Helping you create a resilient framework and culture that keeps you a step ahead of uncertainty

The business and regulatory environment is in a constant state of change. Navigating these complexities and seizing opportunities requires new approaches and rethinking the way you do business. We can help you transform your governance framework so that you are resilient to risks and can meet and exceed stakeholder expectations.

Good governance forms the foundation of resilient and sustainable organisations and enhances confidence in the marketplace. The stronger your governance framework, the better your organisation will respond to external challenges and emerging risks.

At Mazars, we can help you align your governance framework with your performance drivers and your desired corporate culture. This ensures your business reaches its full potential and meets expectations of shareholders, regulators and financiers alike. The importance of cultural tone at the top is undiminished. Our team will work with you to understand your objectives and develop a framework that meets your obligations, expresses your values and contributes to positive outcomes.

With our global footprint, we offer a team of specialists who have an international perspective and can provide you with actionable insights into governance, risk and strategy that suit your long-term ambitions.

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Individual Accountability Framework (IAF) & Senior Executive Accountability Regime (SEAR)

Our expert team has significant first-hand experience implementing accountability frameworks

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Conduct risk management

The Central Bank (Individual Accountability Framework) Bill 2022 (the Bill) will ensure that conduct risk will remain a key risk that all regulated financial services firms (firms) must be able to demonstrate it is proactively managing and mitigating. In all likelihood, one of the key impacts of the Bill will be the elevation of conduct risk further up the Board’s risk agenda prioritisation in 2023 and beyond.

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