This Compliance Organisational Structure template describes the structure for governance, risk and compliance management of an organisation.
There are 3 alternative options. All three options provide for an integrated framework to governance, risk and compliance management with responsibilities and accountability of compliance obligations outlined accordingly. Guidance on selecting the correct option for your organisation is provided and templates for each of the 3 options contained in the Microsoft Power Point file.
The overarching corporate governance framework adopts a three lines of defence model for ensuring an efficient monitoring of all operational and management systems within the organisation, including the compliance management system.
This template is applicable to organisations of all sizes and should be read in conjunction with the following documents:
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This document forms part of the set of documents used for building an integrated governance, risk management and compliance framework for an organisation. We recommend that you read our Guide to Governance Risk Management and Compliance before using this document.
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Compliance organisational structure
- Description. 1
- Access. 1
- No of pages. 1
- Author 1
- Last updated. 1
- Integrated framework. 1
- Complete kit 1
- Related documents. 1
- Revision table. 2
- Document location. 2
- Purpose. 2
- Scope. 2
- Governance structure. 2
- [Option 1 Compliance organisational structure: 3
- Organisation chart 3
- Compliance documentation. 4
- [Option 2 Compliance organisational structure: 5
- Organisation chart 5
- Compliance documentation. 5
- [Option 3: Compliance organisational structure: 7
- Organisation chart 7
- Compliance documentation. 8
- Collaborative approach. 9
- Three lines of defence. 9
- Periodic review.. 9