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Dear Colleague: Your role within the internal audit profession has never been more critical. Recent events have only further bolstered your value, not only to the profession, but to your organization. With more than 150,000 members from more than 160 countries, The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) continues to set the standard for internal auditing. Our tradition of excellence continues with the 2010 International Conference in Atlanta, June 6 – 9, where thousands of practitioners from around the world will come together for the profession’s premier training and development event. In addition to our world-class keynote speakers, this conference will feature 12 program tracks covering Governance, Risk Management, GRC, Fraud Prevention and Detection, Leadership, Information Technology, Emerging Global Issues, Public Sector, and much more! Continue to check the conference Web site periodically as announcements are made about the speakers and relevant topics that will be part of these tracks. The program is fitting for an international conference, with speakers from all corners of the globe representing the largest organizations in the world. The highest rated speakers from the past are returning to join top quality first-time speakers who will bring a fresh perspective on diverse topics. Read this brochure and see it for yourself! Also, throughout the conference you will have opportunities to network with your peers in your industry and at your career level during networking breaks, breakfasts, lunches, and during the Sunday Welcome Reception, the annual Gala on Tuesday evening, and at Monday’s Vendor Reception, where you can be introduced to new business solutions. It’s with great pleasure that we invite you to the MUST attend event of 2010, so register today at www.iia2010atl.org, where you can also find the most up-to-date program and session information. Attention IIA Members: Save US $505 when you register for the conference before January 31! We look forward to seeing you in Atlanta as we all discover ATL – “Auditing Through Leadership.” Sincerely,

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2009 – 2010 IIA Chairman of the Board

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome Message.....................................................................................3 About the Conference.................................................................................5 Conference Venue......................................................................................6 General Session Speakers...........................................................................7 Conference Program-At-A-Glance................................................................8 Pre- and Post-conference Sessions............................................................14 Delegate Guest Tour Opportunities.............................................................15 Gala Event..............................................................................................15 Registration Information...........................................................................16 General Conference Information................................................................17 Accomodations........................................................................................18 IIA Annual Business Meeting....................................................................19 Conference Exhibit and Sponsorship Opportunities.....................................19

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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE At every turn, rich Atlanta history is revealed through the people and events that grew this railroad town into an international city. The roads you travel through Atlanta were worn from the Native Americans who first called this land home. The beautiful and serene green spaces once were the battlefields of a nation torn apart in civil war. From the many railroad tracks crossing the area, to the skyscrapers lining Peachtree Street, to the world’s busiest airport, the story of two centuries of changing Atlanta, Georgia, history unfolds. The spirit of Atlanta and the ideals of our people reflect those of the courageous and visionary leaders of our past and present. And now, the biggest event for the internal audit profession comes to town – The IIA’s 2010 International Conference, with its own opportunities including: ■■ Recognized keynote speakers, including Dr. Walter Massey, Zanny Minton-Beddoes, Mark Sanborn, and

Carol B. Tomé. ■■ An unprecedented number of concurrent sessions on today’s current issues, industry best practices,

and unique challenges to help you add value to your organization. ■■ International presenters representing the internal audit profession from around the globe. ■■ Pre- and post-conference sessions designed to enhance your overall conference experience, and virtual

tracks for Chief Audit Executives and Financial Services Auditors. ■■ One of the best exhibit halls containing the latest and very best in tools, techniques, products, and

services, all designed to help you be more successful in your career. ■■ Receptions and networking opportunities that will make your conference experience memorable for

years to come. Stay tuned for more information on the pre- and post-conference events, the Financial Services sessions on Sunday, and the upcoming Unique and Specific Topics track.

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CONFERENCE VENUE The IIA is bringing a world-class conference to the spectacular Georgia World Congress Center (GWCC) and you will definitely want to be part of the action. Guaranteed to be the year’s largest gathering of internal audit practitioners, The IIA’s 2010 International Conference will focus on “Auditing Through Leadership (ATL).” Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, the GWCC is one of the nation’s largest convention centers. Aside from its grandeur, the GWCC is renowned for its warm Southern hospitality and exceptional customer service. The experienced staff at the Congress Center is dedicated to exceeding your expectations during your visit.

