Sunday, October 18, 2009

S. Srinivasan - YouTube links

S. Srinivasan

 

1)      Checks and balances in brick-and-mortar companies

2)      Audit professional should understand the client's business

3)      Things that CAs often take for granted

4)      Corporates operate in a corrupt environment

5)      Frauds generally start in a small way

6)      Software companies can follow best practices of the manufacturing sector

7)      Motivations for financial engineering

8)      External and internal audit reports are not studied and acted upon

9)      Intangibleness in service business offers scope for fraud

10)  Inherent inhibition of auditors to know more about software business

11)  Ethical degradation both in the business and profession

12)  How independent are the independent directors

13)  Auditors who are unjustifiably removed need a forum

14)  Can independent directors prove he has tried to do his best

15)  Media has to be proactive with regard to corporate governance

16)  Does studying the balance sheet help

17)  Scope for fraud in so-called inorganic growth

18)  Pattern analysis of listed companies can bring up surprises

19)  CAs in employment come under a lot of pressure

20)  Accountants may unknowingly be dealing with fudged documents

21)  How do business leaders keep track of two sets of numbers

22)  Quick penal action will send the right signals to the corporate world

23)  Confession by Raju seems well-orchestrated, considering the SEC angle

24)  High level of taxation on enterprises

25)  What advantages do small audit firms bring to the table

26)  Mock due diligence can bring hidden frauds to light

27)  Do external auditors effectively use the work of internal auditors

28)  Importance of information security (in Tamil)

 

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