Certificate In International Compliance: Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel, Dubai, July 8 – 11, 2012

The goal of this course is to provide compliance officers and managers with skills that can be immediately used upon return to the organisation. You will learn to appreciate the extent to which organisations and their public officers are exposed to in the ever-increasing regulatory environment, how to identify the compliance issues that have the most significance for you and how to introduce a compliance management programme within your organisation.

Business Benefits:
* Define the meaning of compliance for your organisation and be capable of developing an organisational response to its demands

* Appreciate the relationship between corporate ethics, governance and compliance, including the market expectation of that relationship

* Know what drives your compliance exposure both at home

and abroad and understand the risk consequences of noncompliance

* Recognise the implications of corporate accountability in

developing a culture of compliance

* Understand how to produce a corporate compliance programme tailored to your own organisation and learn how to optimise your organisational structure for compliance
Who Should Attend?

This course is designed to provide a holistic overview of compliance. All professionals with responsibility for compliance will benefit by attending, specifically:
* Directors and Senior Managers

* Company Secretaries

* Compliance Professionals

* Risk Managers

* Legal Advisers and Lawyers

* In-House Corporate Counsel

* Auditors and Audit Managers

* Compliance Officers and Managers

Certificate In International Compliance | Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel, Dubai | July 8 – 11, 2012 | Dubai Events: Training:

Event Name: Certificate In International Compliance

Event Category: Training

Date: July 8 – 11, 2012

Venue: Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Details:

Certificate In International Compliance
General Enquiry:

Janet D’Souza

Tel: +971 4 335 2437

Fax: +971 4 335 2438
http://www.iirme.com/compliance
Venue Contact:

Jumeirah Emirates Towers

Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Tel: +971 4 330 0000

Fax: +971 4 330 3030
http://www.jumeirah.com/hotels-and-resorts/destinations/dubai/jumeirah-emirates-towers/
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Advanced Financial Statement Analysis Training: Kempinski Hotel, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai | July 15 – 18, 2012.

As the global economy continues to pass through a period of uncertainty, the ability of finance professionals to effectively analyse financial statements and make decisions based on this analysis is increasingly important. Assessing the financial health of a company can be a complex task and a simplistic approach to financial analysis can potentially lead to misleading (and costly) decisions.
This course will provide you with the necessary analytical framework and a wide array of practical tools to help you understand and exploit information in financial statements. You will be shown how to examine the many valuable and relevant pieces that make up a financial statement. Application of advanced techniques will enable you to gain more information out of financial statements, allowing you to better assess a company’s profitability and risk and to make more accurate valuations.

Various approaches to investment analysis and valuation will be explored. You will also delve into specific decisions such as mergers & acquisitions, divestitures, investments and trading that managers face in their organisations.
It is essential for all those who have to read, understand and analyse financial statements. The tools and techniques you will gain from this highly informative course will be easily transferable to the workplace, enhanced through a combination of interactive case studies, exercises and examples.
Learning Objectives:
* Focus on the assessment of business performance through the analysis of financial statements as well as the valuation of off-balance sheet obligations and commitments i.e. documentary credits and derivatives

* Understand the different approaches for pricing a company’s fair value for a variety of purposes, i.e. mergers & acquisitions, divestitures, investments and trading

* Analyse the different problems and risk variables that a company might encounter via the proper analysis of its financial statements

* Detect the weak spots in a company’s performance and eventually assist bank executives to cross sell their different products in asset liability management, risk management, etc
Who Should Attend This Course?

This course will specifically benefit those working in finance and accounts departments or involved with credit and business analysis, investment management and financial decision makers in major corporations, banks and other financial institutions.

