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Corporate Compliance Seminars (CCS) is the source for continuing professional education (CPE) credits concerning internal audit training, external audit training, internal control training, Cybersecurity programs, COSO training, PCAOB audit training and project management training.



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Internal Audit Basic Training - Banking Workshop



Banking Focused Course

Selected Monday-Fridays at 9:00 a.m. Central Time

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CPE Banking Oriented Training Courses for the IIA member, CPA, CFE and CISA. Best source for real world bank compliance training workshops

Join us for a unique, virtual event that "walks you through" the basics of the internal audit process with a focus on the retail banking industry.

"This course is not just for new auditors and compliance professionals; it is for anyone who wants an understanding of the relationship between business objectives, risks, internal controls, control assessment and audit reporting within a retail banking environment."

This retail banking focused internal audit training course is for those who want a strong base of knowledge and understanding of the essentials within an individual audit project. We cover the personal skills to become a successful bank internal auditor or compliance professional. All the examples and workshops are retail banking oriented.

We present the "Audit Life Cycle": Discover how audits are planned (based on an assessment of risk); how audits are conducted (fieldwork including interviewing, identifying internal controls, methods of testing, audit sampling, workpaper documentation); how audits are reported (identifying, prioritizing and communicating internal control deficiencies); and how to follow up on audit findings.

We also focus on FDICIA compliance: how to provide internal control under FDICIA; how to test internal controls at all levels; how internal control frameworks are assessed; and how to document the internal control framework for the Board and Management.

Relax and learn through expert instructor presentation, discussions, expert examples, audit war stories, workpaper examples and example report content.

This timely, five day CPE training seminar is designed for the new internal auditor and individuals who have to create effective audit workpapers in performing internal audits, internal control assessments and then communicate the results to management.

Follow the below links for further detail information:
. Seminar Highlights
. Learning Objectives
. Key Issues on the Agenda

The retail cost of this CPE seminar is $1,200.00 for the first attendee from a single organization. Discounts are available for more than one attendee from each organization: (2) $2,300.00 (3) $3,300.00 (4) $4,300.00 (5) $5,400.00.

Each attendee will receive 20 Auditing CPE Hours (YB). A certificate of completion will be provided.

Program Level of Understanding: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Format: Group Internet Based
NASBA Field(s) of Study: Auditing
CPE Credits: 20, based on 50 minutes of instruction per hour

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 Upcoming Internal Audit Basic Training - Banking Courses:

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October
4-8
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Lunch 11:00 to 11:30
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25-29
2021
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Lunch 11:00 to 11:30
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December 3,
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Seminar Highlights

. What are available internal auditing standards?
. Who are the banking regulators?
. What are the risks: Retail Banking, Corporate Banking, Private Banking?
. Understanding Risk Assessment for banks.
. Best Practices in conducting audit fieldwork and internal control testing.
. How to deliver effective internal audit communications.
. Best Practices in creating written internal audit reports.
. What to include and not include in each audit report.
. Essential sections of each type of audit report.
. How to properly document credibility determinations.
. Principles of clear and concise report writing.
. Best Practices concerning FDICIA compliance.
. Entity Level Control Documentation.
. Testing FDICIA controls at all levels: entity, process and ITGCs.

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Learning Objectives

. Attendees will understand the basics about banking regulation and the need for internal auditors
. Attendees will understand how banking industry internal audits are conducted
. Attendees will learn how to identify risks in a retail banking operation
. Attendees will learn how to evaluate and document internal controls under FDICIA
. Attendees will discover the best techniques for gathering audit evidence
. Attendees will see the importance of preparing workpapers
. Attendees will discuss interpersonal and team-building skills
. Attendees will understand the internal audit communication process

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Key Issues on the Agenda


Introductions

Section 1 - Introduction and Overview
. About Us and About Your Instructor
. Who are You? What are Your Needs?
. What are the characteristics of your bank?
. Overview of agenda

Section 2 - Overview of Internal Auditing in Retail Banks
. Why does a bank need the internal audit function?
. How the World Works!
. What is "Moore's Law"?
. What is "Internal Auditing"?
. What is "Internal Control"?
. How can auditors help the bank to manage risk?
. What type of internal audits do we conduct?
. Internal Audit Questions and Answers
. Audit Committee Expectations
. Accounting vs Auditing
. What should an internal auditor do?
. Dr. Kotter's Steps for Change
. Case Study: Wells Fargo Fake Accounts

