The board members of IIA Netherlands are appointed by the General Assembly for a period of two years. The term of office is a maximum of 6 years. The board members step down according to the retirement schedule. The board is responsible for implementing the decisions of the General Members Meeting and all other activities in the interest of the IIA and its members. The board appoints the chairmen of all committees as well.
The board consists of the following people:
mr. drs. J.L. Heimel RA CFE CIA CISA (Jantien) - Chairman
Focus areas: Advisory Board, Professional Research Foundation, Partners, Stakeholders
drs. R.H.J.W. Jansen RO (Ronald) - Vice Chairman
Focus areas: United Register Operational Auditors Foundation, Partners, Press, Audit Magazine - LinkedIn
S.W. Breedveld-Krans RA RO CIA CRMA (Sytske) - Treasurer
Focus areas: Professional Research Foundation, United Register Operational Auditors Foundation - LinkedIn
drs. A.C. van Vlodorp RA CIA CFSA (Antoine) - Secretary
Focus areas: Professional Research Foundation - LinkedIn
drs. A.A.A. Langeveld-Vos RA CISA (Astrid)
Focus areas: CAE Forum, Internal Audit Ambition Model, Young Professionals - LinkedIn
drs. W.A.J. van Loon RA CIA (Willem)
Focus areas: IIA Academy, Universities - LinkedIn
drs. J.A. Man CIA (Arjan)
Focus areas: Committee Professional Practices, Small Audit Shops, Professional Research Foundation - LinkedIn
drs. ing. B. Numan RO CIA (Beate)
Focus areas: United Register Operational Auditors Foundation, IIA Academy - LinkedIn
drs. E.M. Post RA RE CIA (Linda)
Focus areas: Quality Assessments Committee, Young Professionals
mr. M.J.M. Verberne RA RO (Marc)
Focus areas: Quality Assessments Supervisory Authority, United Register Operational Auditors Foundation - LinkedIn
B.A.C. de Vries EMIA RO CIA (Brigitte)
Focus areas: underexposed branches - LinkedIn
The Advisory Board (RvA) consists of a number of important external stakeholders of IIA Netherlands, including members of Supervisory Boards, the government and other stakeholders. The Advisory Board issues solicited and unsolicited advice to the board, including with regard to strategic priorities.
- M.N.J. Kee RA (Michel), Mazars - Voorzitter
- R. Abma (Rients), Eumedion
- W.T. Eysink RA CIA (Wim), Deloitte
- drs. M. van Gelder (Marc), Action Service & Distributie
- dr. P.F. Hasekamp (Pieter), Ministerie van Financien
- mr. H. Kersten (Heleen), Stibbe
- P.M. Koster (Paul), VEB
- E.A.J. van de Merwe (Erik), Achmea
- drs. P.H.B. Pennekamp (Peter), Inspectie werk en Inkomen
Audit Magazine Editorial Team
Four times a year the members of IIA Netherlands receive Audit Magazine, which is devoted to the field of internal auditing and developments in the field. The content of the magazine is created by the Audit Magazine Editorial Team. With the quarterly themes of Audit Magazine, the editors want to reflect current events.
The editors are open to innovative ideas and suggestions. You can reach the editors via: email@example.com.
The Audit Magazine Editorial Team consists of the following people:
The main task of the Benchmarking Committee is to stimulate the learning and improvement cycle of Internal Audit Functions, by benchmarking concrete internal audit topics and organizing roundtables. The Benchmarking Committee works closely with other IIA committees in this context.
The committee aims to organize five benchmark sessions per year. The themes and target groups are determined during the year, based on specific needs as identified during previous roundtables and in collaboration with other IIA Committees, such as Professional Practices and Small Audit Shops. The Benchmarking Committee has also been strengthened by a member of the Internal Audit Ambition Model task force, from which interesting topics can be derived.
Another task of the Benchmarking Committee is to provide support to IAFs who want to participate in the Global Auditing Information Network (GAIN), which is the benchmarking tool developed by IIA Inc. With the help of this tool an IAF can test itself quickly and (cost) efficiently against a large number of other IAFs from all over the world.
