This new half day course provides an introduction to the work of the internal audit function, setting out the role and place of the function in the regulated financial and insurance services business.
“The Financial Regulator views internal audit as being an integral part of the ongoing monitoring of an undertaking’s system of internal controls and of its internal capital assessment procedure, because internal audit provides an independent assessment of the adequacy of, and compliance with, the undertaking’s established policies and procedures. The role of the internal audit function is to assist senior management and the Board of Directors in the efficient and effective discharge of their responsibilities.”
Financial Regulator, Corporate Governance, December 2007
An effective and well structured internal audit function is not just imperative, but is a regulatory requirement, under Irish (and overseas) banking, MiFID and insurance regulatory systems. The current banking and investment scandals both in Ireland and abroad make this course a must for senior management and internal auditors.
|Tuesday 14th May 2013||9.15 am - 1.15 pm||Dublin 2|
|Tuesday 26th November 2013||9.15 am - 1.15 pm||Dublin 2|
€380 (All training fees are VAT exempt)
Institute of Bankers: Formal CPD Hours
QFA: 0 hours
CPD Member: 0 hours
RS CPD Member: 0 hours
LCOI: 2 hours
Chartered Banker: 3.5 hours
CeB (Certified Banker): 3.5 hours
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