Join us for this webinar to see how agile auditing provides the flexibility needed to respond and react to the rapid shifts in risk exposure that financial services organisations face.

It is no secret that expanding organisational risk profiles, tighter regulations, and rising stakeholder expectations create a demanding assurance landscape for internal audit organisations in the financial services (FinServ) sector.

What is frequently overlooked is how traditional audit processes and methodologies limit real-time visibility into risk, hinder agility needed to address changing risk, and mask business-impacting insights. These insights are crucial to advise and partner with the broader organisation, and their absence increases the risk of regulatory noncompliance.

Learning objectives:

  • Examine three complex challenges causing financial service audit teams to rethink their audit process and methodology.
  • Discuss how FinServ organisations benefit from agile audits to address these challenges with efficiency, agility, and business-impacting insights.
  • Analyse the common steps FinServ organisations take to prepare for agile transformation.


13:00 - webinar start 

14:00 - webinar end 


Jason Sechrist
Director, Product Solutions

Jason Sechrist is the director of product solutions at AuditBoard where he works with various compliance teams to help automate the administrative tasks of audit, risk and compliance activities. He was previously the global head of internal audit at Rackspace managed cloud company where his responsibilities included developing and executing on a risk-based audit plan for the company's global footprint of data centres and office locations across the Americas, Europe and Asia. Jason started his auditing career with PwC in Silicon Valley, working primarily with software and cloud service providers where he advised CTOs, CISOs, compliance managers, and system engineers. Prior to becoming an auditor, he led user testing and development for global aviation weather visualisation software as a service while serving on active duty for the United States Air Force. Jason remains active in the industry, volunteering as Audit Committee Chair for the University of Texas San Antonio, and regularly speaks on topics relevant to technology risks at national and International IIA and ISACA events.