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On May 11, 2016, FinCEN issued the Customer Due Diligence (CDD) Requirements for Financial Institutions under the Bank Secrecy Act. This update addresses some common challenges relating to implementation and strategies for managing them.
The CFPB interviewed consumers regarding overdraft practices and experiences, capturing qualitative information regarding consumer thoughts, intentions and expectations about overdraft programs.
The pursuit to build cars that run lighter, corner faster, and break speed records is growing. So Experis has created a very unique solution to help the motorsports industry harness the skills revolution.
Today a growing number of people are opting for alternative models over traditional, full-time, permanent roles
IT leaders are increasingly uncovering the value of soft skills within their workforce. What are the soft skills IT leaders are demanding today? How do IT leaders assess the soft skills of new recruits? Can these skills be developed in existing employees?
The CCRS framework addresses regulatory expectations for each component of an institution’s Compliance Management System across each of the three lines of defense. While the framework does not explicitly set forth characteristics of an effective compliance function, the related guidance does provide strategies for making the most of existing internal resources to manage compliance risk.
Banking regulatory agencies, applying rules and regulations according to CFPB oversight, have aligned their expectations for compliance with one another and with the rules. Simple enough: read the rules, develop processes and controls to manage compliance with the rules, test those processes and controls, and adjust as necessary. Section 1002(13) of the Dodd-Frank Act prescribes “fair, equitable, and non-discriminatory access to credit for consumers,” but does not define “responsible lending.” And what about unwritten rules? The agencies have spent a good deal of time and energy on assessing whether the institutions they supervise offer and service credit products in a fair and responsible manner, even as they acknowledge prescriptions and prohibitions under federal regulations do not always neatly align with supervisory expectations.
When the CFPB enhanced rules relating to UDAAP, the Bureau also strengthened supervision strategies for Customer Complaint Programs. The alphabet soup of regulations falling within the CFPB’s purview all carry with them the additional risk of UDAAP, and as a result the Bureau expects financial organizations to have comprehensive Customer Complaint Programs, and to receive, investigate and resolve complaints timely and effectively. For the more strategic, forward-thinking organizations, however, customer complaints do more than criticize: they provide invaluable insights for product development, organizational change, and process enhancements.
With the recent shift in regulatory supervision toward a focus on the risk of consumer harm in banking practices in addition to numerous regulatory changes on the horizon, financial services organizations are seeking value in controls and processes across the three lines of defense. Most especially, compliance internal audit has become one function management and directors are demanding to see greater value.
At a recent regulatory roundtable, members of banking regulatory agencies shared information about where they are focusing attention in examinations and oversight for 2017 compliance exams. While the agencies agree the risk of consumer harm is the primary focus area in examinations, they also emphasized their evaluations of compliance risk management programs help them contextualize technical violations.
On May 11, 2016 the Department of Treasury Financial Crimes Enforcement Network issued the Customer Due Diligence (CDD) Requirements for Financial Institutions under the Bank Secrecy Act. This final rule is intended to strengthen and clarify CDD requirements as well as, add a new requirement to identify and verify the beneficial owners of legal entity customers, subject to certain exclusions and exemptions. Covered Financial Institutions, as defined below, must comply with this rule by May 11, 2018.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) has developed a common methodology for the prudential regulatory agencies (FDIC, OCC, FRB), as well as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), to use in rating financial institution performance in consumer compliance.
We are seeing the emergence of a Skills Revolution — where helping people upskill and adapt to a fast-changing world of work will be the defining challenge of our time.
On January 25, 2017 the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) issued a set of exam procedures to guide regulatory examinations of third-party risk management (TPRM) programs in the banks the agency supervises.
On November 30, 2016, the CFPB published revisions to its Mortgage Servicing Compliance Guide reflecting final rules adopted in August. Requirements relating to periodic statements for borrowers in bankruptcy and provisions related to successors in interest are effective April 19, 2018; the remainder of the requirements and provisions are effective October 19, 2017.
