What's Our Role In Assessing And Managing Risk?
In this engaging virtual event, Norman Marks will share his perspectives on internal audit’s role in assessing and managing risk from planning to reporting. Stetson Marshall will moderate this event and ask Norman questions around these topics:
Covering key risks in an audit plan
- How does internal audit use the organization’s risk management program?
- Should internal audit perform an audit of controls over discrimination or
Assessing risks and controls
- Should we provide an opinion on controls or the management of risks?
- How does internal audit address the risk of poor decision-making?
Drafting and presenting an audit report
- What should be in an audit report?
Norman Marks, CPA, CRMA is a retired senior executive. He works with individuals and organizations around the world, advising them on risk management, internal audit, corporate governance, enterprise performance, and the value of information.
Norman was the chief audit executive of major global corporations for twenty years and is a globally-recognized leader in the professions of internal auditing and risk management. In addition, he served as chief risk officer, compliance officer, and ethics officer, and led what would now be called the IT governance function (information security, contingency planning, methodologies, standards, etc.). He managed the Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 (SOX) programs and investigation units at several companies.
Stetson Marshall (MBA, CFE) has been involved in Auditopia right from the beginning and has led prior events on topics such as effective audit interview methods. He is an audit executive with two decades of audit, compliance, and risk management experience. Stetson is also an educator and the President/CEO of Comprehensive Consulting Group.
What are some of the questions you have on this topic?