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Assuring against algorithmic harms

The aim of this event is to present a new approach to auditing, algorithmic auditing.

An algorithmic auditing approach assures the algorithmic harms are identified, addressed, and corrected so stakeholders can act on informed and vetted AI-powered business recommendations. This webinar aims to present a new approach that radically changes the structure, systems, and processes of auditing and to reveal what algorithmic auditing actually is and what it is not.

This event is part of the CAPIA Research Forum.

The programme is part of the Good Governance Research Forum which guides and equips organizations, academics and researchers to connect and establish effective governance practices.

Background information

This webinar addresses auditing based on algorithms as an example reflecting the changing nature of auditing. In this respect, it is open to discussion how the basic perspective should change for those who are audited and those who carry out the audit. At the same time, we will talk about the basic requirements, preliminary preparations, and challenges so that senior management can understand this new approach to auditing correctly and use it as a strategic tool.

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DETAILS

DATE: 

12 June 2024

TIME: 

06:00 – 07:00 ET

10:00 – 11:00 UTC

11:00 – 12:00 UK

11:00 – 12:00 Nigeria

12:00 – 13:00 CEST

12:00 – 13:00 South Africa

13:00 – 14:00 Kenya

13:00 – 14:00 Saudi Arabia

15:30 – 16:30 India

18:00 – 19:00 China

19:00 – 20:00 Japan

20:00 – 21:00 Sydney

22:00 – 23:00 Auckland

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Lourens Erasmus

Professor, Department of Financial Governance, College of Accounting Sciences, University of South Africa

Prof Lourens Erasmus is a professor in the Department of Financial Governance at the College of Accounting Sciences of the University of South Africa. His fields of academic interest are in public sector financial governance and internal auditing.

 

From 1 April 2019 he was appointed by the President of South Africa, to serve as a Commissioner on the Financial and Fiscal Commission (FFC), for a period of five years. The FFC conducts research and advises Parliament, Provincial Legislatures, and other stakeholders on amongst others, the annual division of revenue between the spheres of government.

 

Prof Erasmus is the chairperson of the Education and Professional Development Committee of the Southern African Institute of Government Auditors (SAIGA), chairperson of the UNISA College of Accounting Sciences Research Ethics Review Committee, and an affiliate member of the Chartered Institute of Government Finance, Audit and Risk Officers (CIGFARO).

 

Prof Erasmus is an NRF-rated researcher and Editor-in-Chief of the DHET accredited research journal, the Southern African Journal of Accountability and Auditing Research (SAJAAR). He is an Associate Editor of the Scopus listed, South African Journal of Accounting Research (SAJAR), and project leader of the registered Engaged Scholarship projects, Research on Audit Committees South Africa (RACSA), and Continuous Auditing in Public Sector Internal Auditing (CAPIA).

Gökhan Gökçeoğlu

Senior Executive Officer/Senior Auditor, UK Export Finance

Gokhan Gokceoglu joined Kuwait Finance House Group in 2000 and pursued his career there as an Auditor, Senior Auditor and Corporate Branch Manager until 2010.

 

Subsequently, he worked in different holdings and groups as CAE (Chief Audit Executive) within the context of various projects throughout the EMEA Region differing in size but same with respect to the quality and enthusiasm achieved, until founding MacGorman Consultancy, in 2016, in Great Britain.

 

After successfully launching his career in the UK and working on different training and advisory projects as a consultant for six years, currently he is working for DBT of His Majesty`s Government as a Senior Executive Officer/Senior Auditor.

Ilse Morgan

Certified Internal Auditor and University of South Africa (Unisa), Department of Auditing Lecturer

Ilse is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), lecturing at the University of South Africa (Unisa), Department of Auditing. She holds a Master’s degree in Auditing focussing on the role of internal auditing in the professional development of audit committees. Ilse is currently doing her PhD in Financial Governance. Her PhD focuses on improving accountability and transparency in the South African public sector through continuous assurance.

 

Ilse started her career in external auditing before entering academia and transferring to internal auditing. She is serving as a non-executive director of a financial services company in South Africa, and she also acted for three years as the Manager of the Centre for Accounting Studies (Unisa) (short-learning programmes). She developed and managed various internal auditing short courses during this period.


Ilse’s speciality is ethical governance and internal auditing and utilizing technology in a pragmatic way to address shortcomings and weaknesses. She also uses technology innovatively in presenting and assessing coursework via online learner management systems.

Professor Muharrem Kılıç

Chairman, Human Rights and Equality Institute of Türkiye

After completing his law studies at Marmara University Faculty of Law, Kılıç was appointed as an associate professor in 2006 and as a professor in 2011. Kılıç has held multiple academic and administrative positions such as Institution of Vocational Qualification Representative of the Sector Committee for Justice and Security, dean of the law school, vice-rector, head of the public law department, head of the division of philosophy and sociology of law department.

 

He has worked as a professor, lecturer, and head of the department in the Department of Philosophy and Sociology of Law at Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University Faculty of Law. His academic interests are “philosophy and sociology of law, comparative law theory, legal methodology, and human rights law”. In line with his academic interest, he has scientific publications consisting of many books, articles, and translations, as well as papers presented in national and international congresses.

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