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It’s a word that strikes fear into any corporate manager – audit. But are auditors and examiners really your foes? The Contingency Planning Exchange will help you find out at its May 19, 2019 event – CPE Survival School: BCM Audits and Examinations.

Audit is a necessary part of corporate life, and your firm’s continuity program should be subject to regular audit scrutiny. If you are in a regulated industry like financial services, you are also subject to periodic examinations by regulators. These audits and exams create a lot of work. You might view a lot of that work as a waste of time and a hassle.  But these audits can help you as well.

Learn the ins and outs and pros and cons from a variety of subject matter experts: regulators, internal auditors, and Big 4 firms. Understanding the audit and examination process and using it to your advantage can make you look really good to your managers upstairs, and who doesn’t want that?

CPE Survival School: BCM Audits and Examinations will take place at Credit Suisse, 1 Madison Avenue
New York, NY. This half-day event is scheduled for 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and is a free for all CPE Members. Non-members are welcome with a $50 registration fee.

View the full agenda and register here.

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