Culture & Ethics

9 October | Dublin

Risk culture describes the values, knowledge, attitudes and understanding of risks shared by those within an organisation. But how can you identify and measure an organisation’s culture and what are the key culture insights regulators look for?

This seminar looks at what makes an effective risk culture in business as well as the emerging assurance challenges to do with culture, ethics, values and trust. There will also be the opportunity to network with other audit practitioners and learn from their experiences within risk culture and ethics.

What will I learn?

  • Identify and measure an organisation’s culture
  • Learn the key culture insights regulators look for
  • Gain insight from the personal experiences of other internal auditors


  • Dr. Geraldine Smith, National Director of Internal Audit, HSE
  • Liz Sandwith, Chief Professional Practices Advisor, Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors
  • Yasir Ahmed Hashmi, Country Head of Internal Audit, BNY Mellon

CPE core competencies

  • Professional Ethics  

3 CPE point


13.45-13.55 Registration & refreshments
13.55-14.00 Welcome and opening remarks, Liz Sandwith
14.00-14.45 Session title TBC, Dr. Geraldine Smith
14.45-15.30 Culture, Ethics, Values and Trust: Emerging Assurance Challenges, Liz Sandwith  
15.30-15.45 Refreshment break
15.45-16.30 Risk Culture, Yasir Ahmas Hashmi
16.30-16.45 Closing remarks, Liz Sandwith

This event has been organised by the IIA Ireland regional group

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Culture & Ethics

Duration: 1 day

9 October 2019


Start: 13:45
End: 16:45


Dublin Chamber of Commerce
7 Clare Street
Dublin 2
D02 F902

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