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Compliance of J-SOX requirements includes risk assessment, internal controls, financial reporting, control design and test execution.

J-SOX Compliance

Our five phase approach provides guidance for successful compliance of J-SOX requirements within your organization.

  1. Planning & Scoping:
    • Evaluate and Compare J-SOX to U.S. SOX Requirements on a Company Level
    • Establish Materiality Threshold Metrics
    • Assess Risk at the Company Level with Emphasis on Safeguarding of Assets and IT Control Environment
  2. Control Assessment:
    • Evaluate Company-Level Internal Controls
    • Evaluate Process-Level Internal Controls over Closing and Financial Reporting
    • Evaluate Process-Level Internal Controls Other than Closing and Financial Reporting Processes
  3. Risk Assessment & Control Design:
    • Determine and Rate the Inherent Risk
    • Review Internal Control System Designed and Implemented by the Management
    • Align the Control Activities to the Risk at the Company Level
    • Identify Key Controls
  4. Testing & Evaluating Controls:
    • Develop Test Plans based on the Significance and Type of Control
    • Review Test Plans with Management with Consideration of Implemented Internal Control System
    • Perform Test Execution
  5. Deficiency Assessment & Conclusion Report:
    • Evaluate Identified Control Deficiencies
    • Communicate Identified Control Deficiencies to Management
    • Prepare Conclusion Report
    • Provide Response to IT 

Read more about J-SOX Versus U.S. Sarbanes Oxley Act Specifics of J-SOX Requirements.

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