Does the idea of an audit make your finance team anxious? If so, they're not alone. But you can alleviate your finance team's concerns through a culture of auditability, accountability, and preparation.
Auditability refers to the visibility your company provides into details of specific transactions. Accountability establishes who is responsible for initiating, reviewing, approving, and processing them.
Automation tools can help ensure your company gathers and maintains information auditors are likely to ask for, all in real time. By preparing your finance team in advance with clear, accurate, and timely information, you can ensure an audit is a success—even if it's a surprise.
- Identify the types of information internal and external auditors typically request
- Recognize how to use automation to ensure your company's financial information is auditable
- Identify which aspects of preparing for audits finance teams most often overlook
- Discover how to prepare your finance team for a successful audit
Who Should Attend
CPAs, accounting/finance managers and professionals who are impacted by financial audits.
Liz is passionate about education and helping people reach their potential.
Liz's corporate finance experience includes progressive finance roles with Kellogg Company, Amway, and Open Systems Technologies. At Amway, Liz was responsible for management reporting for Amway’s portfolio companies and financial planning & analysis for Amway’s finance and executive divisions. Prior to that, Liz served clients in the utilities, insurance, and manufacturing industries in the assurance practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Liz is a licensed CPA in the state of Michigan. She leads Partnerships & Education for Encoursa.
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