Governance and Risk Management

Sound corporate governance and an integrated approach to enterprise risk management are essential for your long-term success. With organizations facing more scrutiny than ever, you need the awareness to navigate today’s shifting landscape, along with leading policies and practices to meet growing stakeholder and regulatory demands. 

We help you take hold of your strategic, financial, and operational objectives — and avoid potential pitfalls which can impact your business. Our insights and processes ensure you deliver transparency, vigilance, and accountability across all areas of your organization through strong governance and a robust enterprise risk management program.

Solutions for Your Success

Following are two ways we can help you identify, monitor, and mitigate principal risks in your organization.

  • Corporate Governance

    Implement a governance model that fits your organization, complies with requirements and meets stakeholder expectations. We help you adopt leading policies, guidelines and processes which position you to succeed in an environment of growing scrutiny, competing demands and increasingly stringent regulations.

  • Risk Management

    Embrace a holistic and integrated approach to identifying, evaluating, prioritizing, managing, and monitoring risks. We help you implement formal enterprise risk management frameworks, which allow you to proactively manage threats and maximize opportunities.

    Insights

    Governance and risk management strategies and analysis for your business

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    • Confidence

      March 01, 2022

      What investors want: an ESG field guide for businesses

      Transparency, and sustainability aren’t just buzzwords anymore — we look at how getting these right can make or break your relationship with capital markets.

    • Confidence

      February 24, 2022

      Climate transition risk and financial institutions

      Canada's financial institutions are uniquely exposed to risk as domestic and global economies seek to address climate change. The results of a federal pilot project shed light on how the financial sector is responding, and the necessary steps to thrive in a net zero business environment.

    • Confidence

      February 17, 2022

      Truth fiction and trust in ESG reporting

      Amid a growing push for more transparency on environmental, social, and governance benchmarks, it’s becoming more difficult — and more vital — for organizations to demonstrate real, meaningful progress. 

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    Maggie Kiel MBA, CIA, ABCP, CRMA, ICD.D

    National Leader Governance and Risk

    Margriet (Maggie) Kiel, CIA, MBA, ABCP, CRMA, is MNP’s National Leader for Governance and Risk. Maggie has more than 18 years of experience providing customized solutions in corporate governance, risk management and internal audit services.

    Maggie has provided corporate governance, ERM and internal audit solutions on an international scale to a wide range of industries with a specific focus on the public sector, health services, post-secondary education and financial institutions. Among her other key areas of expertise are business process re-engineering services, facilitation of strategic and business planning processes and leading organizational effectiveness reviews.

    Prior to joining MNP, Maggie was a Partner with a big four chartered accountancy firm leading their Risk Management and Internal Audit practice in Northern Australia, Papua New Guinea and Russia. Other countries Maggie has worked in are the Netherlands, Ukraine, United States of America and Canada.

    Maggie is a designated Chartered Accountant in Australia, a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), an Associate Business Continuity Professional (ABCP), and is Certified in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA). In addition, she holds a Master of Professional Accounting and a Master of Business Administration (MBA).

    Maggie is currently a member of the National Education Committee of the Canadian Institute of Internal Auditors. She also serves as the vice chair on the Canadian Standards Association Technical Committee on Risk Management.