Jason is a partner in the competition services team and has significant experience acting in the context of both EC and UK competition authority cases.
Anne has more than 30 years’ experience advising business in the middle market sector. She advises corporates on audit, assurance and financial reporting and has a varied portfolio.
Whether you are driven by the desire to obtain more value from your Governors meetings or improve your existing risk management then you should make sure you undertake a review of your strategic risks.
In order for your school to operate effectively you need to start with the right skills on your Board. When did you last undertake a skills audit of the Board? Do you have the right people to meet the school’s current and future challenges? How effective is the Board in meeting its objectives?
Insight 4GRC is RSM’s proprietary cost effective and powerful suite of governance, risk and compliance software products that can provide your school with the tools needed to monitor and control performance, assess organisational risks and effectiveness of controls, track assigned actions, enable employee awareness and facilitate policy acceptance.
Within an independent school the responsibility for managing risk rests with the Board of Governors. Should a risk materialise such as breakdown in safeguarding or financial mismanagement, there is no doubt that questions will be raised regarding the
governance and risk management processes. The responsibility of the Governors is to seek assurance that all principal risks are managed effectively.
This self-assessment questionnaire will take approximately 15 - 20 minutes to complete. Each question asked requires a judgement to be made with regards to your school’s GRC arrangements.
Motor retail in the UK and across the globe is a dynamic and challenging market. As businesses strive to keep the plates spinning and stay ahead of the competition, it has never been more important to have the right partnership with specialist advisers.
Most commentators in the further education sector feared significant funding cuts in today’s comprehensive spending review. Based on the Chancellor’s initial announcements, this doesn’t seem to have happened. In fact, it all seems to be unexpectedly good news even if there does remain a real terms cut for both 16-18 and 19+.