Section 3 - Banking Regulators - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
. Who are the banking regulators?
. Federal Reserve
. Office of the Controller of the Currency (OCC)
. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
. State Banking Departments
. Federal Financial Instititutions Examination Council (FFIEC)
. Bank Call Reports
. Case Study: Regulatory Failures AIG 2008

Section 4 - Internal Auditor Guidance
. Numerous Audit Guidance Available
. How the regulators look at banking - CAMELS Rating System.
. Institute of Internal Auditor's IPPF
. IIA Code of Ethics
. Four Stages of Competence
. IIA Attribute Standards
. IIA Performance Standards
. IIA Practice Guides
. COSO 2013
. FDICIA and the FDIC
. FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Tool
. Federal Legislation
. Sarbanes-Oxley Act
. GAAP - IFRS - GAAS - PCAOB
. Case Study: Bank Call Reporting

Section 5 - Roles of the Internal Audit Team
. Bank Audit Committee
. Chief Audit Executive
. Audit Manager
. Audit Senior
. Audit Staff
. What skills should auditors possess?
. Personality?
. Case Study: The Role of the CAE

Section 6 - Internal Audit vs. External Audit
. What is "Materiality"?
. Calculating "Materiality" within a bank financial audit
. What are "Misstatements"?
. Layers of internal control defects
. Financial Auditing
. GAAS Compliance
. Case Study: Financial Statement Risk Assessment for a Community Bank

Section 7 - Planning the Individual Internal Audit
. Indivdual "Internal Audit Life Cycle"
. Three Layers of Residual Risk
. COSO and FDICIA Focus on Risk
. Maintain an "Audit Trail"
. How do we plan an internal audit?
. Detailed planning of audits
. Where can we obtain audit procedures?
. Better Audit Management
. Case Study: Deliverables from the individual audit planning phase

Section 8 - Conducting Interviews
. What does internal audit mean?
. What false assumptions get in the way?
. Different types of interviews
. Different personality types
. The Audit Interview
. S.P.I.N. Selling Interviews
. Situation Questions
. Open Ended Problem Questions
. Implication Questions
. What needs to be done?
. Establishing a "Fact"
. Sequencing to get to the "Facts"
. Case Study: Pasquel's Wager

Section 9 - Concluding Internal Audit Fieldwork
. "Kick-Off" meeting
. Case Study: Deliverables at the kickoff meeting
. Recognizing the important internal controls
. Conducting an "Audit Walkthroughs"
. Procedures Reliability Attributes
. Fieldwork Skills
. What is being heard?
. Obstacles that get in the way.
. Categories of lies
. What deception sounds like
. What deception looks like
. Sort through the interview
. Assess the segregation of duties
. Quality of Audit Evidence
. Methods of testing
. Testing financial transactions
. Control testing
. Case Study: Sample size determination
. Examples of Internal Controls in business processes
. Examples of Information Technology General Controls
. Examples of entity level controls
. Organizing and documenting work in audit workpapers
. Workpaper key elements
. Workpaper reviews
. Essential workpaper characteristics
. "Closing the Fieldwork" meeting
. Case Study: Deliverables at the end of fieldwork

Section 10 - Audit Findings & Concluding the Audit
. "Closing the Fieldwork" meeting
. Case Study: Deliverables at the end of fieldwork
. Confirmation of the audit findings
. Evaluate the severity of findings
. Gathering further information from Management

Section 11 - Audit Report Writing
. How to write a "Bad Audit Report"
. Maintain the "Audit Trail"
. IIA Vision of an Audit Report
. Format, Organization and Content
. IIA Audit Guidance
. Why do we write audit reports?
. Limitations
. Feelings
. Do you know your audience?
. Organize your content for the audience
. Visual learners
. Audit Opinions
Section 12 - Components of the Audit Report
. Sections of the Audit Report
. Cover page
. Executive Summary . Auditor's Summary
. Findings and recommendations
. Appendices
. Case Study: A Visual Report
Section 13 - The High-Level Executive Summary & Audit Summary
. What to tell the "Executive"?
. Executive Summary Section of the Audit Report
. Risk Communication
. Build the Relationship
. Management Action Linkage
. Audit Summary - Protection for the audit team
. Summarize the findings
. Identify the audit objectives
. Scope Limitations
. Audit Opinion and Ratings
. What is an audit opinion?
. Ratings - Scores - Grades
. Maturity Models
. Case Study: An Effective Executive Summary

