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ADAA Resolution number 1 - a step towards strengthening governance

ADAA Resolution number 1

The introduction of Resolution number 1 by the Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority (ADAA) aims to strengthen the governance structure within organizations.

Raajeev B Batra

Partner and Head of Risk Management

KPMG Lower Gulf


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GCC regulations are constantly being evaluated to reflect the leading practices and latest trends across the globe. Introduction of the Resolution number 1 of 2017 by ADAA pertaining to auditing the financial statements of subject entities, covering internal controls over financial reporting, is one such endeavour to strengthen governance structure within subject entities.

How can KPMG help?

  • Understanding the current state and identifying the key controls
  • Evaluating, reviewing, validation and documentation of the entity level controls
  • Review the process flows and develop risk controls matrix
  • Develop gap reporting and recommend remediation planning in line with the requirements,
  • Continuously monitor the effectiveness of internal control and improvements needed in framework, processes and changes in laws and regulations
  • Automation of management testing of Internal controls testing to comply with the regulation.
  • Conducting bespoke, public training courses (upcoming training – 8th & 9th April 2018)

View our full services on the ADAA Resolution number 1.

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