Revenue from Contracts with Customers, replaces virtually all U.S. GAAP guidance that currently exists on revenue recognition with a single model to be applied to all contracts with customers.
Learn more about the long-awaited Accounting Standards Update, Revenue from Contracts with Customers (the Standard). The Standard replaces virtually all U.S. GAAP guidance that currently exists on revenue recognition with a single model to be applied to all contracts with customers.
Organizations continue to be challenged by the high demand for information technology (IT) professionals and the widening talent shortage for these crucial positions. Adding to this concern is the need to hire IT professionals with not only technical hard skills, but also the soft skills…
Despite vigorous efforts by regulators in the United States and Europe to punish bribery, .it still plagues many parts of the world
Year-end continues to be a challenge for most organizations. However, it doesn’t have to be if you plan accordingly. Consider these following actions to improve your year-end readiness.
In September, 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau imposed a multi-million dollar fine against a U.S. financial institution for sales practices that led to the creation of thousands of fictitious accounts. The actual financial impact of these accounts to consumers is estimated to reach millions of dollars.
Faced with additional reporting responsibilities, fewer staff, increased scrutiny and tight timeframes, most organizations find their personnel stretched to their limits at year-end.
On August 26, 2016 the U.S. Department of Defense issued an interpretive rule on the Military Lending Act (MLA), which becomes effective October 3, 2016. The interpretive rule addresses common industry questions regarding implementation challenges, and clarifies expectations regarding technical compliance and covered products, services and persons.
Development of a University Program in Eastern Europe to Train Students in Clinical Trial Programming
On April 29, 2016 the FFIEC published Appendix E, Mobile Financial Services (MFS) which is aimed at providing guidance for financial services institutions using MFS as part of their payment processing activities. The Appendix was created to address comments on the lack of technical detail and specific focus on MFS in existing FFIEC guidelines. Appendix E focuses on identifying and managing risks associated with MFS.
Companies - and regulators - are paying more attention to getting culture right, including conducting assessments of its efficacy.
April 14, 2016 - Join Experis for a complimentary, virtual panel webinar focused on the current information security talent climate and steps organizations can take to better protect themselves.
The settlement period for most securities in the U.S. is Trade Date plus 3 business days, commonly referred to as “T+3”. The financial services industry, in coordination with regulators, is planning to shorten the settlement cycle to Trade Date plus 2 business days, or “T+2”, by the 3rd quarter of 2017. The products subject to the shortened settlement cycle include equities, corporate bonds, municipal bonds, unit investment trusts and financial instruments comprised of these securities.
On March 21, 2016, an interagency guidance was issued on applying Customer Information Program (CIP) requirements to issuers of prepaid cards. This guidance is aimed at issuing banks as it relates to the CIP rules of Section 326 of the USA PATRIOT Act for certain “open-loop” prepaid cards. Examples of “open-loop” cards include cards used by employers to provide wages and pre-tax flexible spending for healthcare expenses.
Media outlets have broadly announced the lifting of sanctions against Iran beginning January 16, 2016 (Implementation Day). In the post Implementation Day environment, impact on some financial institutions has become more complex and has increased the need for informed due diligence. It is important to understand that while sanctions have been eased, in many cases sanctions have not been removed.
Recent market events have increased the level of regulatory scrutiny over liquidity risk management. As a result, many financial institutions are working diligently to further improve their processes and internal controls. Deficiencies cited by banks include: insufficient holdings of liquid assets, funding risky or illiquid asset portfolios with potentially volatile short-term liabilities, lack of meaningful cash flow projections, adequacy of the liquidity contingency plan, data quality issues, integrated technology platforms and reporting capabilities.
The widening information security talent gap continues to fuel the greatest challenge of our time: The continuous threat of data breaches on both businesses and individuals. As technology evolves and more data is created, pressure is put on organizations to respond to the challenge quickly.
