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Financial Governance

Financial governance is the stringent set of rules and guidance issued by regulators to ensure that financial processes are, well, governed! A large part of financial governance is a company’s reporting capabilities which include everything from internal controls, to audits, to process workflows, to financial controls, data tracking and security and reporting integrity. Essentially, anything that plays into a company’s ability to be compliant with regulatory guidance.

At the core of financial governance is corporate governance which emerged out of scandals like Enron, regulatory measures like the US’s Sarbanes Oxley Act and UK’s Companies Act.

The best ways to ensure sound financial governance is to:

  • Keep up to date on all compliance regulations
  • Automated controls
  • Conduct frequent risk assessments
  • Conduct internal and external audits

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