The 4th Board and Audit Committee Forum
18-19 September'17, Arusha, Tanzania
The Institute of Internal Auditors(IIA) Tanzania is proud to host the 4th Board and Audit Committee Forum on 18–19 September 2017. The event will involve presentations and panels of distinguished thought leaders who will share their valuable experience, knowledge and insights to re-energize the participants with new perspectives, latest trends and best practices which are immediately applicable at the workplace.
The event theme, “Rising to the Challenges of the Future” reflects the importance of organizations to strive for new heights in governance to enhance corporate performance and accountability so as to create long term shareholder value.
Key Topics for Discussion:
- Corporate Governance and Economic Development: Spotlight on Tanzania
- Top Issues for Audit Committees in Tanzania
- Role of Public Sector Audit Committee in Delivering the Country to the Middle-Income Status
- Using a Robust Corporate Governance Framework® to Improve Organizational Performance
- Bringing the Audit Committee - Internal Audit Collaboration to the Next Level
- View from the Top: Internal Auditors as Agents of Change
Who should attend:
Audit Committee Members, Chief Audit Executives, Board members, Managing Directors, CEOs, Senior Management, Accounting Officers, CFOs, Members of Parliamentary Oversight Committees and interested parties.
Mount Meru Hotel, Arusha, Tanzania
Two days (18-19 September 2017)
How to Register:
Visit www.iiatanzania.org or email to email@example.com and for enquiry please call on +255 22 2137498 | +255 0684460777
Registration fee before 31st August 2017 is USD 250 or TZS 500,000 per participant. Registration fee after 31st August 2017 is USD 300 or TZS 600,000. The fees are VAT 18% inclusive and will cover breakfast, lunch, refreshments and program materials.
All cheques shall be payable to the “Institute of Internal Auditors Tanzania”
All participants should deposit their fees, before the event, into the IIA Tanzania USD A/c no. 011105013080 or TZS A/c no.011103028262 at NBC Corporate Branch or NMB TZS A/c no. 22306600425. You can also pay via M pesa number 0745165257 and Airtel Money number 0685185225
Cancellation charge of 20% will be charged if written notification for cancellation is received on or before 31st August 2017. No refund shall be remitted for cancellation after 31st August 2017.
Your outstanding Speakers:
Director & CEO, CGF Research Institute, South Africa
Terrance(Terry) is a co-founder & Executive Director of Corporate Governance Framework(CGF) Research Institute. Through Terry’s guidance and expertise, his company (CGF) specialises in researching and producing monthly corporate governance reports which underpin many of the company’s extended governance consulting services. Terry is an accredited speaker and regularly presents to business and government leadership through seminars and key-note addresses on GRC (Governance, Risk & Compliance) covering the Corporate, SME and Government sectors. He has published numerous GRC related articles, addresses CEO forums and regularly serves as an independent judge of national business awards.
In 2013 Terry was recognised by the Worldwide Who’s Who® organisation for his business accomplishments and knowledge within the arena of corporate governance. In 2014, he was named the SADC regional winner and SA country winner in the SME Sector by the international Titans-Building Nations Awards.
Prior to CGF, Terry held senior managerial and executive positions in the banking industry over a period of 18 years, having also attained his MMP, AMP and EDP during this period. He also served in an executive position at IBM SA covering thought leadership in the financial services sector, before entering the market as a free-lance consultant, specialising in smartcard banking, e-business and the corporate governance arenas.
Retired Controller and Auditor General(CAG) of the United Republic of Tanzania
He served the office of the Controller and Auditor General for 8 years. Prior to being appointed as CAG, he was the first Executive Director of the National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA). He also served on other different positions such as Chairman of the African Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (AFROSAI-E Governing) of 23 African English Speaking countries and 2 African Portuguese speaking countries. He was the key transformation leader who initiated and supervised the major reforms the National Audit Office of Tanzania (NAOT) underwent through in the past eight years. Currently he is heading WAJIBU-the Institute of Public Accountability.
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