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IIA NZ Small Practitioners Interest Group (SPIG)

4 December 2023
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
44 Bowen Street, Level 6 (access from lifts in lobby)
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Registrations are now closed for this event. Thank you to all those who registered.

The Small Practitioners Interest Group (SPIG) is a discussion and networking forum for members in small teams to share experiences, issues and challenges they face. The group meet four times a year. All are welcome.

Topic: Reflections of 2023: Celebrating Internal Auditors' Resilience and Exploring Whistleblowing Policies with Lorinda Kelly

SPIG Hosts and Champions; Claire O'Brien, Mary Mwangi and Prudence Witbooi.

Overview: As we approach the end of 2023, let's come together at the next IIA NZ SPIG networking event in December to reflect on the extraordinary journey of internal auditors throughout the year. Join us in celebrating the resilience and profound impact of internal auditors in navigating the challenges and opportunities of 2023.

During this special event, we will have the privilege of welcoming Lorinda Kelly from Deloitte from the Wellington office, who will share invaluable insights on Whistleblowing Policies and their role in fostering ethical cultures within organisations. We will explore how internal auditors can contribute to creating transparent environments that encourage reporting and protect whistleblowers.

Key Event Highlights:

  • Reflections of 2023: Celebrate the accomplishments and triumphs of internal auditors in the face of unprecedented changes and uncertainties throughout the year.
  • Looking Ahead to a Brighter Future: Gain inspiration from success stories and lessons learned in 2023, setting the stage for even greater achievements in 2024.
  • Lorinda Kelly's Expertise: Benefit from Lorinda Kelly's expertise as she shares best practices and practical tips for implementing effective Whistleblowing Policies.
  • Interactive Case Study: Engage in meaningful discussions and explore real-world scenarios facilitated by Lorinda, creating a platform for collective insights and shared experiences.
  • Interactive Networking: Engage in meaningful discussions and share experiences with fellow internal auditors, forging valuable connections within the profession.

As we come together to learn from each other and look towards a promising future, this networking event promises to be a memorable occasion filled with insights, celebration, and hope. Join us to reflect on the remarkable journey of internal auditors in 2023 and explore the path to a brighter future in 2024 with Lorinda's engaging case study session.

Registrations for this event are through IIA NZ National Office. Afternoon tea will be offered at the event. Claire will bring along her famous Xmas mince pies!

In Person: We are delighted to announce that KPMG will be our venue host sponsor for this event. We extend our heartfelt thanks to them for their support and enthusiasm for this partnership.

Registrations have now closed.

If you are unwell, have come in contact with someone who is unwell, or are awaiting the results of a Covid test, we ask that you do not attend in-person.

Note that spaces are limited, so we encourage you to secure your spot at your earliest convenience. Maximum venue capacity: 30 people

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