On 13 March, Prysmian HQ will be hosting a roundtable about the Internal Control and Risk Management System in Large Groups and SMEs in the manufacturing sector.
Prysmian would like to invite you to the workshop on the Guidelines for the Internal Control and Risk Management System in Large Groups and SMEs in the manufacturing sector organised by AIIA in Milan on 13 March in Prysmian HQ’s Auditorium.
The Italian Association of Internal Auditors (AIIA) is a non-profit association set up in 1972 and recognised as an Italian affiliate of the I.I.A. - Institute of Internal Auditors - a world leader for standards, certification and training of Internal Auditors.
The workshop will present a comparative analysis on the state of the art of the Internal Control and Risk Management System of 7 businesses, 5 listed and 2 unlisted, belonging to the manufacturing sector, as well as a self-assessment tool, based on the principles of the COSO Model, which provides examples on how the control principles illustrated are implemented.
The purpose of the event is to share reflections about the variables that underpin the Internal Control and Risk Management System based on a resilient approach. Resilience, namely the capacity to respond and adapt to unforeseen risks and opportunities, is a key factor to be considered when designing an Internal Control System that is both solid and flexible.
A central role in the discussion will be reserved to leaders in the business and academic world who will bring their experience and views on the Internal Control and Risk Management System.
The workshop will feature a numerous panel of experts, including Alessandro Nespoli, Prysmian’s Chief Audit Executive, Coordinator of the AIIA Manufacturing Committee, who stated:
“Prysmian is proud to host the AIIA event on 13 March in the Auditorium at its cutting-edge new headquarters: the workshop’s objective is to share with the AIIA members, our stakeholders and leaders in the business and academic world, thoughts on the variables that underpin the Internal Control and Risk Management System based on a resilient approach.”