GEORGIA WORLD CONGRESS CENTER 285 Andrew Young International Blvd., NW Atlanta, GA 30313-1591 USA Phone: +1-404-223-4000

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GENERAL SESSION SPEAKERS Carol B. Tomé is chief financial officer and executive vice president of corporate services at The Home Depot and is the audit committee chair for United Parcel Service (UPS). In November 2007, Tomé was included in The Wall Street Journal’s list of “50 Women to Watch.” She ranked No. 16 in Forbes magazine’s 2008 list of the “World’s 100 Most Powerful Women.”

Zanny Minton-Beddoes is The Economist’s economics editor on global economic outlook. She is responsible for coverage of the American economy, economic policy, and issues surrounding globalization. Minton-Beddoes joined The Economist in 1994 after spending two years as an economist at the International Monetary Fund.

Mark Sanborn, CSP, CPAE, is president of Sanborn & Associates, Inc., an idea studio dedicated to developing leaders in business and in life. Sanborn is an international bestselling author of The Fred Factor and You Don’t Need a Title to Be a Leader. Sanborn holds the Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association and is a member of the Speaker Hall of Fame.

Dr. Walter E. Massey is chairman of the board of directors for Bank of America and is president emeritus at Morehouse College. He has been a director of the board since 1998 and is a member of the board’s audit committee. He was a director for BankAmerica Corporation and currently also serves as a director of McDonald’s Corporation. Massey was also formerly a director for Delta Airlines, Motorola, and BP PLC.

LEADING THE GLOBAL PROFESSION INTO THE NEXT DECADE (Moderator) Paul Sobel, Mirant Corporation (North America) Clare Brady, World Bank (Europe) Connie McDaniel, Coca-Cola (North America) Gerardo Carstens, Consultative Group for International Agrigultural Research (Latin America) Paul Sobel

Additional panel member will be announced from Asia

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CONFERENCE PROGRAM-AT-A-GLANCE SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 2010 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Welcome Reception

MONDAY, JUNE 7, 2010 8:00 - 8:30 a.m.

Opening Remarks and Welcome

8:30 - 9:45 a.m.

GS 1 Dr. Walter Massey (USA), Bank of America Chairman of the Board and President Emeritus of Morehouse College

9:45 - 10:15 a.m.

Networking Break

Tracks

Governance

10:15 - 11:30 a.m.

CS 1-1 IV World Class Corporate Governance Jonathan Marks (USA) Crowe Horwath International

Risk Management (ERM)

Compliance (GRC)

CS 1-2 II, III How Can Internal Auditors Evaluate the Quality of Risk Management Decision-making?

CS 1-3 IV Bells and Whistles: What You Need to Know About Governance, Risk, and Compliance Technology

Malcolm Schwartz (USA) CRS Associates

Greg Zimmerman (USA) Jefferson Wells

Fraud Detection & Prevention

Information Technology Hot Topics

CS 1-4 IV Recovering Millions and Breaking Tradition

CS 1-5 IV Demystifying IT Auditing for Internal Auditors

Abdulqader Ali (UAE) Dubai World

Ken Mory (USA) Office of the City Auditor – City of Austin

Patti Walker (USA) Jefferson Wells AUDITING

MANAGEMENT ADVISORY SERVICES

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11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Lunch 12:30 - 12:45 p.m.

Announcements and Awards

12:45 - 1:45 p.m.

GS 2 Carol Tomé (USA), The Home Depot’s Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Corporate Services and Audit Committee Chair at

1:45 - 2:15 p.m.

Networking Break

2:15 - 3:30 p.m.

