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    The world is changing, but how current internal audit practices are responding to this new norm?

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    Andries Terblanche (Global Dynamic Risk Assessment Lead, Second Partner at KPMG UK)
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    Leading the game: The BBVA experience as a data driven department

    No doubt. We have entered in the age of data. Digitization has put us squarely.
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Speakers

Luis has a degree in physical sciences (University of Salamanca). He has more than 20 years of experience. He began his professional career joining innovation projects in the fields of internet and data.

Andries Terblanché is the Global Lead of Dynamic Risk Assessment, which he spent 12 years developing and is now scaling for implementation across KPMG’s network of member firms.

Juan Mazarredo has worked in KPMG's Forensic practice since 2007 and has over 14 years' experience in audit and forensic services, and currently acts as Forensic Director at KPMG Spain.

Dr. Frank Honold is the Head of Corporate IT Audit at BMW AG, Munich, since 2010. He is also Head of the DIIR working group on Internal Audit and Data Privacy (DIIR is the German IAA chapter).

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