After the conference is before the conference. Although this is a rather obvious statement, it is not without merit. The success of the European conference still reverberates, and fortunately this is also reflected by the financial result of IIA Switzerland.
We have established a new benchmark in Europe and subsequent institutes are contacting our team for advice on the 2018 conference in Madrid and the 2019 conference in Luxembourg. This is something to be proud of!
Nevertheless, directly after the event, it was important to go back and focus on the running of our daily business, get on with our projects, prepare a varied advanced training programme for 2018 and breathe life into the ‘coeur des Alpes: Crans-Montana Auditely’ topic with the help of our dear friends from Valais. We hope you will take the opportunity to enjoy the local hospitality, marvellous panorama and regional delicacies. Investigating subjects in the fields of brain research, white-collar crime or the relevance of gamification and ethics in the internal auditing world, we aim to give you fresh impulses for your work, help you strategically position the internal audit and provide a few answers to the questions: “Audit – quo vadis?”
Dear members, you have taken part in our survey and provided valuable input for the strategic direction of IIA Switzerland. From your feedback, I have concluded that you approve of the work performed by myself, the management board and IIA Switzerland. We are delighted about this, but are also aware that we should not rest on our laurels. Instead, we will continue to follow up on current internal audit topics and technologies. Even if e-learning or social media are not yet very relevant, you believe that these subjects will gain importance. Our future projects are picking up on this trend. We are particularly glad that you believe the representation of interests is one of the key tasks of the management board. This is what we work for before, during and after the conferences – the commitment to Good Corporate Governance knows no limits. At IIA Switzerland, we are therefore bringing governance up to date. As a first step, we have revised our bylaws to create greater clarity and legal security.
I hope you enjoyed this brief overview of our work in the last few months and look forward to the coming months and years. On this note, I would like to thank you for your support in the context of the member survey, the conferences and the amendment of the bylaws of IIA Switzerland.
National SVIR Conference with Ethics topics - Crans Montana
Do not miss the national conference 2018 on the 07th & 08th of June 2018 in Crans-Montana. The participation will grant you 13 CPEs whereof 2 are Ethics CPEs.
We would like to thank our Sponsors for their contribution:
Important Changes for IIA-Exam-CandidatesThe registration for CIA- and other IIA-Exams will no longer happen via IIA Switzerland after the 1st of June 2018, recently registrations need to be done through the CCMS-System of IIA.
Please pay attention to the following changes for IIA-Exam-Candidates with the following links:
New Bylaws of IIA SwitzerlandRead more about the new bylaws (in german): New bylaws IIA Switzerland The members will receive the proposal for the bylaw changes with the Invitation for the General Assembly. If you have any questions please contat IIA Switzerland through email@example.com.
2018 Global Council Summary ReportThe IIA’s annual Global Council brings together IIA leaders from around the world to contribute insights that shape the future of our global organization and profession. The 2018 Global Council, hosted by The IIA and IIA–Panama in Panama City gathered representatives from 80 Affiliates. They had the opportunity to discuss three key topics: the Global Strategic Plan, Conformance with the Standards, and the Global Certification Strategy. Those Breakout Discussion Sessions were conducted in roundtables of seven to eight participants. Please find the primary takeaways for each topic summarized below:
2018 Global Pulse of the Profession Survey — Participate Today!
To provide relevant guidance, thought leadership, and training programs for our more than 100 Affiliates, 190,000-plus members, and internal audit stakeholders worldwide, The IIA’s Global Headquarters is once again conducting a comprehensive Global Pulse of Internal Audit survey.
This year, The IIA is gathering information on key issues and trends around internal audit management, including talent development, audit planning, and risk assessment. Your perspective is crucial, and that’s why I am personally requesting your participation in this year’s survey.
To access the survey, please click here or cut and paste the link below into your web browser: https://iiasurvey.theiia.org/flashsurvey/se/0B87D784062DABAC
The survey should take no more than 30 minutes to complete. To ensure your feedback is included, please complete the survey by 15 June.
Thank you for your time and insights into emerging trends of the internal audit profession. If you have questions regarding the survey, please contact Catherine Henry, Director of Content Strategy & Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Richard F. Chambers, CIA, QIAL, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA
President and Chief Executive Officer
Global Updates - Certifications
Congratulation to the below listed candidates for their successful completion of their exam.
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Daniel Thomas Joachim
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