CS 2-1 II, III Survival of the Most Informed: GRC Comes of Age – How to Envision, Strategize, and Lead to Achieve Enterprise Resilience

CS 2-2 IV Delivering Assurance Based on ISO Standard 31000: Risk Management

John Farrell (USA) KPMG

Michael Parkinson (AUSTRALIA) KPMG AUDITING

Andrew MacLeod (AUSTRALIA) Brisbane City Council

CS 2-3 IV Moving Forward: Ethical Leadership for the 21st Century Cynthia Cooper (USA) CooperGroup

BEHAVIORAL ETHICS

MANAGEMENT ADVISORY SERVICES

3:30 - 4:00 p.m.

Networking Break

4:00 - 5:15 p.m.

CS 3-1 IV Addressing Current Governance and Risk Management Challenges for International Organizations

CS 3-2 II, III How Internal Audit Can Influence the Risk Management Culture

Alan Siegfried (USA) Inter-American Development Bank

Elisa Young (USA) ING

Karl Riem (USA) Wells Fargo

CS 3-3 IV Can Internal Auditors Really Audit Behavior? MODERATOR:

Mohammed Siddiqui (CANADA) Hydro Ottawa Holding PANEL:

CS 2-4 IV Why Do People Turn to the Dark Side? Deanna Sullivan (USA) SullivanSolutions

CS 2-5 IV Managing Privacy Risk in a Social Media-driven Society Tom Andreesen (USA) Protiviti

AUDITING

BEHAVIORAL ETHICS

CS 3-4 Investigative Interviewing – an Auditor’s Guide

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CS 3-5 The Value of GAIT

IV

Norman Marks (USA) SAP

Larry Rosipajla (USA) Forensic Alliance

Steve Goepfert (USA) Continental Airlines Neeraj Kumar (CANADA) Emirates Group Sridhar Ramamoorti (USA) Infogix Psychologist TBD

AUDITING

5:15 - 7:15 p.m.

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MANAGEMENT ADVISORY SERVICES

BEHAVIORAL ETHICS

Exhibitor Reception

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Knowledge Levels:

I – Introductory

II – Intermediate

III – Experienced

IV – All Knowledge Levels

Sessions shaded in blue indicate Chief Audit Executive Virtual Track

IV AUDITING Leading Internal Audit Practices

Tools for Effective Internal Auditing

Internal Auditor Skills and Capabilities

CS 1-6 II, III Strategic Auditing – Covering the 4th Element of COSO ERM

CS 1-7 IV From Business Process to ERM: A Single Version of the Truth

CS 1-8 IV Internal Audit Capabilities and Needs – How Do You Succeed?

Andrew Raftis (USA) AXA Equitable

Farid Aractingi (FRANCE) Renault

Larry Harrington (USA) Raytheon

Leadership

Bob Hirth (USA) Protiviti AUDITING

AUDITING

MANAGEMENT ADVISORY SERVICES

Emerging Global Issues

Auditing in the Public & Non-profit Sectors

CS 1-9 IV The Paradox of Identity ... Evolution of Your Internal Brand as a Leadership and Organizational Asset

CS 1-10 IV CS 1-11 II, III The Greatest Story Issuing Public Sector Never Told – A Report Internal Audit Opinions from the Future: Bob McDonald (AUSTRALIA) Queensland Department of The Death of Internal Public Works Auditing

Alan Hilburg (USA) Hilburg Associates

Tom McLeod (AUSTRALIA) PaperlinX

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

AUDITING

AUDITING (GOVERNMENTAL)

IV AUDITING

t UPS CS 2-6 II, III Influencing Radical Change – Beyond Recommendations, Gaining Commitment Sarah Blackburn (USA) Wayside Network

CS 2-7 Achieving Business Assurance via Data Analysis

IV CS 2-8 IV CS 2-9 Can You Save Time in a Diversity: Bottle? The Leadership Challenge Diane Bogino (USA)

Steve Biskie (USA) ACL

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CS 3-6 IV Assurance and Consulting Engagements: Are They Mutually Exclusive?

