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Thursday, 12 March 2009, 3:00PM
Barnard's Inn Hall

Domain Versus Process Expertise: Audit Perspectives - Panel Discussion

Lord Lindsay, Dr Sasha Courville, Ian Harris, Neil Hannah

This part of the symposium includes the following panel discussion:

Domain Versus Process Expertise: Audit Perspectives

Management Systems, Regulatory Standards, Finance, Social, Ethical, Environmental & Internal Audits

What needs to be in place to ensure a quality audit?

What features and competencies make a good auditor?

What unique competencies do auditors need in different sectors?

What are the cost and feasibility implications of a quality audit?

Chair: Lord Jamie Lindsay

Panel:

Dr Sasha Courville, ISEAL

Ian Harris, Z/Yen Group

Neil Hannah, BSI

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Lord Lindsay's career has seen him serve in a number of senior Government posts and on Government advisory committees. Notably he was, from 1995 -1997, Under Secretary of State for Scotland; Minister for agriculture, environmental protection, countryside, rural affairs, food and food safety, forestry and culture. He was President of the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland from 2005-2006 and is a Vice-President of the RSPB.

Lord Lindsay has also served on the board of a number of commercial companies including Assured British Meat and Genesis Quality Assurance Ltd.  His current appointments include: Chairman of Elmwood College, Chairman of UKAS Ltd (United Kingdom Accreditation Service), Non-Executive Director of Scottish Resources Group Ltd and British Polythene Industries plc, and Deputy Chairman of the Risk and Regulation Advisory Council. He was appointed President of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society in 2005 and is Vice-President of the Royal Smithfield Club.

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Executive Director, ISEAL Alliance

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Ian Harris is a director at Z/Yen Group Ltd, which he co-founded in 1994. He specialises in strategic planning and systematic performance improvement in both the civil society sector and also commercial sectors.

Prior to Z/Yen, Harris led Binder Hamlyn management consultancy's financial management systems work.

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