The panel will discuss:
- The current state of play with evolving regulation over financial, compliance and operational controls
- The regulatory changes that will change the audit environment in 2023 and beyond
- What the new government regime means for UK businesses
- The wider benefits of transforming your internal controls and related processes
- How businesses can strengthen their internal controls in response to new regulations
CEO and Founder, Brave Consultancy
Carolyn is a leading expert in risk, assurance, control, compliance and conduct. Founder and CEO of board consultancy Brave, she is also a member of the Board of Starling Bank, where she chairs the Ethics and Responsible Business Committee. Carolyn also chairs the Audit Committee of Agilyx, is Chair of the Board of Care International UK and is a Global Council of Care International member. Until December 2019, Carolyn was Centrica's Head of Audit, Risk and Control. Prior to joining Centrica, she spent almost twenty years with PwC, and seven as a Partner.
Nehal Rajnikant Jilka
Partner, KPMG UK
Nehal has over 20 years’ experience developing, implementing and testing frameworks surrounding financial, operational and information technology (IT) processes & controls. Nehal has worked with over 300 clients across the globe and specialises in helping organisations transform controls and increase the level of controls maturity in their processes through the use of technology and data solutions. Nehal is a key leader of the KPMG steering group on the UK response to a proposed ‘SOX’ framework. He has experience in several functional domains including Finance, IT, Cyber, Procurement, ESG and others. He is also driving the ‘Next Generation of Controls’ clients need through automation with cloud, data analytics, robotics and artificial intelligence, and is the global controls lead for integrating security & controls across functions and cloud platforms.
Non-Executive Director - Chair of Board Risk Committee, Credit Suisse International
Doris Honold’s career spans more than 25 years in financial services across Chief Risk Officer and Chief Operating Officer roles in Frankfurt, Tokyo, Singapore and London. Until 2019, Doris was Standard Chartered's Group Chief Operating Officer and a member of its executive committee. She currently serves as a non-executive director of Credit Suisse International, chairing its board risk committee.
Gavin Hinks is the managing editor of Board Agenda. Gavin, an award-winning business journalist with over 20 years' experience, is the former editor of Accountancy Age and Financial Director; he has written extensively about financial and regulatory issues, corporate governance and ethical and responsible business practices.
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