverage etc.

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  • Planning is the most important part of running a successful event, and this means starting well in advance. The best way to approach planning is to develop a detailed management plan, which includes a timetable of what needs to be done and when. Crucial elements of the planning for the event, such as fundraising, booking performers and advertising need to happen well in advance of the date of your event so a timeline schedule is essential. Developing an Event Plan is critical to ensure your events success. The information provided in this document is designed to...

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  • By combining small tasks and including a detailed description of the task it will be possible to simplify the schedule merely by reducing the number of tasks in the Gantt. The task effort estimates will be apportioned to individual roles and resources in the next task. Record all assumptions supporting the estimate in the task description. This is very important because it will enable you to recreate and substantiate the estimate. It will also ensure that you have thoroughly thoughout what is to be done, and that it is communicated clearly to the Team.

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  • Another of ICI’s key missions is to promote public understand- ing of funds and their investors. To that end, we stepped up our outreach to the media and the public. Two key develop- ments were the launch of ICI Viewpoints, a forum providing our commentary on key issues as they emerge, and our increased profile in the broadcast media. Through these and other means, we have achieved some success in informing coverage and shaping opinions on key policy questions. This new level of eˆort across so many fronts produced tan- gible results.

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  • Obviously, another feature that we hope is more student-friendly is the exercises, of which we have a substantial amount. These range in type and level, from those which you can use to check your understanding of the text, to those which get you to think about things which follow from the text, but which are not necessarily discussed there. Some are easy and some will make you think. A fairly unique aspect of the book is that it also ...

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  • For example, because of their different jobs and schedules, women and men may be exposed to toxins in different amounts and levels. In South Africa, women are exposed more often to pesticides during planting and harvesting and men during application (London et al., 2002; Kisting in WHO, 2005). Men’s jobs in factories can involve higher exposure than women’s to toluene, a chemical solvent that can cause various problems to the reproductive and nervous systems (Neubert et al., 2001).

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  • If your business facility was built or altered in the past 20 years in compliance with the 1991 Standards, or you removed barriers to specific elements in compliance with those Standards, you do not have to make further modifications to those elements—even if the new standards have different requirements for them—to comply with the 2010 Standards. This provision is applied on an element-by-element basis and is referred to as the “safe harbor.

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  • Audit Committees are no more than a part of those defences. But we believe that they are a most important part and that there could be considerable benefits if their role were clarified and enhanced. This would be beneficial not only in increasing the level of assurance against catastrophic failure and gross malfeasance; it would also offer improvements on a wider front, raising the overall standard of corporate governance for all companies that implement our guidance.

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  • ARC’s report and to provide a recommendation of conditional approval or denial to the AMS Administrator. If approved by the AMS Administrator, the agent can begin certifying operations, although the accreditation process is not complete until the successful completion of an onsite review which further ensures that certifying agents are following NOP regulations. ARC is charged with scheduling and completing the onsite evaluations of all agents, foreign and domestic, within a reasonable amount of time following initial accreditation.

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  • We will explore Zen and the individual project management elements such as risk, communications, people management, and estimating. These, however, are never found independently in real world projects. Risk is an integral part of estimating and scheduling. Cost and time have a complex relationship with each other and with the quality of re- sults and resources. Communication is a critical enabler for everything we do. Process management and performance improvement are fully integrated with performance itself. What we do today influences what we do tomorrow and how we do it.

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  • As a result, the retailer cannot keep the sum of prices equal to their joint reservation value and start decreasing one of them to compete for the captives as by doing so she induces the captive consumers to buy only the cheaper good. Not only the retailers are not able to earn additional pro ts through discriminating the two groups of consumers but also they will earn lower pro ts than they would if all of them were selling only the bundle. When forcing consumers to buy both goods together retailers disallow an implicit competition between the two goods within their store.

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  • An environmental assessment initial quality and identify potential impacts to cultural goal of help desk staff and planners to assess the impact of projects related to environmental impact. The assessment will provide a survey of environmental impacts likely to ensure that if an aquaculture project is successfully implemented. Initial evaluation is also key to see what a positive impact and / or negative after project implementation. Typically, an assessment will be based on easily accessible information, previous studies, the local population, etc....

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  • The evaluation strategy should include a schedule showing when monitoring and evaluation will occur and who will be responsible for this. Where formal evaluations are undertaken, care must be taken to avoid conflicts of interest. You may need to consider the importance of mid-term evaluations, interim progress reports or post- implementation reviews as a means of providing early feedback to government on progress towards success, and as a means of meeting accountability and transparency requirements.

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