Governance, Risk & Compliance for Internal Audit 2014
Rising up to Today’s Rigorous Regulatory Climate with Internal Audit Excellence
13-14 January 2014, Sheraton Towers, Singapore
16-17 January 2014, Regal Hongkong Hotel, Hong Kong
Tackle the intricacies of internal controls with case studies & insights from:
* Certain case studies will be presented at a single venue only
|Internal Audit Landscape
||Examining latest trends and developments in Governance, Risk & Compliance
|Regulations & Latest Updates
||What internal auditors can do to ensure compliance with FCPA
|Governance, Risk & Compliance
||Balancing cost & effectiveness of GRC controls
||Driving internal compliance that responds to market and regulatory developments
|Cross Functional Collaboration
||Determining boundaries for extended involvement – how internal audit stays independent
|Fraud Detection & Prevention
||Utilising advanced tools and techniques to identify red flag indicators and warning signs of fraud
||Insights into data analytics, forensics & interviewing techniques
||Acquiring appropriate data, identifying & designing relevant analytics
||Analysing risks & capital requirements before embarking on continuous auditing
|I.T & Cyber Security Risk Management
||Making sense of emerging trends in technology and impact on businesses
|IA Challenges & Controversies
||Talent management & dealing with globalisation complexities in 2014 & beyond
Maximising Internal Audit impact for 2014 & beyond – are you set for it?
2013 has seen the emergence of unexpected governance and fraud scandals in leading multinational organisations. The year 2014 is set to be another roller coaster year amid continued economic volatility, technological advances, globalisation, political and regulatory revisions. The complexity and unpredictability in the business landscape has placed increasing pressure on internal audit to keep up with the internal control environment not only by sieving out inefficient processes, but also to provide strategic advice on ways to improve business practices and build new capabilities to achieve desired results. This expanded scope, coupled with dwindling resources, makes it imperative for internal audit functions to maximise capabilities in order to do more with less – or risk possible corporate governance fallouts which are detrimental to the organisation.
Do you fully understand the impact of latest regulatory changes and how to cope?
Can you effectively assess present and projected fraud risks, recommend and monitor appropriate controls?
Are your organisation’s internal controls sufficient to ensure data security and privacy in this digital age?
Join us at Pacific Conferences’ 10th Internal Audit event to equip yourself with fresh ideas and proven strategies to change trajectory towards greater internal audit performance. Hear how leading practitioners from Cummins, AIG, MasterCard, Olam International, Chanel, Alibaba Group, Tiger Airways, Fossil, FWD, Vanguard, SIRVA & more untangle the convoluted web of GRC to achieve effective internal control systems. Gain strategic implementation know-hows on data analytics, continuous auditing, cross-functional collaboration & other emerging areas to create competitive advantage by contributing to sustainable business improvements. Walk away with newfound insights on both current and imminent critical risk areas to fulfil expanded roles and meet heightened expectations.
Register now to transcend into a whole new level of business performance with a revitalised IA function!
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For conference enquiries, please contact:
Ms. Elicia Foo
Tel: (65) 6592 7355 or Fax: (65) 6338 6702
For sponsorship, exhibition and partnership opportunities, please contact:
Ms. Charmaine Neo
Tel: (65) 6592 7352 or Fax: (65) 6338 6702
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