Join the Milwaukee Chapter for a 2 CPE event on Risk Based Auditing presented by Tony Popanz.
Stay after for a social networking event followed by an update from IIA headquarters presented by Michael Russell, Manager, North American Chapter Relations.
Date: December 17, 2013
Where: Sheraton - Brookfield
Parking: The hotel has a free parking lot.
Registration: 1:30 - 2:00
Risk Based Auditing: 2:00 - 4:00
Social Event: 4:00 - 5:00
IIA Headquarters: 5:00 - 6:00
The social event portion will include limited light h'ordersves, desserts, coffee, tea, soda, water and a cash bar.
Risk Based Auditing Event
Social Event and IIA Headquarters event will be free.
Risk Based Auditing: 2.0
IIA Headquarters Event: 1.0
When you register please register for either Risk Based Auditing event, Risk Based Auditing and Social Event or Social Event only.
Risk Based Auditing: Achieving More with Less
Because internal audit is typically not unaffected by organizational pressures to do more with less, auditors need to continuously evaluate their techniques to drive more risk mitigating value within growing organizations while maintaining the same (or less) resource levels. To do so, internal audit needs to maintain a top down, risk based approach at every stage of the audit cycle, from the initial enterprise risk assessment and overall audit plan development, as well as during the scoping, planning, and execution of individual audits.
This 2 CPE session will cover the following:
• Considerations for evaluating risk at a point in time and continuously through the enterprise risk assessment process
• Information gathering and risk identification techniques
• Entity and process level risk considerations and implications on audit scoping and planning
• Alternative cost effective approaches for evaluating internal controls
• Continuous auditing overview and benefits from implementation
• Internal audit team competency development
Tony Popanz is an Internal Audit Manager at FIS (formerly known as Metavante) in Milwaukee, where he coaches and manages audit teams throughout all phases of the audit: pre-planning and risk assessment, detailed understanding of the business line, scoping, development and execution of the audit work program. Throughout the audit lifecycle, Tony emphasizes a customer centric approach, as he and his teams strive to develop positive working relationships with executives and management, while providing value-added recommendations based on root cause analysis that improves the efficiency and effectiveness of internal controls.
He has also authored and assembled methodologies and toolsets for Enterprise Risk Management, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, Enterprise Risk Assessment, and Project Management, and continues to be a frequent speaker, trainer, and author on those topics. His articles have appeared in Compliance Week and Internal Auditor magazine, for which he won a Thurston Outstanding Contributor award. He holds Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications.
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