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Anti-Fraud Collaboration

Partner Webinar: Oversight of Corporate Culture: A Core Asset in Driving Performance and Deterring Fraud

Register NowDecember 13, 2017
1:00 p.m. –2:30 p.m. ET

IIA members can sign up for the latest complimentary Anti-Fraud Collaboration webinar, Oversight of Corporate Culture: A Core Asset in Driving Performance and Deterring Fraud, that will highlight leading practices on assessing and strengthening a company’s corporate culture.

A panel of experts will provide both practical and proven strategies for organizations to utilize in order to deter misconduct and fraud. Additionally, the group of panellists will discuss oversight responsibilities of internal auditors, company management, and audit committee members.

Learning Objectives

In this session, participants will:

  • Be better able to define corporate culture.
  • Learn how to leverage your culture as a core asset to drive performance and deter fraud inside and outside of your organization.
  • Understand key oversight responsibilities of financial reporting supply chain members in assessing and strengthening an ethical corporate culture.

Course Information

Course Duration: 1.5 hours
CPEs Available: 1.8 (Plus 1 NACD Skill-specific credit)
Knowledge Level: Intermediate
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics (BE)
Prerequisites: Basic understanding of corporate management, internal controls, corporate governance, fraud deterrence & detection.
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Internet Group Live

Moderator

Cindy Fornelli
Executive Director, Center for Audit Quality

Cindy Fornelli is Executive Director of the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ), a position she has held since the CAQ was established in 2007. In 2017, Fornelli was honored for the ninth time by Directorship magazine as one of the 100 most influential people on corporate governance and in the boardroom. Accounting Today has named her one of the 100 most influential people in accounting for 11 consecutive years.

Panelists

Mark Carawan
Chief Compliance Officer, Citigroup

Mark Carawan is the Chief Compliance Officer for Citigroup, where he is responsible for independent compliance risk management across Citi, reporting to Citi's CEO. He was formerly the Chief Auditor and Managing Director responsible for the Internal Audit (IA) Department.

Brenda J. Gaines
Audit Committee Chair, Tenet Healthcare Corp.

Brenda J. Gaines retired as President and CEO of Citicorp Diners Club, a member of Citigroup, where she was responsible for leading the activities of the North American franchise in the global twenty-nine billion-dollar Diners Club International network.

Gilly Lord
Head of Regulatory Affairs and Audit Strategy & Transformation, PwC

Gilly Lord is a PwC UK partner and chartered accountant. She is a practicing audit partner within PwC’s Banking and Capital Markets team. She has recently been appointed Chair of the ICAEW’s Audit and Assurance Faculty and is also a Council Member at the ICAEW.

Paul L. Walker
Schiro/Zurick Chair in Enterprise Risk Management, St. John’s University

Paul L. Walker is the Schiro / Zurich Chair in Enterprise Risk Management and the Executive Director of the Center for Excellence in ERM at St. John’s University. He has professional work experience in banking, in public accounting, as an auditing and fraud expert witness, and as a consultant.