Regulators refer to internal controls as a properly designed and consistently enforced system that helps a financial services firm’s board of directors and management to safeguard the organization’s resources, produce reliable financial reports, and comply with laws and regulations. A robust system of internal controls also reduces the likelihood and impact of significant errors and irregularities, and assists in their timely detection when they do occur.

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