As 2016 unfolds, with increasing numbers of loan originations under new TRID rules and requirements for MLOs, the CFPB and prudential regulators will be paying close attention to mortgage lending practices, processes, controls and risk management methods. Understanding regulatory agencies’ expectations and taking steps to effectively manage compliance risk will demonstrate to regulators that banks are making every effort to operate in a manner consistent with consumer protection rules and requirements.
The OCC is continuing its efforts to enhance the safety and soundness of the banking system. Understanding the agency's expectations and being prepared for an examination is in the best interests of all banking organizations.
Experis' team of experienced IT risk professionals can help you identify and assess your organizations IT risks. We employee a proven methodology and templates to develop and execute an effective assessment.
The IIA’s Financial Services Exchange – A Summary of Key Focus Areas for Internal Audit and Key Risk Areas for Management
When organizations manage compliance risk with effective internal controls, they realize cost and efficiency improvements. The Three Lines of Defense that comprise effective compliance management programs help to align and enhance compliance controls and coordinate efforts related to risks and controls. Data analytics can further enhance compliance program effectiveness and can be applied to each of the defense lines.
In this issue, we provide information on the CFPB's increased focus in the most recent regulatory exam cycle on practices related to overdrafts, lending, and consumer protection.
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TILA/RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) Rules: Preparing for the Changes
UDAAP continues to be an area of focus for regulators. Because the UDAAP provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act are so vague and provide loose definitions for key terms such as “unfair,” “deceptive,” and “abusive”, regulators are able to link alleged UDAAP violations to other consumer financial services laws. The following sections provide additional information on operational areas cited in recent UDAAP violations, penalties assessed and recommendations to protect your organization.
Learn more about the compliance with Regulation Z and TILA.
Transaction Monitoring: How to effectively detect suspicious activity through model validation.
ManpowerGroup’s 2014 Talent Shortage Survey revealed that for the third consecutive year, engineers ranked second on the global list of Top 10 Hardest Jobs to Fill. In the U.S., engineers ranked ninth among the hardest jobs to fill, and have appeared on the list for seven consecutive years, twice before holding the top spot.
To understand more deeply the extent to which employers are having difficulty finding the engineering talent they need, why this is the case, and what engineers are seeking in their careers, Experis, a ManpowerGroup company, conducted a survey in the first quarter of 2015 of both engineers and employers who hire engineering talent.
The report identifies a number of observations related to the performance of large, midsize, and community banks during 2014 and the points of emphasis that the OCC will focus on in 2015 as part of their examinations and other oversight activities. In the newsletter, we share OCC’s key areas of concern, their priorities for the next 12 months and guidelines to help your business prepare for the examinations.
Building effective compliance programs and sustaining exam readiness.
Gain insights about International Financial Reporting Standard 9 – Financial Instruments (the “Standard”), issued by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) in July 2015. Learn how it may impact your organization and what important steps you can take to prepare for the implementation.
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Manpower Employment Outlook Survey projects continued momentum in U.S. hiring intentions.
September 9, 2014 - Issue highlights: Stress Testing Capital: Requirements for financial firms.
November 4, 2014 - Vendor Risk Management: Guidance for managing third-party relationships
October 8, 2014 - Mortgage Operations: Linking compliance and operations, key to an efficient mortgage business.
The intent of this paper is to provide a perspective on the motivations, methods and impacts associated with security breaches and the criminal activity of hackers, whose efforts are now focused on hacking for gain and profit. It explores various historical aspects of how hacking has changed over the years, takes a look at some specific security breaches and data losses resulting from hacker attacks, and describes some critical aspects organizations need to consider to reduce their exposure (and the potential impacts) their organization might suffer from a breach.
To remain relevant beyond an ongoing assurance function, internal audit departments that transform their focus more heavily toward value creation as opposed to risk aversion will be viewed by their executive counterparts as equal contributors in the business, rather than a necessary corporate governance function that is a “cost of doing business.”
August 5, 2014 - Issue highlights: MERS Lawsuits: What it means for your financial institution...
With the right integrated approach, one that incorporates both business and technology needs, risk can be viewed as a strategic opportunity to drive performance, enhance bottom-line results and create sustainable value.
