Amidst rapid changes in the regulatory landscape, the role of internal audit and its impact on business will be covered by Pam Kaur, Group Head of Internal Audit at HSBC, at a conference organised by the Malta Forum for Internal Auditors (MFIA).
The event will be held on Wednesday 9th November at Le Meridien Hotel, St Julian’s. The theme of the gathering is ‘Best in Class Internal Audit: A catalyst in maximising stakeholder value’.
Kaur will share with the audience her experiences on the key factors that lead internal audit functions to successfully exceed the expectations of their stakeholders, in a talk that speaks to board directors, audit committee members, internal auditors and members of management.
A panel discussion featuring HSBC Malta’s CEO Andrew Beane, Joyce Dimech, and Mario P. Galea will follow Kaur’s presentation.
HSBC Malta’s Head of Internal Audit Anna Camilleri said: “Pam Kaur is bringing to Malta invaluable global experience in creating and managing large internal audit teams across different regions at not just HSBC, but at other global financial institutions. Thanks to HSBC’s global outreach and network, we are able to enrich and catalyse the ongoing discussion in Malta around this important business function.”
Kaur was appointed Group Head of Internal Audit of HSBC Holdings plc in April 2013. She has extensive experience of creating and managing large teams across different regions and has performed many senior roles in audit, business, compliance, finance and risk management at other global financial institutions. Kaur has also worked with regulators and supervisory boards across the world. Before joining HSBC, Kaur was Global Head of Group Audit at Deutsche Bank. Other previous roles have included Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer, Restructuring and Risk Division, at The Royal Bank of Scotland, and Group Head of Compliance and Anti-Money Laundering at Lloyds TSB.