What’s Our Role In Assessing And Managing Risk?

Outline:

In this virtual event, Norman Marks (a retired Chief Audit Executive of major, global organizations; make sure to check out his blog) shares his perspectives on internal audit’s role in assessing and managing risk from planning to reporting. Your host and moderator is Stetson Marshall, an audit executive with two decades of audit, compliance, and risk management experience.

 

Learning Objectives:

Covering key risks in an audit plan

  • Learn how internal audit can use the organization’s risk management program
  • Know Norman’s perspective if internal audit should perform an audit of controls over discrimination or
    harassment

Assessing risks and controls

  • Whether internal audit should provide an opinion on controls or the management of risks
  • How to address the risk of poor decision-making

Drafting and presenting an audit report

  • What to include in an audit report

Duration: 1 hour
CPEs Available: 1
Knowledge Level: Basic
Field of Study: Risk Management
Prerequisites: None
Advance Preparation: None

Note:

You will receive a certificate of completion that complies with IIA, ISACA, and ACFE CPE requirements for any certifications held by those associations (CIA, CISA, CRMA, CFE, etc.). Auditopia does not offer NASBA certificates for CPA CPE requirements at this time, this is something we will look into in the future.

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Network with other internal auditors and share your perspectives in one of our collaboration groups.

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