CS 3-7 IV Embedding CAATs in Your Audit Processing and Continuous Fraud Monitoring

Kurt Reding (USA) Wichita State University

Seth Davis (USA) RLI Insurance

Mike Head (USA) TD Ameritrade

Pat Ferrell (USA) RLI Insurance

Performance Strategies

Steve Bucherati (USA) Coca-Cola

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

CS 3-8 Cultivating and Developing Audit Leader Soft Skills Rachel Tullos (USA) Colonial Pipeline

IV CS 2-10 Sustaining your Bottom Line

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Steve Leffin (USA) UPS

II, III CS 2-11 IV Public Sector Auditors Driving Value Through Application of the COSO Frameworks

Eric Hespenheide (USA) Deloitte & Touche

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION

IV CS 3-9 IV CS 3-10 IV The Home Depot Reporting in the 21st Leadership Program Century: What You Need to Know About Climate Kelly Barrett (USA) The Home Depot Change and Carbon Reporting Eric Israel (USA) KPMG

Paul Sobel (USA) Mirant Corporation

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION

COMPUTER SCIENCE

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION

Doris Wang (CHINESE TAIWAN) Department of Accounting, National Taipei University David Kuo (CHINESE TAIWAN) National Audit Office of Taiwan AUDITING (GOVERNMENTAL)

CS 3-11 II, III Maturing the Public Sector Internal Audit Function Elizabeth MacRae (USA) Author of The IIA Research Foundation’s Internal Audit Capability Model for the Public Sector Helen Young (USA) Texas General Land Office and Veterans Land Board

AUDITING (GOVERNMENTAL)

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TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 2010 8:00 - 8:15 a.m.

Opening Remarks

8:15 - 9:15 a.m.

GS 2 Zanny Minton-Beddoes (USA), The Economist’s Editor on Global Economic Outlook Risk Management (ERM)

Tracks

Governance

9:30 - 10:45 a.m.

CS 4-1 IV The Future of Corporate Governance Kerry Francis (USA) Deloitte & Touche

CS 4-2 Bite-sized ERM

Compliance (GRC)

IV

Warren Stippich (USA) Grant Thornton Bailey Jordan (USA) Grant Thornton

Dave Goldman (USA) Eastman Chemical Lizanne Thomas (USA) Krispy Kreme

CS 4-5 IV Adding Value Through Risk-based IT Auditing

Nejolla Korris (USA) Working-it-Out

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MANAGEMENT ADVISORY SERVICES

IV Internal Audit’s Role in Auditing Governance

CS 5-2 II, III ERM, Governance, and Value

Rick Steinberg (USA) Steinberg Governance

Richard Anderson (UK) Richard Anderson & Associates

Carmen Rossiter (CANADA) Protiviti

AUDITING

12:30 - 1:20 p.m.

Lunch

1:20 - 2:20 p.m.

GS 4 To Be Announced

2:20 - 2:45 p.m.

Networking Break

2:45 - 3:45 p.m.

CS 6-1 IV Implications of Board Governance: What Can Go Wrong? David Stockton (USA) Kilpatrick Stockton

Dragon Tai (CHINESE TAIWAN) Continental Engineering Corp.

AUDITING

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MANAGEMENT ADVISORY SERVICES

CS 6-2 The Risk Intelligent Internal Auditor

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Sandra Pundmann (USA) Deloitte & Touche

CS 5-3 IV Assessing Your Corporate Compliance and Ethics Program

CS 5-4 II, III Construction Fraud: Bringing Value at All Phases

Nancy Haig (USA) Eisai Inc.

Denise Cicchella (USA) Auspicium, Co.

BEHAVIORAL ETHICS

CS 6-3 II, III Setting the Tone at the Top for an Ethical Culture Gil Radford (USA) Verizon Wireless Alice Brennan (USA) Verizon Wireless

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CS 4-4 IV Improve Your Interviewing Skills Through Linguistic Lie Detection

Networking Break

11:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. CS 5-1

3:45 - 4:15 p.m.

