Internal Audit and Corporate Risk Forum November 10-11, 2011 Geneva

Sarah Woodman, Global events journalist
October 15, 2011 /

Thought Leader Global will be presenting 30 case studies from audit and risk directors on November 10-11, 2011 at Geneva in an internal audit and corporate risk forum.

“Internal Audit and Corporate Risk have reached a critical time for their role and perception by management,” the organizer stated.

“Both Audit and Risk’s unique position in GRC are vital. Only through innovation will they succeed in their goals. These innovations dpeend on goals which include self-assessment, ERM, technology and compliance/business integrity.

“Strengthening Enteprise Risk Oversight has recently gained significant attention. Companies must review the COSO framework and upcoming guidance on ERM, then re-examine its risk philosophy, appetite and tolerance levels. To support this, risk and audit must each understand their roles in the GRC process.

“This unique two-streamed event features numerous thought leaders who are currently leading innovation in their corporate environments. Utilise this event to benchmark how leading multinationals are implementing various audit and risk strategies. Attend the sessions from either streams and tailor your agenda to hear their experiences.

More than 15 different countries will be represented for a global view and more than 15 different industries will be represented for a variety of perspectives.

The forum will feature Allianz SE on Auditing, Brand Reputation, Strategic Risk; Paychex on Improving Risk Appetite Dialogue; GAVI on COSO Framework 2012 Update; SES on In-Control Statements, Audit’s Role; AXA on Managing Supply Chain Risks; easyJet on Enhancing the Risk Reporting Process; Vale on Risk Management Compliance in Emerging Markets; Telenor on Business Continuity and Crisis Management; ASML on Risk and Audit Committees; Sara Lee on Strengthening Enterprise Risk Oversight; MOL Group on Taking a Holistic Approach to Financial Risk; Gemalto on Auditing Executive Compensation Programmes; Randstad Holding on Forensic Examinations and Approaches; AgustaWestland on Proactive Audit Strategies; IBM on Improving Governance and Compliance; Actavis on Internal Audit’s Role in Governance and Risk Management; and BNP Paribas on Managing ERM in an M&A Environment.

 

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