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Wellington Networking Forum - 27 September 2019

27 September 2019
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
PwC Centre
Level 4
10 Waterloo Quay

IIA NZ Topic: The Role of the Internal Auditor in the Detection of Corruption

Presenter: Ferdinand Balfoort

Ferdinand is a global professional advisor and academic in the areas of Impact/ ESG Advisory, governance, compliance and financial reporting. He is practically experienced in implementing and ensuring compliance with a wide range of international regulatory and stock exchange rules, as well as auditing and investigations. He lately focusses on the global challenge of climate change, at international, national and organisational levels. Ferdinand is working extensively on environmental technology solutions to achieve green technology symbiosis deployment, using UN SDG, IRIS and GIIN reporting frameworks, to guide and support the achievement of global climate goals and objectives.

He holds CIA certification in addition to being a CA and has been a member of IIA NZ and IIA USA since 1990. Ferdinand previously spent 25 years globally auditing and investigating on different continents, as a senior GRC partner or CAE. In 2012 he earned his Master of Commerce and Accounting at Victoria University of Wellington on the topic of corruption, culture and financial reporting in China and Indonesia, based on his work in those countries, which was followed by an AAAJ published academic article on culture and financial reporting in 2017 - available here.

Ferdinand continues his academic writing and is currently co-writing a planned international publication on fiscal frameworks and national environmental budgeting systems, as well as private sector organisation controls and financing, that need to be in place to achieve Paris Agreement climate objectives. He is a member with Delegated Authority to the Board of Transparency International New Zealand, specialising in corporate and environmental governance matters, and has worked with Transparency internationally since 1999.

Light refreshments will be served at approximately 12.45pm, followed by the ISACA session.

ISACA session details will be available shortly.

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