In conjunction with Case Study (Finance and Development in Emerging Asia II)
Date & time: Monday, June 20, 2016, 10:25-12:00
Venue: Seminar Room 3 (Room No. 710), 7th floor, Administration Bureau Building 2
Facilitator: Prof. Toshiro Nishizawa
Open to all current students
Internal auditing is an important and pragmatic process which can be of significant value to all legal entities, both in the private and public sectors. This lecture introduces students to the basic idea of internal audit profession, purpose, and international frameworks as well as internal audit process. In addition, internal auditing in international organizations would be brought into focus in order to provide a comprehensive picture of the role of internal auditing and contribution to banking sector soundness.
Ms. Ami Fujimoto is a professional staff member at KPMG AZSA, LLC with a main focus on internal auditing for financial institutions. Prior to that, she served as a research associate at the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), assigned to the financial inclusion project in ASEAN countries. Her areas of interests are in mega and local banks’ internal auditing, financial regulations and policies, and financial integration in Asia. Ms. Fujimoto holds a BS in Economics and Statistics from University of California, Berkeley, and MPP from the University of Tokyo.