The speaker will share his experience as auditor of projects, and the lessons he has learned from them.
About the speaker
Stanislas ZUIN is a certified internal auditor (CIA) and a certified fraud examiner (CFE). He holds master degrees in both economics and economic crime investigation, as well as a certificate in development studies. Throughout his career he has worked as a private banking financial analyst, a corporate finance executive, and CFO for both privately-owned and listed industrial companies.
He later founded his own consulting firm in economic crime investigation, before being elected from 2006 to 2018 as magistrate at the Court of auditors of Geneva, Switzerland. As magistrate he has managed numerous compliance and performance audits as well as fraud investigations and evaluation of public policies. He has served four years as the President of the Court and is a frequent lecturer at Universities in the fields of public finance, investigation and audit.
He currently leads its own consultancy company in the field of audit and governance, together with responsibilities as Board Vice President of Geneva International Airport, in charge of Audit & Finance committee, as Board Treasurer and Chair of Audit committee of GARDP Foundation and as Board Member of the Geneva federation for cooperation and development
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