Higher Education Breakfast with Baker Tilly at Franklin & Marshall College

Event Info

Franklin & Marshall College
Druker Humanities Commons
415 Harrisburg Ave.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
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Join us to discuss internal audit at Franklin & Marshall College

Internal audit has become a proactive strategy for colleges and universities to manage risk and compliance. Join Baker Tilly higher education and risk specialists for a complimentary breakfast and discussion on leveraging an internal audit function for your institution. Whether your institution already engages in internal audit activities, is considering an internal audit function, or you just want to learn about the role of an internal audit, this informative session is for you. You will have the opportunity to learn more about:

  • If an internal audit function makes sense for your college or university
  • Internal, outsourced, and co-sourced options for engaging an internal audit
  • The risk assessment process and compliance review
  • Any other questions you have about risk and internal audit

Speakers:

Mark Laccetti, Partner
Frank Bossle, Director
Adrienne Larmett, Manager

All of our speakers are members of Baker Tilly’s higher education risk and internal audit consulting team.


Information about CPE eligibility

There are no prerequisites for this webinar, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this webinar.

CPE credit: Two (2) hour total credit per event
Field of study: Management Advisory Services
CPE host: Malorie Goldblatt
Program Level:
Overview
Location: Live
Type of delivery method: Group-internet-based
Prerequisite: None
Advance preparation: None required
Cost: Complimentary

A certificate of completion will be e-mailed to you four to six weeks after the event.

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