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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS (IIA GLOBAL COMMITTEES 2020-2021)

Sep 10, 2019 16:12 PM

The IIA is calling for nominations to IIA Global Committees. Information about the Committees and what is required can be found here. Those appointed to serve will begin their terms in July 2020 (generally for a three year period).

If you wish to have IIA-Australia support and endorsement of your nomination there is a two-step process

  • Consult the information on the IIA Global website and submit your nomination - information and the online nomination form can be found here
  • Send a copy of the nomination content to the Company Secretary by midday on Tuesday 8 October 2019. The IIA-Australia Nominations Committee will review the nominations received and recommend to the Board those members to receive IIA-Australia support and endorsement of the nomination submitted to IIA Global. Endorsement will be provided by the IIA Global deadline of 16 October 2019.

The Nominations Committee encourages members from the Financial Sector and the Public Sector to consider nominating for one of the following Committees.

Financial Services Guidance Committee

Mission: To strategically direct the development of IPPF guidance in support of financial services auditors globally by identifying, prioritizing, commissioning and ultimately approving topical guidance specifically geared to the financial services sector.

Composition: Members representing a cross-section of the financial services industry, with a particular weight given to banking. CIA/CFSA strongly preferred. CAE or Director with at least 10 years of internal audit experience at a supervisory level required.

Public Sector Guidance Committee

​Mission: To strategically direct the development of IPPF guidance in support of public sector auditors globally by identifying, prioritizing, commissioning, and ultimately approving guidance specifically geared to the unique needs of auditors servicing the public sector.

Composition: Members representing a cross-section of local, state/ provincial and national government activities. CIA/CGAP strongly preferred.  CAE or Director with at least 10 years of internal audit experience at a supervisory level required.

The terms for support by the IIA-Australia Board include:

  • to present a report to the IIA-Australia Board informing it of developments and decisions taken by the international committee of which they are a member
  • agree with the CEO on ways that they can and will contribute in a tangible and direct way to the success of IIA-Australia during the period they are a member of an international committee.  Examples include:
    • being prepared to deliver a webinar for members nationally on a topic on which they have specific expertise, or
    • presenting at a local Chapter Members’ Meeting, or
    • contributing to IIA-Australia Factsheets or White papers. 

A modest allowance of $700 per face-to-face meeting (two per year) may be available.

IIA-Australia has a number of representatives on IIA Global Committees.  Information about this can be found here.

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