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March 2014 Seminar

7 March 2014

9.30 am - 13.15 pm

IIAG quarterly seminar looking at conduct risk, date security and auditing in the boardroom

Quarterly IIAG Seminar focusing on:

  • Conduct Risk

Katie Clinton, Head of Insurance Internal Audit, Conduct Risk specialist, KPMG

  • Data security controls

The boardroom case for effective independent assurance - Lindsay Hamilton, CEO, Cervello

  • A practitioner’s view of auditing in the boardroom

Graham Ayre, Internal Audit Manager, Ageas UK Limited




2 New Street Square

Greater London


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Speakers Profiles

Graham Ayre

Internal Audit Contractor




Graham has over 35 years external and internal audit experience. He started his career with Ernst & Young (EY) working in both the UK and overseas for a period of over 13 years. After leaving EY he held senior Internal Audit positions in insurance companies, including Head of Internal Audit, for nearly 20 years before becoming a consultant in 2016. He currently works for the internal audit function of a Lloyd’s syndicate

Katie Clinton

Partner; Head of Insurance Internal Audit





Katie leads KPMG’s Internal Audit function for the insurance sector in the UK. She delivers Internal Audit outsourced and co-sourced services, effectiveness reviews, gap analyses and other advisory services to a range of clients across the sector. Katie is a Chartered Accountant by training and a UMIST Management Science graduate.

Lindsay Hamilton



Lindsay is CEO of database security company Cervello Consultants which puts independent controls in place for management and board directors to alert and report on potentially fraudulent or malicious activity taking place, or security vulnerabilities being created, on their key, sensitive data. Lindsay is also a Business Consultant to IT recruitment company Bright Purple Resourcing, plus a mentor with business incubator start up company Entrepreneurial Spark.