Nov 30, 2023
Raleigh on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, from 8:30 am - 9:30 am.
Check-in and continental breakfast are from 8:00 am - 8:30 am.
Presenters: Deron Rossi - Jefferson Wells Fraud Professional, and Tim Lietz - Jefferson Wells National Practice Leader - Risk & Compliance
Program Description: The session will give attendees an update on the latest 2022 Report of Nations highlights around fraud trends across the globe. Attendees will learn of areas they should be focused on as internal auditors in regards to fraud mitigation efforts within their own organizations. Attendees will also hear about recent fraud cases from 2022 that they should be aware of.
Learning Objectives: 2022 Report of the Nations Highlights, Anti-Fraud Program and Controls Organizations Should Consider, Overview of Recent Fraud Cases
Location: City Club Raleigh, 50 Fayetteville St Suite 2800, Raleigh, NC 27601
Registration: Registration is accessible below in the Upcoming Events section.
Refund, complaint, and cancellation policy: Please view our refund, complaint, and
cancellation policies on the IIA Raleigh-Durham Chapter's website.
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It is our mission to follow the IIA motto of “Progress Through Sharing,” and to provide our members with opportunities to grow professionally and to become better internal auditors through offering ongoing training, networking opportunities, certification support, and leadership development.
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.
Are you a student or do you know a student who is currently enrolled at a local college or university in a discipline related to audit, finance, business, IT or accounting? The Raleigh Durham Chapter is offering several scholarship opportunities during the 2021 – 2022 chapter year.
The scholarship and award recognition program will award:
For additional information on these scholarship opportunities, please email us at email@example.com for application information and submission deadlines
Message From Chapter President,
I've been a member of the Chapter for most of my career in Internal Audit. I was fortunate to work for organizations which saw the value in IIA and encouraged me to attend and participate in Chapter events and programming. My volunteer service with the Chapter began in 2019 when the Chapter President was looking for a location to host a Chapter event. I was able to use the meeting facilities at my employer, Blue Cross NC, and thus began my introduction to the behind the scenes work of the Chapter. Since that time, I've served as the Academic Relations chair for two years; my first year while serving as the 2nd Vice President and second year while serving as the 1st Vice President. Serving as a volunteer has been an awesome opportunity to be involved in planning, leading and navigating the challenges of meeting the expectations of our members, Board of Directors and the IIA. Aside from the efforts to lead the Chapter, by far this has been most rewarding experience because of the shared passion for the profession and sincere desire to uplift and provide value-added programming for our members and non-member risk professionals. So much has changed since I began my career in internal audit and I'm truly humbled by this opportunity to serve as the Chapter President. The future for the profession looks bright and it requires us to embrace and welcome students before they graduate to offer insight on the many facets of our profession and endless opportunities to be agents for change. If you've been a member for a while or you are a new member and want to help shape the activities of the Chapter, I hope you will consider volunteering with the Chapter. We have a great group of dedicated people who make up our leadership team and we'd love for others to serve and help promote Internal Auditing!
Peggy Gill Davis
2022-2023 Raleigh-Durham IIA Chapter President