United States

Part 2: Data & Analytics: Transforming the Auditor and Client Interaction

Tuesday October 11, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
From Financial Reporting Network

KPMG Financial Reporting Network

Event Overview


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This webcast, intended for non-IT professionals, is the second in a series of KPMG presentations that look at how powerful technologies such as advanced data and analytics (D&A) and cognitive intelligence are being adapted for use in auditing, tax and corporate finance.

Our October presentation will build on last month’s discussion covering the use of data and analytics (D&A) in corporate finance. Our next session will examine the impact D&A is having on audit quality and its broader implications to the interactions between auditor and client. We will also explore a number of key risks and other considerations involved with a company’s financial reporting systems and how the overall IT environment plays a critical role in maximizing the value that a D&A-enabled audit approach can provide.

In addition, the webcast will walk participants through a practical case study on how data and analytics is being used in direct support of an audit and the potential business insights that can be gleaned from the information gathered during an audit. 

Webcast available as CPE-eligible self-study
To access this webcast, visit KPMG Learning

Roger E. O’Donnell

Audit Partner, KPMG LLP

Mark Joelson

Senior Manager Audit, Audit National Support

Jim Littley

Global and Americas Leader, Continuous Auditing & Continuous Monitoring Services