Governance, Risk and Compliance

5 Best Practices for Building a Resilient Risk-Based Audit Program

Are you struggling to develop an effective risk-based audit program? Do you want to ensure that your organization is proactively identifying and mitigating risks based on impact? Choosing the right approach can help internal auditors be recognized as trusted advisors, in turn fostering a culture of continuous improvement and driving business performance.

Watch this webinar to explore a strategy-to-action approach for building a risk-based audit program, aimed at identifying and mitigating potential (and high) risks, establishing effective control measures and analyzing insightful data.

5 Best Practices for Building a Resilient, Risk-Based Audit Program webinar discussion topics:

  • How to design and execute audit plans that align with your financial institution’s risk appetite and objectives.
  • The 5 best practices for strengthening audit programs and navigating the complexities of implementing a risk-based approach.
  • How to leverage data and the relationship between Internal Audit, Risk Management and other partners in assurance to enhance your audit program’s effectiveness and efficiency.

This session is best for: 

Internal Auditors, Risk Managers and Compliance Professionals involved in managing risks within their institution.

Presented by:

Jason Yarmolinsky MBA, CIA, CRMA, CCSA

Jason Yarmolinsky MBA, CIA, CRMA, CCSA

Jason Yarmolinsky is an experienced audit practitioner with experience from “big 4” accounting firms, a multinational education organization, and the Ontario government. As a Certified Internal Auditor and course instructor at the University of Toronto, Jason communicates his robust experience in conducting internal audits and risk assessments with enthusiasm and accessible language.

Pooja Azhalavan MBA, CIMA

Pooja Azhalavan MBA, CIMA

Pooja is a skilled product marketer and strategist for Resolver’s GRC solutions including Enterprise Risk, Compliance, Internal Audit and Vendor Risk.