The Chicago chapters of the IIA and ISACA are pleased to present the 2010 Annual Holiday Celebration, December 9th. Please join us for an elegant afternoon of networking and holiday cheer. We are extremely excited to welcome Mr. Richard (Dick) Anderson as our keynote speaker, an acclaimed scholar on the subject of corporate governance and internal audit. Register today!
Dick will be discussing the topic, “The 10 Greatest Challenges the IA Profession Faces in the Next Two Years.” He will draw from recent IIA GAIN surveys, roundtables conducted by The IIA’s Audit Executive Network, other recent publications, and feedback from internal audit leaders across the country to highlight current issues impacting the internal audit profession, and practical lessons learned to help respond to these issues. Register today!
Dick is a Clinical Professor in the Center for Strategy, Execution and Valuation and the Strategic Risk Management Lab at DePaul University and is a retired Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. With PwC, he was a Managing Partner with PwC’s Internal Audit Services practice and a member of the global leadership team for the practice. He served many of the firm’s largest clients, advising them on internal auditing practices, risk management and audit committee activities. Prior to joining PwC, he headed two internal audit functions including serving as global head of internal audit and credit review for a major US bank. He is currently a member of the Board of Trustees of the IIA Research Foundation and is actively involved with the IIA’s Audit Executive Center.
Readers know I am President of the Chicago ISACA Chapter. Dick and I are old friends. I worked for him at Continental Bank, my first job as an internal auditor in Chicago, and again at PwC. I look forward to seeing if he is enjoying his retirement!
The Agenda is:
1:30pm – 3:30pm Presentation (90 min plus 30 min Q&A)
One North Wacker Drive
2nd Floor, Michigan Ballroom
3:45pm – 7:00pm Networking Reception at 1 North Kitchen (located in the main floor of UBS Tower)