Information Technology Hot Topics

Carole Switzer (USA) Open Compliance and Ethics Group (OCEG) AUDITING

10:45 - 11:15 a.m.

CS 4-3 IV The Critical Role of Internal Audit in GRC: Assessing GRC Capability, Effectiveness, and Performance to Drive Business Success

Fraud Detection & Prevention

MANAGEMENT ADVISORY SERVICES

BEHAVIORAL ETHICS

Networking Break

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CS 5-5 IV IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance Concepts and Frameworks Brian Barnier (USA) Valuebridge Advisors

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CS 6-4 IV Harvest Value from Internal Auditing: Why and How to Embed Fraud Risk Management

CS 6-5 IT Hacking for Fun and Profit

IV

Michael Saylor (USA) Accretive Solutions

Mark Warner (USA) General Motors Assurance Corp.

AUDITING

COMPUTER SCIENCE


Knowledge Levels:

I – Introductory

II – Intermediate

III – Experienced

Sessions shaded in blue indicate Chief Audit Executive Virtual Track

IV – All Knowledge Levels

IV ECONOMICS Leading Internal Audit Practices

Tools for Effective Internal Auditing

CS 4-6 IV CS 4-7 II, III Ten Success Stories Advanced Analytics from Internal Audit Dan Kneer (USA) Dan Kneer Advisors Departments Around the World Andy Dahle (USA) PricewaterhouseCoopers

Internal Auditor Skills and Capabilities

CS 4-8 Productivity Leaps for You and Your Department Felipe Velasquez (USA) OSI Systems

Leadership

Emerging Global Issues

Auditing in the Public & Non-profit Sectors

IV CS 4-9 IV CS 4-10 II, III CS 4-11 Your Network Equals Auditing Sustainable Walking the Fine Your Net Worth Development Line ... Serving Politicians Without Genevieve Bos (USA) Jean-Francois Sautin (FRANCE) TradeWind Partners Lafarge Compromising Objectivity

IV

Jacques Lapointe (CANADA) Province of Nova Scotia

AUDITING

STATISTICS

CS 5-6 IV Internal Auditing: A Co-produced Service in a World of Services

CS 5-7 IV CAATs for Added Value: Implementing Continuous Monitoring

Tommaso Capurso (BELGIUM) Belgian Railways

Matty Pleumeekers (THE NETHERLANDS) Essent NV

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

AUDITING

AUDITING (GOVERNMENTAL)

CS 5-8 IV CS 5-9 IV CS 5-10 IV Internal Audit Attributes of a Highly Global Economic Crime Excellence, More Successful CAE Survey Than Just Numbers: Richard Chambers (USA) Bob Gallagher (USA) The Institute of Internal Auditors PricewaterhouseCoopers How Do You Select, Train, and Retain the Very Best Internal Audit Professionals

CS 5-11 II, III What Public Sector Audit Committees Really Expect

Greg Redmond (USA) Chevron

Agnieszka Kazmierczak (BELGIUM) European Commission

Patty Miller (USA) Deloitte & Touche AUDITING

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CS 6-6 II, III CS 6-7 IV Optimizing Your Internal How to Effectively Sell Audit Function – Continuous Auditing Increasing Your Robert Mainardi (USA) Mainardi & Associates Stakeholder Value Mark Salamasick (USA) University of Texas at Dallas

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Vukani Dlamini (SOUTH AFRICA) National Treasury, OAG Risk Management Hans Spoel (BELGIUM) European Commission

AUDITING (GOVERNMENTAL)

