Internal Auditing – Level 3

London Corporate Training
A London (Inghilterra)

£ 2.650 - (3.043 )

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  • Short course
  • Intermediate
  • London (Inghilterra)
  • Durata:
    1 Week
  • Quando:
    altre date

• To develop further the role of the audit function
• To contribute effectively to refining organisational audit strategy
• To engage continuous improvement and quality assessment within the organisation’s audit function
• To present with high impact before the auditing committee and senior management
• To manage the integration of new technology and test embedded financial crime systems and controls into the audit function.

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È la formazione giusta per me?

Delegates who have experience of auditing, either directly as an auditor or from within the financial services sector seeking to develop a professional and best practice approach to the development of the internal audit function in private and public sector organisations and enterprises.


Dove e quando

Inizio Luogo
26 giugno 2017
25 settembre 2017
18 dicembre 2017
3 Shortlands, Hammersmith, London, W6 8DA, London, Inghilterra
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27 marzo 2017
3 Shortlands, Hammersmith, London, W6 8DA, London, Inghilterra
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Cosa impari in questo corso?

Internal Auditing
Risk Management
IT Auditing
IT risk
Financial Training
Financial Crime
Audit Reports
Cyber Crime
Crime Risks
Organisational Systems


Review of Key Audit Function Foundations 

  • Review of key action points
  • Develop and test alignment of organisational systems and controls to prevent and mitigate financial and cyber-crime risks
  • Global best practice – case studies – lessons learned analysis
  • Key action points – delegate and manage action plan development

Audit reports - Working with Stakeholders 

  • Effective post audit de-briefing
  • Root cause analysis and remediation recommendations
  • Developing departmental action plans with stakeholders: contributing to the delivery of compliance 2.0
  • Managing conflict situations

Use of technology in combating financial crime and cyber crime 

Overview of the digitalisation of risk management 

  • Big data analytics: mapping indicators of fraud, money laundering, bribery and corruption, sanction breaches, and market manipulation
  • The holistic approach to risk management: effectiveness – efficiency – scalability – oversight
  • Enterprise Risk Management (ERM): customising and consolidating automated manual processes
  • Overview of transaction monitoring and threshold values for internal auditors
  • Trade surveillance software and correlation analysis: from repetitive behaviours to manipulating behaviours
  • Testing financial crime compliance systems: Data chosen, cleansing, articulation, and understanding before “feeding” into the compliance system
  • Assessing fitness and operational efficiency of organisational systems and controls to prevent and combat cyber-crime risks: Phishing, Webcam manager, File hijacking, Keylogging, Screenshot manager, Ad clicker, Hacking, and distributed denial of services (DDOS) 

Effective Linkage of Organisational Systems 

  • Overview of core organisational systems – Finance, HR, Governance, CSR
  • Closing the loopholes to assist in legal prosecution case efficiency
  • Ensuring good staff policy compliance
  • Establishing and managing – staff register of interests and conflicts of interest

Engaging with External Auditors 

  • The key role and objectives of external audit
  • Ensuring availability of evidence through defensible in court procedures for situations faced
  • Detecting severe but plausible scenarios
  • Overcoming organisational cultural challenges
  • Capturing and maximising earning and growth opportunities from the external audit