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March 2015 Seminar

13 March 2015

9.30 am - 13.15 pm

A quarterly review of current internal audit topics and issues of interest to include property claims, cyber security and an update of the FRC's Corporate Governance Code.

  • Claims – Floods, Sweat and Cheers
    Chris Netherton, Managing Director, National Flood School and in association with Fitzgerald Consulting
  • Cyber Security – Are you doing enough?
    David Horn, EMEA Technology Audit Manager, Bank of New York Mellon
  • FRC’s Corporate Governance Code
    David Styles, Director of Corporate Governance, FRC
  • GPDG update
     

Deloitte

2 New Street Square

Greater London

EC4A 3TR

The presentations for this event are available to download for IIAG members only.

Property claims floods sweat and cheers

Chris Netherton

504 kb

Cyber Security - are you doing enough?

David Horn

2339 kb

FRC’s Corporate Governance Update

David Styles

293 kb

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Speakers Profiles

David Horn

EMEA Technology Audit Manager

Bank of New York Mellon

David has spent almost 20 years in technology audit and joined the Bank of New York Mellon leading the EMEA Technology Audit team in March 2014, having spent the previous 8 years working for Europe’s largest Central Counterparty Clearing House, LCH Clearnet. He is responsible for the planning and delivery of the technology element of Integrated audits as well as infrastructure audits within the region and works closely with counterparts in the Americas and APAC regions.

Chris Netherton

Managing Director

National Flood School

Chris has over 20 years of experience in project management and fulfilment in the disaster mitigation phase of property damage, including emergency property drying, mould remediation, smoke removal and odour control. Specialising in wet peril training, technical and forensic advice, disaster restoration supply chain management, dispute resolution, audits and best practise reviews, troubleshooting and ‘surge’ management..

David Styles

FRC

David Styles joined the FRC as Director of Corporate Governance in May 2014, having been in the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS and predecessors) for nearly thirty years. During his career in BIS he held a number of posts dealing directly with a variety of businesses and industry sectors, spending ten years as Assistant Director in the Corporate Law and Governance Directorate.