RSM Australia

Risk Advisory

With the ever-changing landscape of threats that organisations continue to face, the management of risk remains a priority for both board members and shareholders. The events of the global banking crisis through to recent cybercrime events demonstrate the importance of organisations identifying threats at an early stage and appropriately responding to these.

At RSM, we specialise in working with organisations like yours. Through the service line offering available, we can assist your organisation with successfully balancing risk and control to enhance the value that you deliver to your stakeholders.

We understand that organisations require support and guidance as you develop systems and processes to protect your business and its success. We have market and sector expertise that, combined with specialist technical expertise with a leading edge approach to risk management, ensures they remain at the forefront of implementing new approaches to managing risk.

Our services to the local government sector

RSM has a long history, both in Australia and overseas, of providing a wide range of value added services to local government. Challenges facing Councils and Councillors continue to increase, driven by greater community expectations, regulatory changes, and enhancements to governance structures, amalgamations and restructures.

Industry insight - Milk powder manufacturing

A snapshot of the key statistics and current industry performance in the milk powder manufacturing sector.

Why security shouldn’t be a spectator sport in your organisation in 2016

There are many organisatons with a gap in their risk management strategies that is affecting the security of sensitive and private information according to RSM Australia.

C-Suite's dirty little fraud secret

Fraud by CEOs, CFOs and others in the ‘C-suite’ is a dirty little secret which is rarely discussed but happens with disturbing regularity. It is one of those once in a lifetime events that seem to happen regularly!

Managing change at board and executive level

RSM recently held a lunch featuring a panel including Paula Dwyer, Professor Judith Sloan and Fiona McGauchie with Catherine Walter as MC to discuss how to manage change at board and executive level. This is a synopsis of the event.

Managing the risk of forged degrees and diplomas

Recent media has reported that there is considerable risk of forged degrees and diplomas entering Australian employment markets visa sophisticated, off-shore forgery businesses offering them at a premium fee.

Government entities: corruption risk management and an integrity framework

Government (at the Commonwealth, state or territory, local levels with municipal councils, and agencies and other government entities) has been leading the way in mitigating the risks of fraud, bribery, corruption and improper conduct which is often in terms of breaches of public sector values or public sector codes of conduct or ethics.

Emissions Reduction Fund auction – what’s next for Australian businesses looking to participate

New methodologies likely to be approved before the next Emissions Reduction Fund auction will open up opportunities for more businesses and industries to participate, but they must act now, according to RSM.

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