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 San Francisco IIA November Luncheon, Evolving Trends in Addressing Financial Risk, Tuesday, November 12, 2013

SF IIA November Luncheon
Evolving Trends in Addressing Financial Risk
 
 
You are cordially invited to attend the...
 SF IIA November Meeting & Luncheon presenting
A CAE Panel Discussion Of
"Evolving Trends in Addressing Financial Risk" 
The SF IIA chapter presents the second in our four-part series of events covering key operational, financial, IT and regulatory risks. Join us on November 12th for lunch and an interactive panel discussion (with audience polling). The discussion will focus on trends in addressing financial risk, with an eye towards driving efficiency and adding value to meet increased expectations. 
Generously sponsored by Ernst & Young 
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
11:00 AM - 1:30 PM 
Members $35 I Non-Members $45 I Students $15
Earn 2 CPE Credits 
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
5 Embarcadero Center
San Francisco, CA 94111 
Evolving Trends in Addressing Financial Risk
Addressing key financial risks continues to be the cornerstone of any Internal Audit department. With heightened regulatory scrutiny and increased executive awareness come greater expectations around financial risk coverage, regardless of responsibility for SOX.  Internal Audit departments that apply innovative auditing techniques and coordinate across risk management functions are able to meet and exceed these expectations by providing value-added insights in a cost-effective manner.  
Join us for a panel of high-profile Internal Audit executives and live audience benchmarking to discuss:
·         Trends in financial risk coverage as part of the overall internal audit plan
·         Alternative auditing techniques geared to address financial risk
·         Approaches to integrating and coordinating internal audit and SOX activities
·         Teaming and resource models for addressing financial risk
·         Transitioning to COSO's 2013 Internal Control Integrated Framework
Presenters
The discussion will be moderated by Kathy Hevland of Ernst & Young, with an executive panel to include CAE's from technology, financial service, and consumer product sectors.