Safeguards that may eliminate or reduce the various threats to an acceptable level fall into 2 categories:

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(A)              Safeguards created by profession, legislation or regulation.

 

ü  Corporate governance regulations.

ü  Professional or regulatory monitoring & disciplinary procedures.

ü  Educational training & experience requirements for entry into the profession.

ü  Professional standards.

ü  Continuing professional development requirements.

(B)               Safeguards in work environment.

 

ü   Strong internal controls.

ü  Appropriate disciplinary process.

ü  The employing organizations ethics & conduct programs.

ü  Policies & procedures to implement & monitor the quality of employer performance.

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