Experis Finance wants to make you aware that the enrollment window is closing on the unclaimed property “new” Voluntary Disclosure Program (“VDA Program”) that the Delaware Secretary of State (not the Department of Finance) launched. The VDA Program offers specific incentives and a window of opportunity for companies holding unclaimed property (“Holders”) owed to another (apparent “Owner”) to come forward to report unclaimed property liabilities on the Holder’s books and records in order to comply with Delaware’s Abandoned Property Law.
Experis Finance has a trained group of unclaimed property professionals who are familiar with the Delaware SOS’s VDA Program. In fact, in a webinar presented by the Delaware SOS and the Delaware VDA Administrators, LLC, it was stated to “[H]ire an advocate. Third-party advocates generally understand how to locate, identify, test, and report historic unclaimed property liability efficiently.” Let us be your company’s advocate.
On January 16, 2014, FASB issued ASU 2014-02 describing a simplified, alternative approach for eligible private companies to account for goodwill.
July 1, 2014 - Issue highlights: FFIEC Guidance: How Robust is Your Risk Assessment?
June 4, 2014 - Issue highlights: CFPB Guidance: Make consumer protection a priority and avoid costly risks...
May 6, 2014 - A Guideline for the Federal Reserve Recently Issued Enhanced Prudential Standards for Banks
On July 1st 2014 the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) will go into effect, requiring a 30% U.S. withholding on certain U.S. source income unless an entity complies with FATCA or is exempt. This checklist provides an overview of how some of the steps multinational companies should consider in order to become FATCA compliant.
April 8, 2014 - ORSA Update: New reporting requirements and what these rules mean for your organization.
COSO 2013: What Has Changed & Steps to Take to Ensure Compliance
March 4, 2014 - Issue highlights: Regulation Z: What you need to know about Finance Charge Calculations and How
to Avoid Costly Liability...
February 4, 2014 - Issue highlights: CFPB Revises Mortgage Examination Manual...
January 14, 2013 - Issue highlights: Volker Rule: Overview of requirements and what steps banking entities must take to ensure compliance...
December 10, 2013 - Issue highlights: Unfair, Deceptive, or Abusive Acts or Practices: A Regulation with Many Facets...
We are a leader in consulting and outsourcing tax services with deep experience in foreign tax issues, including tax withholding and information return reporting. Our services include an assessment of your company’s FATCA obligation, and the steps needed to become compliant.
November 5, 2013 - Issue highlights: What's New with the Mortgage Servicing Rules?
Sept. 13, 2013, the IRS released final “repairs and maintenance” regulations providing guidance regarding the deduction and capitalization of expenditures for tangible property. The final regulations elaborate on the current regulations and will affect all taxpayers that acquire, produce, or improve tangible property. The final regulations also discuss accounting for and retirement of depreciable property (Section 167) and accounting for property under MACRS other than general asset accounts (Section 168).
We partner with you to develop an accurate picture of the status of your sales
and use tax exposure underpayments and refunds and provide the assistance
you need to manage the ongoing process.
While the joint board meetings for convergence are coming to an end, companies should prepare for the new standards and how to implement them to ensure a smooth deployment of the new standards.
A key challenge facing businesses in
achieving successful project delivery is this:
mastering the multi-faceted collaborations
necessary to successfully execute the project
components seamlessly - and doing this as a
natural extension of the business rather than
as separate, alien and conflicting activity.
A major hospitality and gaming company relies on its reputation as a secure entity. They wanted to know of any potential vulnerabilities in their networks, systems, and applications in order to evaluate their security program and their ability to respond to attackers. Since it is a publicly held company and accepts credit card payments, SOX and PCI criteria, as well as business best practices, were the accepted standards for evaluating the security level.
Both the enforcement actions and the more general directives by each of the regulatory agencies reflect renewed focus on compliance management and performance. Financial institutions will need to take a more holistic approach to
managing risks associated with mortgage loan servicing. It will be critical to integrate business processes with risk and compliance management efforts.
