Internal Audit & RM Conf Dec2004
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Early Bird DiscountSAVE $200 if youbook & pay by24th September 2004Reviewing strategies & implementing best& bestpractice for proficient corporate governance2nd – 3rd December 2004, Grace Hotel, SydneySpeaker Faculty includes:Key issues to beKieran McKenna, National Manager Risk Managementaddressed& Internal Audit, ASX Implementing the 3 pillars of Samantha Montenegro, Senior Director, ANAOMike Griffiths, Senior Manager, Fraud Prevention &corporate governance Investigations, NABOptimising internal audit’s human Andrew Bisset, Manager Information Technologyresource models Audit, Qantas, Director, ISACA (Sydney Chapter)Robert Oldfield, Risk Manager Corporate GovernanceWorking with the audit/riskDivision, TOWER Australia LtdcommitteeDr Nava Subramaniam, Program Director Dept. ofStrengthening the role of Accounting, Finance & Economics, Griffith Universityinternal audit Terry Rowlings, Director, The Frame Group -ISACA (Sydney Chapter)Whistleblowing & corporate governance - the paradigm shift The new IT governance standard FEATURING INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP:& it’s Implications for internal Embracing IT & Project Risks to gainmaximum business benefitsaudit SEEPAGE 5Facilitated by Diana Thompson, Risk Manager,Technologically enhancing your FORPRUDENTIA PTY LTDDETAILSaudit & risk managementWho should attend:capabilityThis workshop has been specifically designed to meet the needs of: Business Professionals, Project Sponsors, ...

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Early Bird Discount
SAVE $200 if you
book & pay by
24th September 2004
Reviewing strategies & implementing best& best
practice for proficient corporate governance
2nd – 3rd December 2004, Grace Hotel, Sydney
Speaker Faculty includes:Key issues to be
Kieran McKenna, National Manager Risk Managementaddressed
& Internal Audit, ASX
Implementing the 3 pillars of Samantha Montenegro, Senior Director, ANAO
Mike Griffiths, Senior Manager, Fraud Prevention &corporate governance
Investigations, NAB
Optimising internal audit’s human
Andrew Bisset, Manager Information Technology
resource models Audit, Qantas, Director, ISACA (Sydney Chapter)
Robert Oldfield, Risk Manager Corporate GovernanceWorking with the audit/risk
Division, TOWER Australia Ltdcommittee
Dr Nava Subramaniam, Program Director Dept. of
Strengthening the role of Accounting, Finance & Economics, Griffith University
internal audit Terry Rowlings, Director, The Frame Group -
ISACA (Sydney Chapter)
Whistleblowing & corporate
governance - the paradigm shift
The new IT governance standard FEATURING INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP:
& it’s Implications for internal Embracing IT & Project Risks to gain
maximum business benefitsaudit SEE
PAGE 5
Facilitated by Diana Thompson, Risk Manager,Technologically enhancing your
FORPRUDENTIA PTY LTD
DETAILSaudit & risk management
Who should attend:capability
This workshop has been specifically designed to meet the needs of:
Business Professionals, Project Sponsors, Internal AuditorsEvaluating IT as an enabler for
& Analysts who need to understand risk implications
before introducing changes to the business environment.mitigating business risks
Business & IT Project Managers and team members who need
risk identification & analysis skills to participate in projects in a
Endorsed by:Presented by: timely/effective way.
IT Auditors, professionals & IT Subject Matter Experts who
need to be able to apply their expertise during risk assessments.
REGISTER NOW! TEL: (02) 9923 5090 FAX: (02) 9959 4684 EMAIL: info@iir.com.au VISIT: www.iir.com.au/finance

Internal Audit & Risk Management Conference
2nd - 3rd December 2004, Grace Hotel Sydney
Dear Executive,
Not only has Internal Audit become an essential security for an organisations board it is
increasingly involved in the management, planning and development of major business
projects to improve the effectiveness of the risk management, control and governance processes.
With the recent influx of regulatory reforms, a heightened focus on corporate responsibility,
Investor’s improved comprehension of a businesses’ risks and their demand for higher levels
of accountability, the functions of Internal Audit, Risk Management, Compliance and Assurance
have grown and in many organisations their borders have become blurred.
With these current developments in mind, IIR’s Internal Audit & Risk Management Conference
brings together a mix of perspectives, practical and strategic advice to tackle the issues faced
by organisations, be they establishing, expanding or developing their Audit function in this
dynamic environment.
Indeed this timely 2 day event is designed to assist you understand the essential relationship
between internal audit and risk management, so they both achieve their objectives and add
value to all your operations.
