NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Toby DeRoche, MBA, CIA, CCSA, CRMA, CICA, CFE and Senior Market Development Consultant for TeamMate Global Audit Solutions at Wolters Kluwer will present on “Strategic Planning for Internal Audit: Building a Highly Effective Internal Audit Function” at the 2019 Institute of Internal Auditor (IIA) International 2019 Conference held in Anaheim, CA on Monday, July 8th at 3:30 pm local time. In the session, DeRoche will discuss new ways to strengthen assurance performance and drive value within the audit function.
“Today’s fast-paced and dynamic audit environments require both strategic planning and attention to detail within a framework to create processes, as well as realistic expectations within a team, and that, in turn, creates true empowerment and drives value,” said DeRoche.
Organizations around the world are eager to gain value that results in their stakeholders viewing the audit function as “highly effective.” This approach builds on three dimensions of effectiveness that must be addressed, including meeting stakeholder expectations, operating core processes, and conforming to internal audit standards and applicable regulatory requirements.
“Wolters Kluwer is once again pleased to be part of this year’s IIA International Conference community,” said Jim Dunham, General Manager of TeamMate Global Audit Solutions, part of the Tax & Accounting division at Wolters Kluwer. “This gathering of the best in the audit business gives us a great opportunity to connect with the international audit profession, listen to their challenges, and discuss potential short, and longer-term solutions which fit their unique needs.”
Topics to be discussed in the session include:
- Discuss the need for and importance of strategic planning within the internal audit function
- Explore the three dimensions that contribute to a highly effective internal audit function
- Populate a framework to understand how processes and expectations are aligned and where changes need to occur
- Develop an initial strategic vision based on an understanding of stakeholder expectations
Visit Toby DeRoche at the 2019 Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) International 2019 Conference at Booth 201, or visit the TeamMate Global Audit Solutions website to learn more about the award-winning portfolio of Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting internal audit solutions.
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