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Last update: 04/18/14

Auditing Institute (Week 1)

Auditing InstitutesApril 28-May 2, 2014; Kansas City, MO
September 8-12, 2014; Minneapolis, MN

Auditing I—The Basics

Designed to provide tools and step-by-step procedures to establish and maintain an effective internal audit function within your bank.

  • Steps to establish an internal audit function
  • Phases of a complete audit cycle
  • Methods for documenting and evaluating internal controls
  • Various approaches for reporting audit results
  • Sampling
  • The importance of following up on audit recommendations
  • Auditors responsibilities for fraud

Auditing Working Papers

Learn how to prepare, index, cross reference, file, and maintain clear and complete working papers that comply with the internal audit professional standards.

  • Documenting each phase of the audit cycle (including planning, performing, reporting and follow up)
  • Organizing a complete audit file
  • Using risk assessment to develop an annual audit plan
  • Using technology to complete electronic work papers

Auditing II—Auditing Liabilities and Other Activities

Focuses on key concepts related to auditing deposit activities, wire transfers, Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB) advances and other borrowings. Learn how to design and execute an effective plan for the confirmation process and best practices for the communication of audit results.

  • Evaulating auditing risks associated with deposits, official checks and other liabilities
  • Understanding and planning the confirmation process
  • Obtaining management commitment to act on the audit recommendations
  • Developing techniques for effectively presenting audit findings to bank management and the Audit Committee
  • Auditing federal funds, FHLB borrowings, repurchase agreements and other liabilities
  • Understanding and auditing wire transfers and Automated Clearing House (ACH) transactions in your bank

Start Time: 8:00 am Day One
End Time: 1:00 pm Day Five

Instructors: Jerry Felicelli and Tom Danielson

Who should attend: Auditing personnel—regardless of previous experience and training

43 CPE Credits Per Week

Program Level: Intermediate

FEE FOR WEEK ONE AND TWO
ICBA Member: $2,295 per week; $3,595 per 2 weeks
Nonmember: $3,495 per week; $5,195 per 2 weeks
Nonbanker: $3,895 per week; $5,995 per 2 weeks

CERTIFICATION TESTING FEE
ICBA Member: $100 per week
Nonmember: $200 per week

Certification Designation: Certified Community Bank Internal Auditor (CCBIA)

Hotel Information (Kansas City, MO):
To make your hotel reservations, contact Embassy Suites (KCI Airport) at (816) 891-7788
Rate: $140.00
Reservation Deadline: 4/19/2014

Hotel Information (Minneapolis, MN):
To make your hotel reservations, contact Embassy Suites Hotel Bloomington at (952) 884-4811
Rate: $164.00
Reservation Deadline: 8/17/2014

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For more information, call 800-422-7285.






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