In this instalment of Bank of Ireland’s professional information series the focus is on Audit, how it’s evolving, its future direction and what you need to know to grow your career in Audit.
Welcoming professionals with backgrounds in Audit, Accounting, Change Management and Risk, Bank of Ireland’s Stephen O’Regan (Interim Group Chief Internal Auditor) will deliver a keynote presentation on the function and future of Audit in Bank of Ireland.
Tom Hennessy, Executive Career Coach from Harmonics, one of Ireland’s premier people change specialists, will share his unique insights into how you can audit your own career.
Following this a panel of Bank of Ireland professionals will discuss their experiences and expertise in Group Internal Audit, the role it plays in Bank of Ireland and how to progress in this profession.
This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in a career in Audit, or already established in the field, to hear from industry leaders and expand their network of contacts and discuss possible opportunities within Group Internal Audit.
Spaces are limited, so register your interest in attending this event by completing the form below, and a member of our Recruitment Team will be in touch.
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