Advanced Financial Statement Analysis | Kempinski Hotel, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai | July 15 – 18, 2012 | Dubai Events: Training:

Event Name: Advanced Financial Statement Analysis

Event Category: Training

Date: July 15 – 18, 2012

Venue: Kempinski Hotel, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Details:

Advanced Financial Statement Analysis
General Enquiry:

Janet D’Souza

Tel: +971 4 335 2437

Fax: +971 4 335 2438
http://www.iirme.com/finstatement
Venue Contact:

Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates

Sheikh Zayed Road, Al Barsha

Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Tel: +971 4 341 0000

Fax: +971 4 409 5013
http://www.kempinski.com/en/dubai/Pages/Welcome.aspx
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ICDL’s new ‘IT Security’ certification program.

Cybercrime is a growing threat for active Internet corridors in the Middle East, ICDL’s new ‘IT Security’ certification program designed to arm computer users against today’s digital dangers.
 Recent high profile cyber incidents in the region have highlighted the increasingly complex, sophisticated and organized nature of cybercrime. According to a Symantec Internet Threat Report 65% of adults globally have fallen prey to cybercrime; the incurred costs of these cyber attacks amount to nearly $114 billion annually as highlighted by another Cybercrime report published by Norton. More than two-thirds of adults who spend time online have been a victim of cybercrime in their lifetime. Cybercriminals attack by the second, resulting in more than one million victims globally every day; that is two citizens every minute in the UAE alone, second only to Saudi Arabia.

These facts underline a growing threat in a region experiencing a rapid surge in technology use by individuals. As of December 31, 2011, the Middle East has posted the second highest regional increase in Internet usage for the period 2000 to 2011 at a rate of 2,244.8 per cent. The GCC region posts the highest Internet growth in the Arab World with around 4 million Internet users that account for a 10 per cent Internet penetration rate.
Individuals at home and in the workplace with low to medium computer experience are especially susceptible to Internet fraud and attacks as they consider themselves adequately protected by their software and hardware, unaware that criminal elements have the advanced skills and persistence to break into their systems.
In response to the growing need for an adapted security awareness programme that addresses these risks at the individuals’ level, ICDL GCC Foundation introduced the new “IT Security” module. This Security focused programme provides the learner with an essential understanding of how to use a computer in a safe and secure manner, protecting personal data and that of other users. With “IT Security”, ICDL will intensify and support government efforts to educate the general public on the best practices of cyber safety.
The new module also provides flexibility and a wider range of options for achieving the ICDL certification. Candidates will now have the choice to take IT Security as an additional module to the ICDL package or replace any of the 7 required modules with this new unit to gain the ICDL Certificate.Individuals can also choose to take IT Security as a standalone certification.
By providing a more flexible approach to certification, ICDL GCC Foundation is responding to market demand; people either want or need to be certified in a broader range of activities from which they can choose.
ICDL-accredited centers will be offering the new ICDL Module 12 – IT Security to impart essential skills on the secure daily use of ICT, such as the use of techniques and applications to protect network connections; data and information management; proper Internet etiquette or ‘netiquette,’ responsible use of Social Media, and Parental Control. Participants will gain a solid understanding of the key concepts related to the importance of secure information and data, physical security, privacy and identity theft.
The module’s content categories include Security Concepts, Malware, Network Security, Secure Web Use, Communications, and Secure Data Management.
“The dangers of the Internet must not be taken lightly. Left untended, security gaps in the home or office network could lead to disastrous results such as identity theft or even physical attacks. The occurrence of cyber-crimes in our region has proliferated due to the lack of awareness, and the lack of educated prevention by the user. The ICDL IT Security module arms computer users with the prerequisite skills to create robust defenses to their offline and online environments, providing them with a valuable asset amidst the surge in Internet activity being experienced throughout the Gulf region,” said Jamil Ezzo, Director General of the ICDL GCC Foundation
ICDL is the world’s most recognized ICT certification widely known and respected for its ethos of not-for-profit and vendor neutrality. Like the program’s 11 other existing modules, ICDL Module 12 – IT Security has been designed to provide real-world examples that make practical skills relevant and deliver content that references relevant studies and statistics. It addresses the need to keep pace with technology advancements and raises awareness on the basics of protecting and preserving data, identity and privacy.
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