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With the UK government having issued the white paper 'Restoring trust in audit and corporate governance' on March 18, 2021, businesses must now, if not already, start to plan for what lies ahead in terms of a UK version of SOX Sarbanes-Oxley Act ("UK SOX")'
This panel discussion brings together esteemed industry leaders to explore and discuss how U.K organisations can not only start preparing for the UK Sarbanes-Oxley Act ("UK SOX") but drive transformational change and get ahead by focusing on building a robust, effective control framework.
Our panellists will offer you a glimpse of what your business should to be doing sooner rather than later, provide insight into valuable lessons learned from US SOX and advise on the implications if steps are not taken now.
In this session, our thought leaders from Fieldfisher, Searchlight Consulting, and SafePaaS will be discussing:
•How to understand what the white paper means for your organisation and the possible implications of “UK SOX"
•Lessons learned from US SOX
•How to take a proactive towards the reform to ensure your organisation is compliant and prepared
•How to not be caught off-guard, how to create a roadmap
•Why controls are not only about checking the box but about running a better business
•How to ensure your business transformation is delivered in a compliant way
Rehman Noormohamed - Partner at Fieldfisher
Rem is an international lawyer and leading UK expert in the field of digital transformation, IP, IT, telecoms, data privacy and cybersecurity law. He acts for cross-sector multi-nationals and listed companies (typically FTSE 250). Rem has over 25 years of Industrial, operational, legal (including GRC) and strategic leadership experience, including recently as a CIO, executive board member of a UK law firm and as a NED.
Adrian Rogers - Capability Lead Business Architecture & Compliance at Searchlight Consulting
Adrian spent 20 years in a variety of finance roles prior to switching to consulting where he has used his experience and knowledge helping clients to design the delivery of transformation programmes and business process to be both regulatory compliant and business efficient.
Nigel King - CEO of Software Strategy Tools and Consulting
Nigel King, current IT Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University and former VP at Oracle brought the first of the GRC products that were part of an ERP platform to market for Oracle. Nigel is a highly accomplished and results-driven Executive with over 25 years of success strengthening software engineering for global software providers, across sales, consulting and development, manufacturing, distribution, and finance.
Navinder Kaplish – Client Service Director Specialist in GRC at SafePaaS
Navinder has over 17 years, including Big4 (Deloitte and EY) experience, of leading business transformation and risk & compliance programs for large, global clients. Nav has a wealth of knowledge and skills in the GRC space that he has honed at global organizations such as the BBC, LHR, Millicom and, Honeywell.