Using Risk Assessments As Evidence

A risk assessment may be used to determine the quality of an organization's compliance management program and to demonstrate that management has taken a proactive approach to compliance with federal laws and regulations. But risk assessments are used in business, security, government, mental health and many other venues subject to legal proceedings, during which the risk assessment may be subject to discovery or may be introduced as evidence.
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A risk assessment may be used to determine the quality of an organization's compliance management program and to demonstrate that management has taken a proactive approach to compliance with federal laws and regulations. But risk assessments are used in business, security, government, mental health and many other venues subject to legal proceedings, during which the risk assessment may be subject to discovery or may be introduced as evidence.

Gary Deutsch is a licensed CPA in Maryland and has a B.A. in accounting and an MBA in finance from Loyola University Maryland. Over the past 10 years, he has trained thousands of financial institution professionals in all aspects of risk management and is a LexisNexis author on risk management topics.

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