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Beyond compliance: Optimizing the Three Lines Model

When preparing your lending institution's business goals for 2024 has your organization considered implementing the Three Lines Model? Or do you need to find ways to enhance/streamline the Three Lines Model ?  The Three Lines Model is a well-established framework that helps organizations like yours manage risks effectively.  While the first and second line focus on organizational objectives, including risk management, the third line can help organizations of all sizes through a thorough internal audit process.   

Join Baker Tilly’s webinar on Oct. 5 that will focus on how to approach building the Three Lines Model, in addition to providing common challenges and insights into how to effectively streamline the Three Lines Model. Our specialists Mark Boettcher and Lisa Ahrens will help your organization understand the benefits and run through common issues.   

Learning objectives: 

  • Review the Three Lines Model
  • Understand best practices for implementation and improving the Three Lines Model in your organization   
  • Gain insight on common issues and review timely examples 

Information about CPE eligibility  

There are no prerequisites for this webinar, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this webinar. A certificate of completion will be emailed to you four to six weeks after the event.  

Level: Overview  

CPE credit: One (1) hour total credit 

Field of study: Specialized Knowledge 

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