Hot topics in insurance internal audit: a panel discussion

For insurers in the internal audit space, a lot has changed over the years. Organizations are now being faced with new emerging risks and evolving technological advances, so now more than ever, it's crucial for them to be aware of what’s happening in the industry. But with all this change, what are the trending topics the industry is seeing and how can you be prepared for what's to come?

In this panel-format webinar, join Baker Tilly’s financial services risk advisory partners John Romano and Chris Tait and Senior Manager Rachel Schmoyer as they sit down with insurance industry panelists to discuss all of today’s insurance internal audit hot topics. What are some of this year's emerging risks for internal audit plans that are on the horizon? What do new technologies like ChatGPT mean for the industry? How should organizations be addressing talent concerns and evolving role of what it means to be a strong internal audit leader in the near future and in the long-term? Get all these questions and more answered during this informative discussion.

Learning objectives:
  1. Discuss the current landscape of internal audit for insurance organizations
  2. Identify emerging risks for internal audit plans
  3. Discover new technologies and what it means for internal audit
  4. Address talent and leadership needs and plan for the future
  • John Romano, Financial Services Partner at Baker Tilly
  • Christopher Tait, Financial Services Principal at Baker Tilly
  • Rachel Schmoyer, Financial Services Senior Manager at Baker Tilly
  • Sarah Spaulding, Director of Internal Audit at West Bend Mutual
  • Nicole Schultz, Vice President, Director of Internal Audit at Federated Insurance
  • Atilua Bailey, Chief Audit Executive at Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company
Information about CPE eligibility:

There are no prerequisites for this webinar, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this webinar.

A certificate of completion will be emailed to you four to six weeks after the event.

Level: Basic

CPE credit: 1.5 hours total credit

Field of study: Specialized Knowledge

Host: Stephanie Evers

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