Section 14 - The Hard Facts: Audit Findings
. What is an "Audit Finding"?
. Risk Ranked Findings
. More effective audit findings
. Conditions - 50,000 feet to "Ground Zero"
. Criteria
. Cause - Proximate - Intermediate - Root Cause
. Risk Ranks
. Common Risk Categories
. Recommendations and Corrective Action Plans
. How to make a management action plan S.M.A.R.T.
. Case Study: Following up with Mangement

Section 15 - Audit Report Formatting
. Font Type and Size
. Text Justification
. Formatting Recommendations
. Format accounting to the audit type
. Special reports

Section 16 - Optimizing the Audit Report
. Optimizing the Report
. Optimize the Visual Presentation
. Cover Page
. Optimize the Report Structure
. Optimize Content
. Optimize Flow
. Optimize Wording
. Optimize the Paragraph
. Optimize the Sentences
. Optimize the Content
. Clarity
. Coherence
. Word Economy
. Verb Tense
. Using Tone for Advantage
. Proof Reading
. Report Review
. Optimize Format to Visual People

Section 17 - FDICIA - Internal Controls for Banks
. What Happened in to the FDIC and FSLIC in the 1980's?
. The Details of FDICIA Act
. Current Day Compliance Requirements

Section 18 - Overivew The COSO Internal Control Framework
. COSO "Risk Assessment"
. COSO "Control Environment"
. COSO "Control Activities"
. COSO "Information and Communication"
. COSO "Monitoring Activities"

Section 19 - Planning the Internal Control Assessment
. Project Management Methodologies
. Defining Your Risks
. Assessing Risk in Your Banking Organization
. Determining the Risk Response
. Case Study: Documenting the Plan

Section 20 - Performing the Internal Control Assessment
. Assessing Corporate Governance - Entity Level Controls
. Assessing Process Level Controls:
- Cash - Cash Equivalents - Investments - Treasury - Loans - Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses - Information Technology - Fixed Assets - Other Assets - Deposits - Borrowings - Trust - Fee Income - Human Resources - Payroll - Accounting and Financial Reporting - The Bank Call Report . Internal Control Testing
. Sampling Techniques
. Case Study: Documentation of the Internal Controls

Section 21 - Concluding the Internal Control Assessment
. Evaluating Internal Control Deficiencies
. What is the Severity?
. CAPs and Accountability
. Remediation Activity
. Re-Testing
. Opining
. How Do We Document FDICIA Compliance?
. Summarizing for Executives and Boards

Section 22 - Summary and Wrap-Up
. 10 Keys to successful internal auditing
. Communicatiing the need to change is the end product
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Banking Industry Regulatory Compliance Knowledge Areas

The following knowledge areas are the basis for the Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM) examination. This certification is focused on the knowledge needed to address all the compliance requirements that may be presented in a retail community bank.

Credit

A.Equal Credit Opportunity Act/Regulation B
B.Consumer Leasing Act/Regulation M
C.Flood Insurance Laws and Regulations including Interagency Q&A
D.Truth in Lending Act/Regulation Z
E.Unfair, Deceptive, or Abusive Acts or Practices(UDAAP)
F.Fair Housing Act G.Fair Credit Reporting Act/Regulations V and FF
H.Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act/Regulation X
I.Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
J.Servicemembers Civil Relief Act
K.Homeowners Protection Act
L.Insider Lending/Regulation O
M.Credit by Banks for the Purpose of Purchasing or Carrying Margin Stocks/Regulation U
N.Real Estate Appraisal Regulations
O.Military Lending Act
P.Home Mortgage Disclosure Act/ Regulation C
Q.Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act (SAFE Act)/Regulation G

Deposits

A.Electronic Funds Transfer Act/Regulation E
B.Federal Benefit Payment Garnishment Rule
C.Expedited Funds Availability Act/Regulation CC
D.FDIC Deposit Insurance Regulations
E.Reserve Requirements/Regulation D
F.Truth in Savings Act/Regulation DD
G.Debit Card Interchange Fees and Routing/Regulation II
H.Unfair, Deceptive or Abusive Acts or Practices (UDAAP)III.

