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Conference Programme

Day one

08.00 – 09.00     Registration, tea and coffee 
09.00 – 09.15     

Welcome and opening address
Dr Ian Peters, CEO, Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors

09.15 – 10.00

Keynote session
Can business prevent environmental collapse?
Jonathon Porritt CBE, Environmentalist, Founder & Director, Forum for the Future
Chaired by Louise Minchin, Broadcast journalist

10.05 – 10.45

Breakout sessions:     

 

Digital and cyber

Cyber security – protecting your organisation's data and assets

James Hatch, Director Cyber Services, BAE Systems

Regulatory and legal challenges

The future of corporate governance and stewardship in the UK

Ethics, behaviour and culture

Ethics, behaviour and culture in a digital and AI world

Guendalina Dondè, Head of Research, Institute of Business Ethics

Risk and governance

How is assurance mapped in your organisation?

Alison Bexfield, Director Finance and Planner, HMRC

Tim Addison, Director Internal Audit, HMRC

 

10.45 – 11.15 Refreshments
11.15 – 11.55 Breakout sessions:

 

Digital and cyber

Conquering the cloud – how can internal audit help?

Mark Buckwell, Executive security architect, Cloud Engagement Hub, IBM 

Regulatory and legal challenges

Preventing business cartels

Howard Cartlidge, Senior Director – Cartels, Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)

Ethics, behaviour and culture

Auditing culture – a new approach

 

Risk and governance

A practical guide to auditing third party risk

Nicola Brennan, Head of Internal Audit, Northern Ireland Water Ltd.

12.00 – 12.45

Keynote session
Why we must empower Internal Audit
Brendan Nelson, Audit Committee Chair, BP

12.45 – 14.00 Lunch
13.15 – 13.55 Lunch time sessions Audit Leaders lunch Networking session Sponsored workshop  
14.00 – 14.40

Keynote panel discussion: 
Re-imagining internal audit
Chaired by Louise Minchin, Broadcast Journalist

14.45 – 15.25

Breakout sessions:

 

Digital and cyber

How not to be the means by which your company gets hacked

David Emm, Principal Security Researcher, Global Research & Analysis Team, Kaspersky

Internal audit future thinking

The next generation of internal auditing

Mark Peters, Managing Director, Protiviti

Future leaders – CAE focus

Investing in your organisation's human capital - the internal audit department of the future

Guy Stacey, Director, IAC-Search

Management of change

Can your organisation really manage a strategic project - are you set up for success?

Mike Ward, Consultant, Association for Project Management - Assurance SIG

15.25 – 15.55 Refreshments
15.55 – 16.35 Breakout sessions:



Digital and cyber

Uncovering the secrets of the Dark Web

 

Internal audit future thinking

Board effectiveness – expanding the scope of internal audit

Peter Swabey, Director, ICSA

Future leaders – CAE focus

Internal audit's KPIs - do they really reflect the current requirements of your executive management?

Management of change

Digitalisation and how business models can be disrupted

 

16.40 – 17.25

Keynote session
Risking all for the truth - the challenges of being an investigative journalist
Stephen Grey, Author & Investigative Journalist

17.25 – 17.30

Closing remarks
Louise Minchin, Broadcast Journalist

17.30 – 19.00

Networking drinks reception

6 CPE points

Day two

08.00 – 09.00 Registration, tea and coffee
09.00 – 09.15

Welcome and introduction

09.15 – 10.00

Keynote session
Richard Chambers, President and CEO, The Institute of Internal Auditors (Global)

  Breakout sessions:

10:05 – 10:45

Financial services 

Regulation and the city post-Brexit 

Leadership and management 

Getting the basics right – using the international standards to deliver success 

Liz Sandwith, Chartered IIA Chief Professional Practice Adviser

Public sector

IT Audit in the public sector – doing more with less

Piyush Fatania, Internal Audit Manager, St Albans City and District Council

Audit transformation

Title to be announced soon

10.45 –  11.15 Refreshments

 

Breakout sessions:

     

11:15 – 11:45

Financial services

Compliance and internal audit - how do we effectively work together

Elizabeth Stevenson, Executive Director Internal Audit, SMBCE

Leadership and management 

Exploring the DNA of an internal auditor

Tracey McCavigan, Head of Internal Audit, Northern Ireland Civil Service 

Public sector 

Protecting the public purse - the role of internal audit

Audit transformation

Preparing your internal audit team for the wave of robotic process automation

Alison Grimmett, Head of Audit, TUI Group

12.00 – 12.45

Keynote session
Agent of change - diversity in practice
Sean Tompkins, CEO, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

12.45 – 14.00 Lunch and refreshments
13:15 – 13:55 Lunch time sessions Sponsor workshop    
14.00 – 14.35

Keynote session
Transforming the relationship between internal audit and the board of directors
Charlotte Valeur, Chair, Institute of Directors

14.40 – 15.30

Breakout sessions:

     

 

Financial services

Operational resilience within the financial services industry

Curtis Baron, Managing Director, Barclays Internal Audit

Aftermath: Ethical dilemmas for Internal Auditors

Join us for an interactive session where teams go head to head, sharing views on how to handle real life ethical business dilemmas.

Financial crime, bribery and corruption

Using machine learning and predictive modelling to detect and prevent fraud

Neil Berry, Partner
Forensic Data Analytics,
KPMG

Audit transformation

Co-sourcing and outsourcing internal audit – making it work for you.

David Simpson, Director of Audit, Ageas

15.35 – 16.25

Breakout sessions:

     

 

Financial services

The FS Risk Code - Improving risk governance and oversight in UK financial services

Aftermath: Ethical dilemmas for Internal Auditors

Join us for an interactive session where teams go head to head, sharing views on how to handle real life ethical business dilemmas.

Financial crime, bribery and corruption

Fighting corruption - the role of internal audit

Audit transformation

Audit of Marketing - focusing on the issues that really matter

16.30 – 16.55

Keynote session
Speaker to be confirmed

16.55 – 17.00

Closing remarks

6 CPE points