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) (Boards) plan to reissue the exposure draft on accounting for leases in the fourth quarter of 2011 with a final standard to be issued by mid 2012.
Cloud computing risks still include data privacy, availability, service provisioning, malicious attack, and regulatory compliance. Mitigating the risks, now more than ever before, requires a mature vendor management program in which cloud service providers are tasked contractually with guaranteeing the information security requirements of their customers.
Many organizations are evaluating how a transition to IFRS will affect them. The questions below will help you assess your readiness for a transition to IFRS.
Leverage the COSO ERM Integrated Framework to achieve a systematic, sustainable tax risk control environment.
Today, many hospitals with legacy integration products are seeking to replace
their aging “interface engines” with less expensive, more robust “integration
Effective service provider engagements involve up-front planning and active, ongoing management.
The medical device industry comprises a major sector of the overall healthcare
industry, representing a more than $100 billion industry in the U.S. in 2008,
roughly 42 percent of the world’s total. While device companies are relatively small
compared to pharmaceutical companies, research in this area is growing on its
own and is increasingly essential in pharmaceutical research, as well. In this paper,
differences between the medical device industry and the pharmaceutical industry
will be outlined, and ways of handling clinical trials and the corresponding statistical
analysis of medical device data will be discussed.
For one leading software company, flexible workforce solutions are the best way to
stay ahead of the technology curve in the fast-paced software industry. The firm must
continually adjust the size and make-up of its workforce to match priority projects and
initiatives. With custom products and U.S. locations coast to coast, the global firm
needed high-level recruiting expertise to find IT professionals with specialized skill sets.
When a global manufacturer won several contracts, they needed a significant number of experienced Mechanical, Electrical and Design Engineers to meet deadlines.
Our client, a $50 billion dollar pharmaceutical distribution company, was in a state of extreme transition caused by regulatory changes to their global marketplace and a recent merger with a former competitor. Their IT department was challenged with supporting and prioritizing the needs of a merged company whose segments each had their own objectives, operating applications and business leaders. The merger had also necessitated the relocation of a major portion of IT’s function across the country.
A major financial institution knew that a better understanding of customer segments, behaviors, and needs was crucial to staying competitive. Realizing that they lacked the bandwidth to analyze their customer banking data internally and within a reasonable timeframe, they began a search for a business analytics firm partner.
One of the nation’s largest commercial banking organizations, serving a broad range of consumer, commercial and institutional clients, purchased a suite of HP Mercury test tools including QuickTest Professional™ (QTP) and Test Director™ for Quality Center (QC). The client’s objective was to implement and roll-out both tools at multiple sites including, Richmond, VA; Orlando, FL; and Atlanta, GA.
With data centers spread out across five cities, our client faced numerous challenges both physical and systemic. Data centers struggled to keep pace with a growing infrastructure’s inherent demands. They lacked an adequate power capacity, raised fl oor space, and the density reinforcement to accommodate new systems. Chances for system failure grew along with increased support responsibilities as each data center rapidly approached operations capacity.
The client, an owner and manager of physical power generation plants, provides energy marketing, energy trading products, and services throughout the United States and Canada. In this extremely complex, dynamic industry, plant operations and trading positions must be continually managed to maximize profitability and mitigate risks. Accurate, timely information is critical to the company’s success and profits.
A large Fortune 500 financial services company, had a data integration environment consisting of highly decentralized stores of information spread throughout the organization, developed over many years without a driving corporate information strategy. The problems originated when various individuals and business units began to build and deploy their own IT solutions, without leadership from the formal IT group.
High-quality statistics and reporting are crucial for any global pharmaceutical
company — especially during clinical trials and developmental phases for new
drugs. To support the reporting needs from multiple clinical trials, our client’s
Statistical and Reporting Division carefully evaluated several vendors’ statistical
programming capabilities before selecting Experis Clinical as their Functional
Challenge: The company had no automated mechanism for tracking the complex, non-standardized contracts or monthly
invoice processes that incorporated the devices’ per-click or per-page billing.