Hear case studies from:
David Longworth, Manager Risk Assessment, Qantas PROFILE YOUR
Nick Potter, Principal Auditor, Corporate Centre & ORGANISATION AT
Wealth Management, Suncorp
THIS EVENT
Robert Caunce, Quality Assurance Compliance,
Manager Baxter Healthcare
Do you have a service or
product you would like to
Don't miss your chance to hear from the distinguished
present to a highly targeted
faculty of speakers and meet with your industry peers,
audience of decision-makerscolleagues and experts from a wide range of industries.
in the risk management,
audit, compliance &Reserve your seat early at what promises to be a
assurance functions ofsignificant and comprehensive Internal Audit & Risk
Management event. leading organisations across
Australia?
The Chairman and I look forward to meeting you in
December. We can provide you with an
ideal opportunity to: -
Yours sincerely increase your profile &
showcase services whilst
capitalising on significant
opportunities in the
marketplace.
Miles White
Conference Manager To discuss your objectives &
requirements, contact Michal
Osmo (02 9923 5012 or
P.S. Book & pay before 24th September mosmo@iir.com.au
& save up to $200!!
REGISTER NOW! TEL: (02) 9923 5090 FAX: (02) 9959 4684 EMAIL: info@iir.com.au VISIT: www.iir.com.au/finance

Internal Audit & Risk Management Conference
2nd-3rd December 2004, Grace Hotel Sydney
10.40 Morning tea2nd December 2004
CASE STUDY:Conference Day One 11.00 Blending Risk Management into the
internal compliance audit function
8.30 Coffee & registration Integrating risk assessment into the
audit function
9.00 Opening remarks from the Chair Influencing internal auditors -
Hugh Parkes, Director, The Q obstacles & enablers
Alliance, - Audit Committee Member, Bringing the rest of the business along
The Environment Protection Leveraging tools & techniques for the
Authority, Municipal Association of audit function
Victoria, Cities of Banyule, Hume, Supporting the bigger picture -
and Yarra compliance, governance and
regulations
9.10 Assessing the assurance gap & David Longworth, Manager Risk
bridging opportunities
Assessment, Qantas
The rising tide of internal audit - 1992
high tide – 2002 low tide 11.45 Auditing effective Business
An audit committee perspective of the Continuity Plans
next wave Drivers for BCM
Examining the total internal control Factoring BCM into enterprise risk
situation in reality management and governance
Forecasting the future, assessing arrangements
enterprise sustainability Principles of effective BCM and a
Adapting to Sarbanes-Oxley – not just a robust BCP
US Act Assessing Internal Audit's role in
Bridging the right expectation gap with reviewing BCM, and the BCP
believable assurance Understanding external audit's BCM
Opportunities in 2004 and beyond for expectations
Internal Audit & others Samantha Montenegro, Senior Director,
Hugh Parkes, Director, The Q ANAO
Alliance, - Audit Committee Member,
The Environment Protection Authority 12.30 Lunch
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: 13.40 Working with the Audit/Risk
9.55 Implementing the 3 pillars of committee
corporate governance What the committee needs to know
A risk based approach to Internal Audit about
- the combination is stronger than the Gaining approval of the
sum of parts internal audit plan & a review of its
Measuring systems & controls against implementation
business & regulatory requirements to Assessing internal audit: ongoing and
an agreed risk tolerance level periodic and external assessments
Embedding RM into your operations & The audit committee’s responsibilities
philosophy for risk assessment & internal control
Assessing the systems & controls in place New demands on audit/risk
Ensuring consistent information committees & Internal Auditors (Local
communication and international guidelines and
Robert Oldfield, Risk Manager legislation)
Corporate Governance Division, Kieran McKenna, National Manager
TOWER Australia Ltd Risk Management & Internal Audit, ASX
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Internal Audit & Risk Management Conference
2nd-3rd December 2004, Grace Hotel Sydney
CASE STUDY: 16.55 Closing remarks from Chair
14.25 Auditing outsourced operations
17.05 End of day oneRecognising the major risks factors of
outsourcing
Networking drinksStrategies for thorough review of
co-sourcing or outsourcing agreements
Reviewing the decision, RFP & relationship
Maintaining & enforcing your right to audit
Creating & applying key audit 3rd December 2004
processes to critical phases of
outsourcing arrangements Conference Day Two
Nick Potter, Principal Auditor, Corporate
Centre and Wealth Management, Suncorp
8.30 Coffee
15.10 Afternoon tea
9.30 Opening remarks from the Chair
Hugh Parkes, Director, The QCASE STUDY:
Alliance, - Audit Committee Member,
15.25 The human element of the Internal
The Environment Protection
Auditor & Risk Manager
Authority
Elevating competence, confidence &
performance
9.10 Whistleblower protection - does it
Acquiring the right technical or
have to be between a rock & a hard
industry-specific expertise
place?
