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Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Auditing Corporate Governance

Nov 4—5
2 days
Frankfurt, Germany
EUR 1250 ≈USD 1401
EUR 625 per day

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Description

Participants will learn how to analyze the evolution of Corporate Governance from an Internal Auditor's point of view, define Corporate Governance and the various actors involved, including Internal Audit, set up a framework for auditing Governance issues, look at group-level issues and the relationship between subsidiaries and a parent company and address recommendations to top management to add value to the organization.

Contents

Introduction and concepts

  • History of Corporate Governance
  • What is Corporate Governance?
  • The role of the Internal Auditor in the Corporate Governance process
  • Sources that can be used by the Internal Auditor as a benchmark for an audit program Corporate Governance in the Audit Universe

  • Identification of Corporate Governance issues Execution of the Audit

  • Setting up the Audit Program

  • The Audit Assignment

  • Audit steps

  • Recommendations

Methodology

Case studies, discussion

Who should attend

The seminar is designed for audit directors, managers, supervisors and anyone responsible for auditing governance.

Experts

Armin Nilles – Head of Internal Audit, Security and IT Management / Compliance at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management. Working as a product manager in the Competence Center for Management and Audit, Mr. Neill develops and controls open and individual trainings, seminars and / or traini...

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