The client selected Experis Infrastructure and Data Solutions (IDS) practice because of its extensive knowledge of regulatory mandates and remediation processes. A critical element of SOX requires the certifi cation of user access to systems that access the company’s fi nancial data. In conjunction with the client, the IDS team worked to develop, deploy and implement the attestation for user access to systems where fi nancial data resided. IDS worked to identify all individuals with access to fi nancial data, confi rmed they were authorized to do so and helped to ensure correct confi guration for access.
An internationally-renowned high performance automotive engineering
company needed high performance engineering talent.
The University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC) – an alliance of more than 100 academic medical centers and more than 200 of their affiliated hospitals – represents nearly 90% of the nation’s nonprofit academic medical centers. UHC’s mission is to advance knowledge, foster collaboration, and promote change to help consortium member organizations succeed in their respective markets. These member organizations receive access to many performance improvement products and services.
Over a period of one year, Experis built and staffed a secure, off-site 11 person technical writing team that included technical writers, editors, user experience resources and a project manager. The client assigned an Information Technology liaison for the Experis team to function as the “gate keeper” for all client projects to which Experis would provide technical writing services.
A leading global Biotechnology company was implementing a multi-product SAP implementation including mySAP 2005 ECC 5.0 and BI in a two phased effort beginning with Global HR and core SAP (Financials, Logistics, etc.). A second and more complex Manufacturing functionality phase followed introducing updated versions of Supply Chain for its North American operations.
Experis leveraged a Senior Technical Manager from the Infrastructure and Data Solutions (IDS) practice to assess the current environment and provide recommendations. The existing Altiris and SCCM software inventory in combination with Microsoft Application Compatibility Toolkit were used to identify all software in the environment and prioritized according to the number of PCs on which each package was installed.
Experis was engaged by the world’s largest IT Company whose revenue recently totaled over $100 billion. In partnership with the IT company, Experis provided document capture (scan and index) support at approximately 39 correctional and rehabilitation facilities for one of the country’s largest states. The multi-year, multi-million dollar effort automated and streamlined offender non-digital data management systems.
Software innovation with Big Bottom Line Impact. Two process improvement modules were successfully implemented for this multi-million dollar distribution client utilizing JD Edwards OneWorld Software.
Our client, one of the largest banks in America, engaged Experis in a multi-phased, multi-pronged risk management data warehousing and BI initiative. This effort was focused on three key areas: Commercial Credit Modeling, Asset Quality Reporting and Anti-Money Laundering.
Recently a state agency, one of the largest in the western United States, conducted a review of its management, personnel, and fi nancial practices and determined the need to standardize policies and procedures. The agency’s goal was the procurement of a statewide system which facilitated improved fi nancial management, human resource management and risk management. The leadership within this agency knew the task would be diffi cult, not only to select a system, but to implement a comprehensive systems package as well. The state agency comprised 41 sites and 8,500 end users. A major challenge included identifying what to implement, crafting an implementation plan and ultimately who to partner with in the vast landscape of SAP Service Integrators
Experis utilized its SAP Practice in numerous ways to resolve the firm’s sourcing needs. First, Experis’ dedicated SAP recruiting team was able to both quickly identify, technically screen and present multiple qualified candidates per role. Due to Experis’ extensive SAP knowledge and experience, the rapid sourcing enabled seamless resource integration. Second, Experis’ SAP practice was able to assist the firm via the involvement of Experis’ SAP Engagement Managers (EMs). By leveraging their skills and experience, Experis EMs were able to obtain the necessary information directly from the firm’s account managers providing more requirement clarity and accelerating the sourcing efforts.
The Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) prides itself in its teaching
and research capabilities, as well as the extensive learning resources it makes available
to its students, faculty and staff. Its mission is to develop, implement and disseminate
innovative approaches to veterinary and biomedical education.