CS 6-8 II, III CS 6-9 IV CS 6-10 IV CS 6-11 IV How Can Internal Retaining and Motivating Real-world Experience World Class Public Auditors Use the Lean Internal Audit Staff in IFRS Implementation Sector Audit Strategies Six Sigma Methodology? Karl Riem (USA) Gary Duryea (USA) Joyce Drummond-Hill (UK) Renato Trisciuzzi (BRAZIL) Embratel

Wells Fargo

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National Offender Management Service, Ministry of Justice

Michael Shapow (USA) Robert Half Management Resources

Steve Goodson (USA) Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Wayne Rose (USA) Deloitte & Touche

Neville Moo (AUSTRALIA) Queensland Department of Education, Training, and the Arts AUDITING

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TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 2010 (Continued) Risk Management (ERM)

Tracks

Governance

4:15 - 5:15 p.m.

CS 7-1 IV Risk Transformation – Protecting and Enabling Performance Gerry Dixon (USA) Ernst & Young

CS 7-2 Risk Management: Why Did It Fail and What Needs to be Done to Improve It

Fraud Detection & Prevention

Compliance (GRC)

IV

Leen Paape (THE NETHERLANDS) Nyenrode Business University

CS 7-3 GRC: Bringing it All Together

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MODERATOR:

Amy Daly (USA) SolomonEdwardsGroup

Marjorie Maguire-Krupp (USA) Coastal Empire Consulting

Cynthia Cooper (USA) CooperGroup

PANEL:

Rick Steinberg (USA) Steinberg Governance

AUDITING

7:15 p.m.

CS 7-4 IV CS 7-5 Sleeping with the Enemy: IT Hot Topics Panel When the Fraudster Discussion MODERATOR: is Inside the Board of Norman Marks (USA) Directors SAP MODERATOR:

PANEL:

Dragon Tai (CHINESE TAIWAN) Continental Engineering Corporation Ken Mory (USA) City of Austin

Richard Anderson (UK) Richard Anderson and Associates

Sridhar Ramamoorti (USA) Infogix

Brian Barnier (USA) Valuebridge Advisors

Carole Switzer (USA) Open Compliance and Ethics Group

Michael Emmert (USA) Navigant Consulting

Tom Andreesen (USA) Protiviti

MANAGEMENT ADVISORY SERVICES

AUDITING

Gala Event

8:00 - 8:30 a.m.

Opening Remarks

8:30 - 9:45 a.m.

GS 5 Leading the Global Profession into the Next Decade (PANEL) (Moderator) Paul Sobel, Mirant Corporation (North America) Clare Brady, World Bank (Europe) Connie McDaniel, Coca-Cola (North America) Gerardo Carstens, Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research (Latin America) Additional panel member will be announced from Asia

9:45 - 10:15 a.m.

Networking Break

10:15 - 10:45 a.m.

Closing Session

10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. GS 6

Mark Sanborn (USA), President of Sanborn & Associates

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PANEL:

Guillermo Casal (ARGENTINA) IFPC - IGI International Group

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 2010

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Information Technology Hot Topics

AUDITING


Knowledge Levels:

I – Introductory

Leading Internal Audit Practices

CS 7-6 II, III 25 Worst Practices in Educating the Audit Committee: What Not to Do Joel Kramer (USA) MISTI

II – Intermediate

Tools for Effective Internal Auditing

III – Experienced

Internal Auditor Skills and Capabilities

Sessions shaded in blue indicate Chief Audit Executive Virtual Track

IV – All Knowledge Levels Leadership

Emerging Global Issues

CS 7-7 IV CS 7-8 IV CS 7-9 IV CS 7-10 Lip Service Adoption The Project Saboteur Change? Bring It On! TBA of Audit Tools – Dion Kotteman (THE NETHERLANDS) Joanne Smith (USA) Dutch National Audit Authority Delta Airlines An Exploration of the Winners and Losers in the Next 10 Years Paul Gascoigne (USA) Morgan Kai Ltd.

