Languages: English, Russian
Price (from): €1,200 / day
I graduated from Commodity Research faculty of the Azerbaijan State University of Economics in 2002. I have participated in several trainings, seminars, and workshops in pursuit of improvement of internal audit skills since 2014. Some of them are as follows: “Internal Control for Fraud Prevention” online training provided by ACFE; The workshop provided by “Access Microfinance Holding AG” covering “Three Lines of Defense” and other related topics which were located in Berlin, Germany.
I applied for the CIA (Certified Internal Auditor) certification program provided by The Institute of Internal Auditors in 2015. I have successfully passed all examinations of the program and earned my “CIA (Certified Internal Auditor)” designation in 2018. My job experience started in a manufacturing entity as a Commodity Research Analyst in 2004 but subsequently, in 2007 I changed the specialization and joined “Azerbaijan Microfinance Bank CJSC” as a cashier. Later in 2010, I was promoted to the Senior Cashier position. I joined the Internal Audit Department of the “AccessBank CJSC” in 2014 and was promoted to the Senior Internal Auditor position in 2016.
I joined the Internal Audit Department of the “Bank Respublika OJSC” as a Division Manager in 2017. I have held the position of Deputy Director of the Internal Audit Department of “Bank Respublika OJSC” since 2018. At the beginning of 2018, I initiated the re-establishment of the local chapter of The Institute of Internal Auditors in Azerbaijan.
“IIA-Azerbaijan” obtained its “Chapter in Formation” status in the third quarter of 2018. I have been holding a Chairman of the Board and President of “IIA-Azerbaijan Chapter in Formation” position since September of 2018. I have been appointed as a trainer/expert in the ABTC (The Azerbaijan Bank Training Centre) since 2017. Training currently provided (or might be provided) by me are as follows: International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing; Establishment of the Quality Assurance and Improvement Program (QAIP) for internal audit function; Assessment of the Internal Control System of the entity using COSO Internal Control-Integrated Framework; Implementation of the Three Lines of Defense model within the entity; Fraud Triangle model for management of fraud risk; etc.
About the training
Internal auditing is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organization's operations. It helps an organization accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes. Internal audit activities are performed in diverse legal and cultural environments; within organizations that vary in purpose, size, complexity, and structure; and by persons within or outside the organization. While differences may affect the practice of internal auditing in each environment, compliance with the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing is essential if the responsibilities of internal auditors are to be met.
If internal auditors are prohibited by laws or regulations from complying with certain parts of the Standards, they should comply with all other parts of the Standards and make appropriate disclosures.
Delineate basic principles that represent the practice of internal auditing as it should be; Establish the basis for the evaluation of internal audit performance
Provide a framework for performing and promoting a broad range of value-added internal audit activities; Foster improved organizational processes and operations
Purpose, Authority, and Responsibility
Independence and Objectivity
Impairments to Independence or Objectivity
Proficiency and Due Professional Care
Managing the Internal Audit Activity
Nature of Work
Engagement Resource Allocation