How do you measure and understand the shift in culture and accountability that SMCR, and other accountability regulations, have on your organisation? UK SMCR is a driving force around the world in accountability regulations. What started with the UK FCA has propagated itself in Australia BEAR, Ireland SEAR, Hong Kong MIC, and more. These accountability regulations are driving a fundamental shift in the culture of accountability for risk and compliance within financial services. Using the breakfast metaphor, we will illustrate the fundamental change for responsibility to accountability in a simple way. The chicken that delivers your eggs is interested in the meal, but the pig who becomes your bacon is committed to the breakfast. This webinar delivers an understanding of the culture change and impact that accountability regulations, like SMCR, have on financial services organisations. Michael Rasmussen, of GRC 20/20 Research, will detail his findings and interactions with the culture change to accountability he sees from these regulations. SureCloud's Product Marketing Director will demonstrate how the SureCloud solution helps you to gain control of your SMCR requirements and report on your SMCR overall status. Key takeaways: -Understand the scope of accountability regulations that started with UK SMCR -Articulate the difference between accountability and responsibility these regulations bring -Monitor the cultural change of accountability in financial services organisations -Identify best practices to embrace these regulations for culture change and impact -Deliver an understanding of how technology makes UK SMCR more efficient, effective, and agile


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