Host: Katie Glynn, senior manager, Deloitte & Touche LLP
The pace of change, emerging risks, and the breadth of challenges that businesses are facing today is driving an increased need for Controllers to own the message when communicating with the C-suite, board of directors, and audit committee. How can Chief Accounting Officers (CAO) and Controllers navigate these expectations? We’ll discuss:
- How audit committee member expectations of Controllers and CAOs continue to evolve
- Considerations for meeting rising demands through ongoing transformation
- The importance of building relationships with Audit Committee and Board members
Meet the speakers
Katie is partner with Deloitte & Touche LLP. She specializes in helping clients address complex record to report challenges to reduce risk and enhance management oversight through business process re-design, enabling technologies, and finance master data governance. A primary focus of Katie’s is assisting organizations to transform the end-to-end intercompany process by designing and implementing solutions that meet the specific needs of her client constituents across Finance, Treasury and Tax. She holds various leadership roles to driving leading practices and the enhancing the Deloitte brand including the leader of the Deloitte Intercompany Center of Excellence and the Eminence Lead for the Deloitte Center for ControllershipTM.
Julie is a Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory principal at Deloitte & Touche LLP and leads our Digital Risk Management solution. For more than 15 years, she has helped her clients design and enhance their governance and risk strategies. Julie’s information technology background allows her to assist clients as they transform their accounting and control environment through digital technologies, such as process automation, to drive efficiencies and reduce static costs.