Bank Operations

A.Transactionswith Affiliates/Regulation W
B.Bank Protection Act
C.Branch Closing Policy Statements
D.IRS Information Reporting and Withholding Regulations
E.Retail Non-deposit Investment Products

Guidance

F.Consumer Protection in Sales of Insurance Regulations
G.Exceptions from Broker-Dealer Requirements/Regulation R
H.FIRREA Civil Money Penalties
I.Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act IV.

Financial Crimes

A.Bank Secrecy Act
B.Office of Foreign Asset Control Regulations
C.Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
D.Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act/Regulation GG
E.Bank Bribery Act

Community Reinvestment Act

A.CRA Sunshine Act and Implementing Regulations
B.Community Reinvestment Act, Implementing Regulations and Interagency Q&A
C.Interstate Branching and Banking Efficiency Act VI.

Privacy

A.Right to Financial Privacy Act
B.Privacy of Consumer Financial Information/Regulation P
C.Children's Online Privacy Protection Act
D.Information Security Provisions of GLBA/FFIEC Guidelines
E.Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)
F.Identity Theft Prevention Program Requirements (FCRA)
G.Privacy of Protected Health Information (HIPAA / HITECH Act)
H.Financial Records Reimbursement / Regulation S
I.Telephone Sales Rule (TSR)
J.Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act (CAN-SPAM Act)
Experts Providing Internal Audit Training Events

Corporate Compliance Seminars (CCS) was created by experts who enjoy providing CPE training events. All our experts have years of experience in providing training courses, workshops and consulting on internal controls, internal auditing, information technology, cybersecurity and accounting related subjects. We have focused on SOX, COSO, PCAOB, COBIT, CMMI, GRC, GAAP, IFRS, AICPA, GAO, NAIC, ISO, and IIA Standards. We are your best source for continuing professional education (CPE).

Our programs, live in-person, webinar and on-demand, provide CPE for professionals with CPA, CGA, CIA, CFE, CISA, CMA and CA designations. CCS is focused on providing the best learning programs in using three distinct distribution channels: live in-person events, virtual webinar events and on-demand self-study e-learning.

Corporate Compliance Seminars presents CPE to a range of professionals, auditors, accountants, finance staff, compliance personnel, information technology (IT) professionals, Boards of Directors and Audit Committees. We examine the details of risk management, Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance, Model Audit Rule (MAR) compliance, auditing, internal controls, cybersecurity and compliance, and fraud prevention and detection.

Within the U.S.A. marketplace, Corporate Compliance Seminars allows the attendee to earn NASBA CPE credit.

Our events focus on the details of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX), Internal Controls over Financial Reporting (ICFR), Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) Internal Control Frameworks, ISACA's Control Objectives over Information Technology (COBIT), Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), Open Compliance & Ethics Group's (OCEG) Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) methodology, PCAOB's Auditing Standard 5 (AS5), AICPA auditing standards, and NAIC regulatory model regulations and acts .

Our live in-person events are generally presented in a small classroom setting with two to five attendees. Over the last few weeks, we have come to the understand we need to provide distant e-learning events. We are now in the process of moving all our content to an online available status. We have created distant e-learning opportunities using both a virtual webinar event approach and on-demand e-learning self-study modules. These two e-learning approaches: webinars and on-demand self-study with extended web access to our content into the global continuing professional development (CPD) marketplace. In the webinar e-learning events we will limit the number of students to maximize the interaction between the live instructor and attendees. The on-demand self-study e-learning modules will be created and offered to meet the NASBA CPE credit requirements .

Our seminars provide CPE for the CPA, CFE, CIA, CISA, auditors and others with effective and engaging internal audit training courses.

Our instructors have had direct experience in the following industries: financial activities, bank, insurance, healthcare, construction, leisure and hospitality, professional and business services, mining and oil & gas extraction, manufacturing, educational, government agencies, transportation, software, technical, hi-tech and agricultural.

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