Best Practices in Internal Audit Conference (Hong Kong) (IA4)
|Event Date/Time: Jan 17, 2011||End Date/Time: Jan 18, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Nov 24, 2010|
With the increase in corporate scandals in the recent years, it is simply not enough for organisations to produce good financial results. Eroding ethics, along with well-publicised and high-profile fraud cases, have led to scepticism amongst investors. The need for strong internal audit and best risk management practices that are well-aligned with corporate governance and compliance strategy has never been more pressing. Organisations that are able to achieve audit best practices will set themselves apart from the others in winning the confidence of shareholders.
Do you have a comprehensive risk management system to combat new and emerging risks?
Do you have an integrated approach to synergising internal audit, risk management and corporate governance within your organisation ?
Are you constantly benchmarking and upgrading your internal audit practices to keep up with new requirements?
This 2-day conference on "Best Practices in Internal Audit" aims to equip you with the critical know-how in tackling the latest audit challenges and establishing holistic internal controls for delivering winning audit practices. Through the case studies and insights of leading organisations including Novartis, Cathay Pacific Airways, Allianz Global Investors, Jones Lang LaSalle, Olam International etc., you will acquire proven techniques in assessing risks, setting up effective ERM system, upholding ethical leadership, managing fraud investigations, engaging senior management in internal controls, adding value in ERM processes, meeting audit committee's expectations and reporting requirements and many more!
With rising expectations from shareholders, maintaining the status quo is no longer an option.
For more details, please visit http://www.conferences.com.sg/conf-IA4.htm
For more information, please email Ms Adrielle Ting at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +65 6372 2202.