Dec 05, 2023
Incorporated in 1944, TORONTO was the eighth IIA Chapter to be formed and is currently the second largest in the world, with over 2,800 members. The Toronto Chapter represents not only Members of the IIA in the Greater Toronto Area, but it also represents Members of the IIA that reside in South-western Ontario, Northern Ontario, and parts of Eastern Ontario.
Phone: (416) 474-8072
6 Belsize Drive
Toronto ON, M4S 1L4
Please contact Jen Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the annual nomination process for Governor / Executive Roles or to express an interest in getting involved in a volunteer role on one of the Executive Committees.
If you would like, volunteer at a Chapter training or event.
We are pleased to be a 2023 Building Awareness Champion!
During Internal Audit Awareness Month in May, we shared our passion for internal auditing, promoting the profession through a variety of events and campaigns designed to inform and engage, raise awareness, and help stakeholders understand the value of internal audit in their organizations.
The increased use of emerging technologies and social/digital media presents an increased number of new and unique challenges to data protection, as well as detecting and preventing fraudulent behavior. This session will focuses on the concept of ethical and sustainable data protection practices in the modern data driven world, and the importance of a strong ethical climate to cope with the ever-evolving technology. Register today!
Details: IIA Toronto Chapter is excited to present a breakfast seminar that will focus on lean practices and principles and how they can be applied to public sector internal audits. Many public sector organizations are being asked to do more with less funding. There is an important role internal auditors can play in helping their organizations navigate these resource constraints. Register today!
A Tribute to John Robert Stuart Fraser
AI CHANGES EVERYTHING IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
The newest generation of AI technology is advancing fast and there is significant pressure for organizations to adapt quickly. AI-related risks can create barriers for organizations looking to adopt AI. This session will explore how this emerging technology is driving innovation and efficiency, evolving the risk landscape, and shaping risk and internal audit practices. Register today!
Webinar: A Week in the Life of an Agile Auditor, presented by Wolters Kluwer
September 12 | 1:00–2:00 p.m.
Mark Williams, Agility in Internal Audit consultant, coach, trainer, and keynote speaker, and Shawn O'Brien, TeamMate, provide a foundational look at the mechanics of agile auditing. This presentation includes a brief review of the elements of agile audit – what it is, what it is not, and the why – and closely examines what a typical week looks like in an audit project using these agile techniques.
June 10, 2023 - 2:30 p.m.
The Toronto Chapter is happy to announce that we are giving away a full Gleim Scholarship.
Join us for a session on a Hands-on Approach to Data Analytics in Internal Audit!
March 9, 2023 - Webinar - 12-2pm (EST)
The session will help you understand how data analytics can be applied across the internal audit lifecycle and you will get some hands-on experience on what and how to perform data analytics with sample data.
Join us at our Virtual Town Hall! Hear from #TheIIA's Canada Advisory Committee, NorthAmerican Board, and leadership team on recent changes designed to bring value to yourmembership. February 23 at noon ET. Register today!
July 25, 2022