SAS and Intel invite you to a private lunch with Audit, Governance, Risk and Compliance leaders to discuss the importance of Continuous Audit for procurement integrity to improve efficiencies, save costs, and positively influence the bottom line.

Sydney – Tuesday 25th May, 12-2.30pm
Café Sydney | Customs House, 5th floor, 31 Alfred Street, Circular Quay

Melbourne – Thursday 27th May, 12-2.30pm
Cumulus Inc. | 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Two different days, same great content. Please register for the session in your city.

Discussion points:

  • Value of automation of continuous Audit for procurement, payment, and supplier integrity
  • Compliance and expense assurance control framework for fraud, waste, and abuse
  • How to shift from legacy reactive, recoveries, remediation, and audit to more proactive techniques to detect, prevent and mitigate error, waste, abuse, and collusion Risk.

Financial integrity is a significant component in business reputation and shareholder confidence. As complexity of fraud has increased dramatically, traditional governance and security measures are no longer enough.

Luckily data and digital transformation bring solutions to these challenges. By combining data management and risk scoring, organisations can gain insights into spend and risk - saving hundreds of millions of dollars per year.

Furthermore, the automation of continuous audit can contribute to cost reduction and improved cash flow with process efficiencies that detect and prevent rather than recover payments.  

Guest Speaker:

Keith Swanson
Fraud, Financial Crime & Security Intelligence Regional Director
Asia Pacific/Japan, SAS

Keith works with organisations across the globe to develop strategies and solutions to combat financial crime, fraud, waste and abuse, and security initiatives, including public security, intelligence and cyber. Keith is an expert in understanding how individual and group behavioural insights can be used to address a variety of business opportunities and challenges, being able to discuss and translate across IT, business and project groups.