Addressing the need for specialisation
Whistleblowing & corporate
& developing the right mix
governance - the paradigm shift
Defining the necessary skill set mix to
Assessing the need for a Whistleblower
for IA's function
Protection Program
Designing & implementing a mentoring
Developing & implementing a successful
model
Whistleblower Protection Program Mentoring for maximum interaction
Providing solutions to disclosures - the with other key business functions &
key stakeholders & deliverables senior auditors
Managing the opportunities & threats Understanding the importance of top
Mike Griffiths, Senior Manager, Fraudlevel management buy-in & ensuring
Prevention & Investigations, Nationaltheir support of the auditing function
Australia BankPositioning the internal audit
department as an integral part of the
9.55 The new IT Governance Standard &business team
it’s Implications for complianceRobert Caunce, Quality Assurance
Exploring Standards Australia & ISACA’sCompliance Manager, Baxter Healthcare
IT Governance work:
- Documentation structures16.10 Strengthening the role of the
- Status & next stepsinternal auditor
Clarifying the term ‘IT governance’Enhancing internal auditor independence
Identifying the issues IT governance is Implementing effective reporting lines
trying to address?Recognising the pitfalls for internal
What guidance does the new Standard audit objectivity
work & ISACA work provide?The role of audit committees in
What does this mean for the audit, strengthening the internal audit function
risk & assurance functions?Dr Nava Subramaniam CPA; CMA,
Terry Rowlings, Director, The FrameProgram Director Dept. of Accounting,
Group - ISACA (Sydney Chapter)Finance & Economics, Griffith University
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Internal Audit & Risk Management Conference
2nd-3rd December 2004, Grace Hotel Sydney
10.40 Morning tea 13.40 Workshop commences
11.00 Aligning Business Risk Assessment Embracing IT and Project
& IT Risk Assessment
Understanding IT and business risks Risks to gain maximum
alignment business benefitExamining their interdependences
Application of an holistic approach for
This workshop will enable you toeffective Risk Management
proactively manage risk across allEvaluating IT as an enabler for
aspects of your organisation’s operationsmitigating business risks
Explore the Australian Risk Management
Andrew Bisset, Manager Information
standard (AS4360)
Technology Audit, Qantas, - Director,
Gain an understanding of other standards
ISACA (Sydney Chapter)
relevant to managing risk in projects, including
those with a major Information Technology flavour
11.45 Capitalising on technology to Implement effective strategies for proactive
enhance your Audit & Risk handling of risk
Management capabilities Achieve desirable levels of risk awareness
Exploring audit & risk management throughout your organisation
tool trends
Case studyComparing costs v benefits for tool
Participate in small special interest groups selection & implementation steps;
(Business, Project Management and IT):Assessing audit & review capability
Learn how to apply the risk management One stop risk shop;
process based on the Australian Risk
Achieving automated planning
Management Standard (AS4360)
Identifying real time indicators & Create specific deliverables covering aspects of
actions Risk Management
Improving CSA (control self
Who should attend:assessment)
Business Professionals, Project Sponsors,Effective enhancement & maintenance
Internal Auditors & Business Analysts whoSimon Franklin, Director Risk
need to understand risk implications before
Management, SSAMM Management
introducing changes to the business environment.
Consulting, Fellow RMIA Business & IT Project Managers and team
members who need risk identification & analysis
12.30 Lunch skills to participate in projects in a timely/
effective way. IT Auditors, professionals & IT
Subject Matter Experts who need to be able to
apply their expertise during risk assessments.PROFILE YOUR ORGANISATION
AT THIS EVENT About your Workshop Leader
Diana’s main role at Prudentia Pty Ltd is the marketing,
Do you have a service or product you would like to development and delivery of Integrated Risk Management
present to a highly targeted audience of training based on the Australian Risk Management
decision-makers in the Risk Management, Audit, standard (AS4360).
Compliance & Assurance functions of leading
She is an accomplished Project Manager who has worked
organisations across Australia?
with a number of major corporations in the Banking and
IT&T industries, including 2 global Outsourcers.
We can provide you with an ideal opportunity to: -
She has managed technology risk involved in Applicationsincrease your profile & showcase services whilst
Development, Systems Integration and Infrastructurecapitalising on significant opportunities in the
projects, including on a few of the largest IT projects inmarketplace.
the Asian region in recent years. Her research in IT
Governance and Project Risk Management has been published.To discuss your objectives & requirements, contact
Michal Osmo (02 9923 5012 or mosmo@iir.com.au)
17.30 End of day two
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