Auditing in the Public & Non-profit Sectors

CS 7-11 IV Public Sector Auditors: Meeting the Needs of Leadership and Citizens James Zingale (USA) Former Head of the Florida Department of Revenue Melinda Miguel (USA) Florida Executive Office of the Governor Kathie Schwerdtfeger (USA) Deloitte and Touche

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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

AUDITING (GOVERNMENTAL)

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PRE- AND POST-CONFERENCE SESSIONS Explore issues and topics affecting the profession by attending one of the following pre- or post-conference sessions held on Sunday June 6, 2010, or Wednesday June 9, 2010, and earn Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours: ■■ IT Audit Research Topics Symposium. ■■ Government Auditors Forum. ■■ Financial Services Auditing. ■■ And more!

For a complete list of available pre- and post-conference sessions, please visit www.iia2010atl.org and click on “PROGRAM.” Preregistration and prepayment for some sessions may be required as seating may be limited to better facilitate the session.

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DELEGATE GUEST TOUR OPPORTUNITIES The Atlanta area features many world-class and one-of-a-kind attractions sure to make your journey and that of your travel companion a memorable one. Make the most of your visit by participating in one or more of these exciting outings: ■■ Atlanta’s Nobel Prize Tour: A Look at Atlanta’s Legacy of Leaders – Half Day ■■ Shopping and Lunch in Buckhead – Half Day ■■ A Taste of Atlanta – Half Day ■■ Good Life in Historic Buckhead – Full Day ■■ Callaway Gardens – Full Day

Visit www.iia2010atl.org for more details and tour pricing. Additional activities within walking distance of the conference and its venue are: ■■ Georgia Aquarium

■■ Inside CNN Atlanta Studio Tour

■■ World of Coca-Cola

■■ Centennial Olympic Park

GALA EVENT GALA EVENT TUESDAY, JUNE 8 / 7:00 P.M. Conference delegates are invited to attend the annual Gala Event to be held on Tuesday, June 8, at 7:00 p.m. Delegates will be treated to true traditional Atlanta southern hospitality as they socialize with their colleagues and peers during this event. Additional delegate guest tickets may be purchased at time of registration which includes participation in the Gala Event.

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION IIA Members save US $505 off the regular conference registration rate when you register by January 31, 2010. Become a Member of The IIA today and save on your conference registration rate!

REGISTRATION FEES – PACKAGE A

Requires a conference hotel to be reserved during registration (All Pricing in US Dollars) IIA Members

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GENERAL CONFERENCE INFORMATION The registration fee for conference delegates includes: ■■ Attendance to The IIA’s 2010 International

Conference

■■ Refreshments during conference days ■■ Welcome Reception

■■ All printed conference materials

■■ Vendor Reception

■■ Breakfast (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday)

■■ Gala Event

■■ Lunch (Monday and Tuesday)

■■ Conference Bag

The registration fee for delegate guest(s) includes: ■■ Breakfast (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday)

■■ Gala Event

■■ Welcome Reception

■■ Conference Bag

Only registered delegates and delegate guests are entitled to attend the social activities of the conference.

QUESTIONS? For more information regarding refund, complaint, and/or program cancellation policies, please call or e-mail us at: Phone: +1-404-892-9070 Toll Free: +1-877-892-9070 (US and Canada) E-mail: info@iia2010atl.org NOTE: Registrations will not be accepted over the phone. Payments must be received within 14 days of registration or your registration application will be cancelled.

CANCELLATION POLICY All cancellations and refund requests must be in writing. Cancellations received more than 21 days prior to the conference start date will incur a US $100 administrative fee. There is no refund for cancellations received within 21 days of the conference start date.

SCHEDULE CHANGES At times, it may be necessary to cancel, reschedule, or substitute a conference session, speaker, conference, and/ or topic after registration has been confirmed. The IIA will provide advance notice of any changes once notice has been received and in doing so will not be responsible for penalties related to the canceling or rescheduling of registration fees, airfares, lodging, etc.

