Wellington Networking Forum

26 January 2018 - 26 January 2018
12:00 pm-02:00 pm
Level 16, 113-119 The Terrace
Wellington, NZ

Session One

12.50pm - 1.15pm

Can your Board Cope with Risk?” presented at the European IIA Conference in Amsterdam this presentation addresses the five key questions to ensure the Board has the required skill sets, the risk maturity of the Board and is there a role for Internal Auditors?”

Presented by

Dr Keith Blacker BSc, FCA, MBA, FIIA, DBA

Keith joined the Institute of Internal Auditors in 1985 and has been actively involved in helping develop the profession, having being a past chairman of the South West district and a council member for three years from 2002 to 2005. A chartered accountant by training, Keith has a doctorate in operational risk management from Henley Management College and is the co-author of People Risk Management. He worked as an Associate at Henley and helped to set up the Henley Centre for Value Improvement which, amongst other things, researched areas of risk management especially as they affect company boardrooms. The paper he is presenting today stems from the research.

Keith has spent most of his career in the financial services industry working for a number of different companies both in the UK and abroad. He has a broad range of business experience covering the roles of Internal Audit, Risk Management, Finance, IT, HR and Business Development. He operated as a risk management consultant for a number of years before joining the Simplyhealth Group as main board Finance Director where he had responsibility for leading finance, strategy, investments, mergers and acquisitions and procurement. He left in 2009 and currently works as an independent consultant and has a small portfolio of non-executive director positions.

Session Two

1.15pm - 2.00pm

The Wellington Chapter Board will provide insights and information relating to the certifications provided by ISACA (CISA, CISM, CRISC, CGEIT, CSX), how these will help your career, and how to extract more benefits of your membership of ISACA, including speaking opportunities. We will also provide an update on likely chapter plans for the next year or two (CACS is in Auckland in 2019!).

Any questions on the workings of the Wellington Chapter Board and ISACA in general will also be taken.

IIA NZ and Isaca Members: $20.00 (GST inclusive)

Non-Members $30.00 (GST inclusive)

Registrations close January 24th.

No cancellation refunds will be issued after the closing date.

To register your attendance please click the register button above.

All inquiries to admin@iianz.org.nz

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