Follow us on

twitter-logo2linkedin2


  
job-opportunities_Live
IN THIS ISSUE:
THE PANEL
The internal audit network panel
FEATURES
Audit Commission future still shrouded in mystery
Was the UK right to pass on Sarbanes-Oxley 404?
Look inside the new NHS audit committee handbook
Managing the audit department: resource management
Internal audit in further education
NEWS
Get elected!
Free learning resources from ACCA
Presenting the big picture
EVENTS
New networking forums and podcasts
FURTHER READING
Recommended reading
Search Previous Issues
Back to cover page »

The internal audit network panel

Graeme Clarke FCCA
(Vice Chairman)
Graeme was first attracted to internal audit by the opportunity to work with a varied and diverse range of organisations and making a difference by recommending ways for improvement. Upon graduating from university, he joined a specialist provider of internal audit and risk management services. Ten years on, he remains a specialist internal auditor and is currently a director of the governance, risk and internal control team at Mazars LLP. His internal audit experience covers the breadth of the public and not for profit sectors including Central Government, Local Government, education, housing and health and charities.

Bev Cole FCCA
(Chairman)
Bev is an independent consultant.

Helen England FCCA
Helen has spent the majority of her career working as a key member of the team providing outsourced internal audit and risk management services to predominantly public sector clients. Her experience includes working with further and higher education, and the health sector along with local and national government bodies. Helen is the director of audit at Parkhill, who provide internal audit and risk management services to NHS bodies.

Lorraine Rowsell FCCA
A fellow of the Association since 1992, Lorraine has worked in internal audit for the past 18 years, holding positions with Abbey National, Western Power and her current employer AXA. Throughout this time she has covered a wide range of audit activity both in the UK and Italy and both at the coal face end of 'branch auditing' and at the 'buck stops here' end of audit management. A member of the ACCA internal audit sub-committee since 2002, Lorraine is a founder member of the recently formed Internal Audit Network Panel. Lorraine is always happy to debate and discuss matters of IA interest.

John Webb FCCA
John is an independent consultant.

David Watton FCCA
David has worked as an internal auditor for the last 18 years and has experienced at first hand the major developments and convergence that have taken place in internal auditing, corporate governance and risk management in this time, including the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley.  His current position and extensive travels as consultant auditor with FTSE 10 global oil and gas company BG Group has given him an international insight to the internal audit profession.

To contact any of these Panel members, please email Pat Delbridge.

Share article online ยป