One of the nation’s leaders in the short-term loan industry needed to replace their current intranet. They wanted to take advantage of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 capabilities including document management, collaboration, blogs, wikis, team sites, and Outlook 2007 integration. The client also sought to reinforce their new branding and to launch the intranet in conjunction with their headquarters move and consolidation. The overall objective was to create a solution that provided an effective means of communicating across the enterprise, increased productivity of key business units and secured access.
As one of the most highly regarded telecommunication organizations in the world, this client has multiple testing departments within its organization that supply quality control expertise for its billing and customer care application development and testing. These applications provide maximum customer service levels that are vital to day-to-day business operations.
The world’s leading provider of SAP consulting solutions had a number of projects both
ongoing and planned with one of the world’s leading telecommunications companies.
This telecommunications client was positioned to embark upon a very strategic,
complicated, and high-profi le SAP BW 3.5 to SAP BI 7.0 upgrade project. Based on
the strong level of trust, partnered approach, and proven SAP experience Experis was
selected to drive the BI upgrade from a project management perspective as well
as provide highly skilled SAP resources.
On August 27, 2008, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed a roadmap
outlining milestones that need to be met before the SEC moves toward mandatory adoption
of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for all U.S. filers.
Implementing a Business Intelligence strategy can be a daunting and challenging task. SAS has introduced many concepts to us by bringing a comprehensive BI solution to the market.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has established a roadmap for transitioning U.S. filers from U.S. GAAP to IFRS. The difficult question for filers is, how soon should I begin to implement IFRS?
For hiring managers who expect little to no voluntary turnover in their workforce, the months ahead may come as a shock. Companies are already turning their attention to hiring; competitors may easily lure key employees away as business improves and
workforce mobility intensifies. With seasoned employees preparing to exit and new hires coming in the door, now is the time for companies to cultivate one of their most distinctive assets. A proactive knowledge retention and transfer strategy will ensure that the investments made now in hiring and training are not lost over the long term.
This white paper gives you information regarding: Managing Succession and Global Insights on Current Practices
Getting a new SAS Enterprise Business Intelligence (EBI) Platform up and running is an exciting time for a company. The promises heard during the sales cycle and project demonstrations need to become actionable processes by the administrators, power users and information consumers once the installation is complete. The reality is that this can only happen with careful planning and preparation before, during and after the SAS platform installation process.
White paper examines technical security and auditing features that support HIPAA compliance.
Collecting payment for services rendered is essential to the solidity of any healthcare
organization and coders are key drivers in that process. Experienced and productive
coders will be in even greater demand as the challenges of claim submission and
reimbursement driven by ICD-10 draw near. To retain and engage these professionals,
organizations need to plan now for ways to involve, train, support and recognize them.
Creating dynamic, data driven programs is a very powerful tool. Often we can
use the metadata or the project data itself to help write our programs. This paper
will introduce some of the concepts related to writing SAS® programs which will
generate pieces of SAS code in a data driven manner.
This paper is intended to present an alternative to using only the traditional SAS modules in a clinical trial environment.
Hiring optimism among U.S. employers is gaining momentum as positive outlooks are reported broadly across all industries and geographies, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey released today by ManpowerGroup.
Survey data shows steady increases in hiring plans amount to considerable 3-Year progress in hiring optimism among U.S. employers is gaining momentum as positive outlooks are reported broadly across all industries and geographies, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey released today by ManpowerGroup.
Survey Data Reveals Increase in U.S. Employers' Hiring Plans for the Third Quarter. Hiring confidence among U.S. employers continues to inch up as all states, regions and industries surveyed report a positive Net Employment Outlook.
Despite several challenging external factors, U.S. hiring decision makers intend to continue hiring at a steady pace during the final months of 2012.
More and more, transparency in corporate activities is the expectation of regulatory agencies, consumers/clients, boards and other stakeholders. This means organizations must make careful decisions about risk and be able to demonstrate compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Compliance Solutions from Experis™ help organizations identify business risk, develop and implement controls, and provide ongoing monitoring of the risk environment to ensure continued compliance.
The following document highlights the types of business decisions that all organizations should consider as they plan for ICD-10 Implementation.
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