What more can be done to attract and develop black talent in Internal Audit and across wider governance?
Our expert speakers draw on their own experiences in the industry and how they have excelled throughout their careers to discuss what more can be done by organisations.
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About the speakers...
Michael Barry is Audit Director responsible for Global Equities and CASS at Citi, and has over 15 years audit experience having previously worked at UBS, Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank. Michael actively champions diversity and is the co-founder of the Deutsche Bank Ethnic Minority diversity network, DB ENRICH.
Priscilla Lutalo is a Managing Director in the Internal Audit department at Credit Suisse and the global Head of Audit for Operations. She has also spent time working in the US, as Head of Internal Audit in Raleigh. She is Co-Chair of the UK BAME Network at Credit Suisse and is actively involved in diversity initiatives, with a focus on demystifying topics like promotability and enabling people to bring their whole selves to work. She is qualified as a Chartered Accountant.
Diana Mulebwaire is the Global Head of Audit for the Investment Bank’s (IB) Global Markets Derivatives and Solutions, Financing, and Sales/Distribution, as well as EMEA Head of IB Audit at UBS. She is a Chartered Accountant with over 16 years of Internal Audit experience at large firms including Deloitte, Credit Suisse, JP Morgan and UBS, predominantly in Investment Banking, but also across Wealth Management, Asset Management and risk functions. She is a strong advocate for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I), and is currently the Global co-head for UBS’s Audit DE&I network with a main goal to promote and deliver an inclusive and diverse function with equal access to opportunities for all employees, and where everyone feels welcome, respected and a valued part of the team.
Paul Klutse is an Audit Director with responsibility for the coverage of EMEA GM Complex Trading Desks (FICC and Equities) within Bank of America. He also heads up the EMEA Anticipatory Audit team that investigates significant internal events as well as performs targeted reviews of areas with emerging risk. He has over 15 years of financial services audit experience from working at Bank of New York, Nomura International Plc, Deutsche Bank and Bank of America. Paul heads the EMEA BOLD (Black Opportunities in Leadership and Development) Group within EMEA Corporate Audit at Bank of America.