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Last update: 04/17/14

Auditing Institute (Week 2)

Auditing InstitutesMay 5-9, 2014; Kansas City, MO
September 15-19, 2014; Minneapolis, MN

Auditing III—Auditing Assets

Building on the auditing concepts covered in Auditing I and Auditing II, auditors will learn major control objectives and procedures for auditing assets, including loan activities due from bank accounts and investments.

  • Approaching the audit of loans (including loan loss reserves and loan participations)
  • Understanding the lending function and internal controls related to lending
  • Conducting an audit of other real estate owned
  • Reviewing the audit of cash due from bank accounts
  • Understanding the bank’s investment portfolio
  • Auditing a bank’s investment portfolio

Auditing IV—An Internal Auditor’s Guide to the Business of Banking, Regulatory Matters, Fraud and Related Topics

Focuses on a number of advanced skills and is designed to round out your auditing tool kit.

  • Understanding the business of banking
  • Learning how asset/liability management works and how it affects the audit process
  • Learning about bank liquidity
  • Designing and performing operational audits (auditing for efficiencies)
  • Preventing and detecting fraud
  • Understanding the regulatory process and how to effectively deal with examiners and the regulatory agencies

Bank Information Systems (BIS) Auditing

Take control and audit electronic data processing and information systems. This session will provide tools and step-by-step procedures needed to perform a thorough internal audit of information processing systems.

  • Structure and hardware of the BIS center
  • Functions of the operating system and application software
  • Disaster recovery planning and testing
  • Risk analysis system
  • Specific questions to include in a BIS internal control questionnaire

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

Instructors: Tom Danielson, Neil Falken, and Mark A. Eich

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: 4/16/2014

Hotel Information (Minneapolis, MN):
To make your hotel reservations, contact Embassy Suites Hotel Bloomington at (952) 884-4811
Rate: $164.00
Reservation Deadline: 8/23/2014

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For more information, call 800-422-7285.






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