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Event Details
Small Audit Shops: Never too small to be effective
September 10, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Members Only Webinar
Virtual - ON24,
 
 
Event Description

Because of a scarcity of resources and lack of segregation of duties, small audit functions usually face various challenges and risks not typical for larger offices. This presentation will examine;

How to be compliant if it is just a one player game?
How to co-operate with other units for the common benefit but not to violate independence and confidentiality rules?
How small audit shops can use their size as an advantage and be at least as successful as their larger peers?
 
During this webinar you will learn some strategies and tools available to small audit departments to overcome the challenges and exceed the expectations of the board and senior management, fulfill their mandate, and maintain the department’s continuity.

 
Our speaker is; 

Yulia Yevlanova, CIA, CPA, CGA (SK), FCCA (UK), started her professional career as a full-cycle accountant of a mining enterprise back in 2006 and has accumulated more than 10 years of experience in audit and accounting since then. Her other mentionable steps in the profession include a position with a Big 4 firm where she had a broad portfolio of IFRS and SOX-reporting clients and a Regional Internal Auditor for a multinational agricultural distribution company where she was responsible for internal audit operations in a number of countries in Central and Eastern Europe. 

Yulia joined the University of Regina leadership team in 2015 with the major objective to establish the Office of Internal Audit. Currently in her role, Yulia manages the University’s internal audit function, including developing internal audit plans, conducting assurance, consulting and special projects, and developing and maintaining the working relationships with all levels of management, Audit and Risk Management Committee, and external stakeholders