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December 2013 Seminar

6 December 2013

9.30 am - 13.15 pm

Quarterly IIAG Seminar looking at topical issues including what regulators want from internal audit and behavioural risk-aware working

Quarterly IIAG Seminar focusing on:

  • What regulators want From Internal Audit

Rob Anarfi, Group Head of Internal Audit, Beazley

  • Building an Internal Audit function under the regulatory glare

Jeremy Eagles,Group Head of Internal Audit, JLT

  • Behavioural risk-aware working

Dr Roger Miles, Risk Counsel

Deloitte

2 New Street Square

Greater London

EC4A 3TR

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Speakers Profiles

Rob Anarfi

Group Head of Internal Audit

Beazley

 

 

 

Rob is Group Head of Internal Audit at Beazley plc - a Lloyd's managing agent. Over the last 13 years, and before his current role, Rob worked in the internal audit departments of Aviva, Zurich Financial Services and Allianz. He recently worked at the FSA for five years, four of which were in the (then) regulator's internal audit division. In his fifth year, he was Head of Department for Regulatory Transactions in the Authorisations Division.

Jeremy Eagles

Group Chief Audit Officer, Group Internal Audit,

Bupa

 

 

Jeremy joined Bupa in 2019 and is responsible for Bupa’s Global Internal Audit function. He qualified with PwC and has spent most of his career within the financial services sector, specialising in insurance and reinsurance. He has held a number of audit roles over the last 25 years, principally leading internal audit functions of large, multi-national insurance companies / brokers, including Catlin Group, Aviva, XL Capital, and JLT. His experience includes establishing, re-building and growing international audit functions, and leading geographically distributed and diverse teams to support large, complex businesses in highly regulated environments.

Dr Roger Miles

Risk Counsel

Roger Miles is a specialist advisor on strategic risk, business value and governance. He counsels public- and private-sector organisations at Board level and teaches behavioural risk at two postgraduate schools. He is currently working with Thomson Reuters on new forms of behavioural risk analysis.