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 2019 September Luncheon - How to Relate to the Audit Committee

9/19/2019 11:30 AM
9/19/2019 1:00 PM
Columbia Tower Club at 701 5th Avenue, 75th Floor ~ Seattle ~ 98104 | Washington
Join us on Thursday, September 19th at the Columbia Tower Club for our first chapter luncheon of the new year.  

How to Relate to the AC and add value to the Organization?


Boards and Management expect more today from internal auditors than ever before; and the bar is continuously rising. Larry Harrington is the former Chair of the IIA Global Board and a member of the National Association on Corporate Directors. He will share the latest expectations from Audit Committees (NACD) as outlined by NACD as well as discuss how auditors can add greater value to their organizations by addressing the IIA’s latest Pulse of the Profession.



Pulse Topics include: 

  • Cyber security 
  • Data Protection and Privacy Regs
  • Third Party Risks 
  • Emerging Risks 
  • Board and Management activity



Early Bird Special by 8/28/19

Regular Pricing after 8/28/19







NOTE: in interest to increase our Academic Outreach program, we are offering special pricing to those educators and students who contact for a discount code.

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Event Title: 2019 September Luncheon: How to Relate to the Audit Committee (Larry Harrington)

Date: Thursday, September 19, 2019
Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm 
Location: Columbia Tower Club at 701 5th Avenue, 75th Floor
~ Seattle ~ 98104 
Instructional delivery method: Group Live
Field of Study: Auditing
CPE credit(s): 1.5 hour(s)
Advanced preparation: None required

Course registration requirements: To register for this event, click here.



  Larry Harrington is the former global chairman of The IIA, and recently hired chief audit executive (CAE) for Raytheon Company, which specializes in defense, civil government, and cybersecurity markets throughout the world. Prior to joining Raytheon in 2004, he led the internal audit function for several Fortune 100 companies, where he served in other areas, including finance, human resources, and operations. Harrington earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from Bentley University, and has completed Harvard's Advanced Management Program. He continually invested in himself by achieving professional certifications to grow his internal audit competencies and learn about the business functions within the scope of his internal audit responsibilities. He is a frequent speaker at seminars oh auditing, change management, people development and motivation.


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