CPE CREDITS AVAILABLE When you attend this conference you are eligible for up to 18 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits, depending on the number of sessions you attend. Attendance will be tracked electronically. The IIA’s International Conference programs are acceptable for fulfilling CPE requirements, which ensure that internal auditors comply with the specific standards on education in The IIA’s International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing. The IIA is registered with the United States National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. U.S. state boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to NASBA, 150 Fourth Ave., North, Nashville, TN 37219-2417 USA.

Please visit www.iia2010atl.org for the most up-to-date information as conference program and details are subject to change.

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ACCOMMODATIONS You receive these excellent benefits when you stay at one of The IIA’s 2010 International Conference hotels: ■■ A US $200 discount on your conference registration if you reserve a hotel room when you register. ■■ Convenient to the conference venue. ■■ Shuttle transportation available to the conference venue and social events. ■■ A conference representative at each hotel to assist with your needs. ■■ Distribution of IIA Conference correspondence such as daily agendas or newsletters

For complete hotel details, including room rates and hotel amenities, please visit www.iia2010atl.org and access “Accommodations” under the “Location” section of the Web site.

OMNI HOTEL AT CNN CENTER HEADQUARTER HOTEL

HYATT REGENCY ATLANTA

MARRIOTT MARQUIS ATLANTA

65 Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, Georgia, USA 30303 Phone: +1-404-577-1234 Fax: +1-404-588-4137

265 Peachtree Center Avenue Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: +1-404-521-0000 Fax: +1-404-586-6299

EMBASSY SUITES ATLANTA AT CENTENNIAL OLYMPIC PARK

ATLANTA MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN

RITZ-CARLTON, ATLANTA

267 Marietta Street Atlanta, GA 30313 Phone: +1-404-223-2300 Fax: +1-404-223-0925

160 Spring Street, NW Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: +1-404-688-8600 Fax: +1-404-524-5543

100 CNN Center Atlanta, GA 30303 USA Phone: +1-404-659-0000 Fax: +1-404-525-5050

181 Peachtree Street, N.E. Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: +1-404-659-0400 Fax: +1-404-688-0400

Please visit www.iia2010atl.org for the most up-to-date information as conference program and details are subject to change.

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IIA ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING WEDNESDAY JUNE 9, 2010 2:00 START / OMNI HOTEL AT CNN CENTER The 2010 Annual Business Meeting of The Institute of Internal Auditors will take place following the International Conference. The agenda includes officers’ reports, the election of officers and directors, and other appropriate items. You are urged to attend and increase your knowledge of the business of The IIA. No registration is required.

CONFERENCE EXHIBIT & SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES As you position your company for success, we invite you to incorporate exhibiting and sponsoring at this annual event in your marketing mix. It’s a guaranteed way to generate valuable sales leads and increase your organization’s visibility to high-powered buyers from more than 100 countries. The number of repeat exhibitors and sponsors is in itself an affirmation of its success. Prior years’ exhibitors and sponsors include audit service providers; audit training and consulting services; professional associations; software companies; purchasing recovery service providers; risk management specialists; assurance and advisory business service providers; legal fees auditors; publishers; universities; certification training materials providers; CSA implementation, training, and facilitation specialists; job placement organizations; and more. The conference program will include plenty of exhibit contact with attendees, including at all session breaks. Each 10’ x 10’ booth is an affordable US $5,750 when you book by February 28, 2010. For exhibit and sponsorship opportunities for this conference, please contact us at sales@theiia.org or call +1-407-937-1109.

Please visit www.iia2010atl.org for the most up-to-date information as conference program and details are subject to change.

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AUDITING THROUGH LEADERSHIP

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+1-407-937-1111

247 Maitland Ave.

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+1-407-937-1101

Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 USA

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www.theiia.org

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GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS

Various inside photos Š 2009, Kevin Rose/AtlantaPhotos.com

For more information or to register, please visit www.iia2010atl.org.


The IIA's 2010 International Conference in Atlanta Conference Brochure