The Benchmarking Committee supports IAFs regarding GAIN by:
- promoting the methodology
- keeping the Dutch interpretation of the questions as unambiguous as possible
- serving as an intermediary between the GAIN participants of IIA Inc
In addition to benchmarking against all international participants, benchmarking with GAIN is also possible against Dutch participants in the following branches:
- Financial Institutions
- Trade, industry and services
For questions or comments, please contact the members of the Benchmarking Committee via firstname.lastname@example.org
Benchmarking Annual Plan 2018 (Dutch only)
Benchmarking Annual Plan 2017 (Dutch only)
Benchmarking Annual plan 2016 (Dutch only)
The Benchmarking Committee consists of the following people:
Small Audit Shops
The purpose of the PAS Committee (Professional Auditors at Small Audit Shops) is to share (practical) knowledge and experiences for and by auditors working in small and/or starting audit departments (1-5 FTE). The topics that are discussed are:
- Establishing and organizing the Internal Audit Function
- Safeguarding the IIA Standards at the small/starting audit departments (like the positioning, scope, jurisdiction and responsibilities of the IAF, the relationship with the Executive/Supervisory Board and the independence and objectivity of the auditors)
- Discussing technical subjects (such as setting up and implementing risk management, possibilities for integrated auditing, fraud and the relationship with the audit committees)
Annual Plan 2018 PAS Committee (Dutch only)
Annual Plan 2017 PAS Committee (Dutch only)
Annual Plan 2016 PAS Committee (Dutch only)
Annual Plan 2015 PAS Committee (Dutch only)
Annual Plan 2014 PAS Committee (Dutch only)
The PAS Committee consists of the following people:
Professional Practices Committee
The Professional Practices Committee coordinates the professional research for IIA Netherlands. To this end, the committee looks for volunteers per project. Projects can take the form of round tables, surveys, interviews, literature studies or a combination thereof. The results are announced in printed form, on the website, during presentations and/or otherwise. You can contact the Professional Practices Committee by e-mail: email@example.com
CPP Annual Plan 2018 (Dutch only)
CPP Annual Plan 2017 (Dutch only)
CPP Annual Plan 2016 (Dutch only)
CPP Charter 2015 (Dutch only)
CVT Annual plan 2015 (Dutch only)
CVT Annual Review 2014 (Dutch only)
The Professional Practices Committee consists of the following people:
Young Professionals Committee
The Young Professionals Committee (IIA YP) supports the tasks and mission of IIA Netherlands and would like to make a contribution to achieve them. They do this by focusing on career-oriented, ambitious, motivated and inquisitive young professionals. IIA YP complements the general mission of IIA NL with the following things:
- Pursuing an active professional association that has an eye for the interests of internal auditors in general and young professionals in particular
- Increasing the professional network of young professionals
- Creating value through pleasant meetings with colleagues
IIA YP focuses on (starting) internal auditors younger than 35 years of age. Participation in the IIA YP network is easy for every young professional, since the activities are easily accessible. In general, there are no strict preconditions for participation and the costs are limited.
>> Young Professionals IIA Netherlands LinkedIn group <<
- Sharing knowledge with IIA YPs by organizing company visits, trainings and peer reviews
- Increasing the network of IIA YPs by organizing activities and drinks
- Facilitating professional development of IIA YPs by networking and discussion
YP 2019 Annual Plan (Dutch only)
YP 2018 Annual Plan (Dutch only)
YP 2017 Annual Plan (Dutch only)
YP 2016 Annual Plan (Dutch only)
YP 2015 Annual Plan (Dutch only)
Newsletter IIA YP
About once a quarter, young professionals from IIA Netherlands are informed about various topics through a newsletter from the Young Professionals Committee. (Dutch only)
The Young Professionals Committee consists of the following people:
IIA Netherlands is an active professional association with numerous committees and workgroups in which many enthusiastic volunteers coordinate and implement various activities.
The active volunteers experience in their committee work how important and useful it is to exchange experiences with colleagues from many different corners of the profession and other industries. They increase their knowledge and notice how satisfactory it is to make tangible contributions to the development of the Internal Auditing profession in the Netherlands.
The development of the profession and the professional association IIA, including the SVRO (United Register Operational Auditors Foundation), is not possible without the tireless efforts of these volunteers. The commitment of the volunteers is a strong pillar for our association, with a commitment that many professional associations can be jealous of.
If you also want to join IIA Netherlands as a volunteer, please contact the institute via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The highest body within the IIA is the General Assembly (ALV), in which the members take decisions about the policies and finances of IIA Netherlands in accordance with the Statutes of the IIA. The ALV appoints the members of the board. The General Assembly meets at least once a year, within six months after the end of the association year.
The documents associated with the ALV are only accessible to IIA members.
The support office takes care of the daily affairs, with tasks such as member administration, event organization, finances, providing information and communications.
Lilian van der Laan
Annemiek van Raalten
Member and event administration
Manager Professional Practices
Complaints about the professional practice of IIA members are initially assessed by the Supervisory Board (RvT). Those who are not satisfied with a decision of the Supervisory Board can appeal to the Board of Appeal (RvB). View the Supervisory Board Regulations here.
The duties and powers of the Supervisory Board and the Board of Appeal are described in the regulations on disciplinary proceedings for members of IIA Netherlands. The board strives for a multiform composition of the Supervisory Board and the Board of Appeal. The majority of the Supervisory Board must consist of Chief Audit Executives. In addition, it is preferable that at least 1 member of the RvT and the RvB is a lawyer or has an affinity with legal processes.
A. den Exter (André) – Chairman (LinkedIn
drs. A.W.G. Blauw RE RO EMIA (Ton) (LinkedIn
mr. drs. P.J.H. Breur RA (Peter) (LinkedIn
dr.s M.O.J. Vlak RO CIA (Michel) (LinkedIn
Board of Appeal
E.M.G. Curfs RA RE RI RO EMIA (Ed) – Chairman (LinkedIn)
drs D.W.J. Geerits RA RE (Diederik) (LinkedIn)
drs. A.R. Vons RO (Arthur) (LinkedIn)
Members of the IIA must adhere to the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF). One of the consequences of this is that an Internal Audit function (IAF) must have a Quality Assurance and Improvement Program that is reviewed at least once every five years. These quality assessments are carried out by the Quality Assessments Committee (CKT) of IIA Netherlands or by another, accredited, independent party.
Quality Assessments Committee (CKT)
The Quality Assessments Committee (CKT) is responsible for directing and supervising the quality assessments carried out by IIA Netherlands.
Quality Assessments Supervisory Authority (TKT)
IIA Netherlands plays a coordinating role in determining that the quality assessments take place on time and that they are carried out correctly. The Quality Assessments Supervisory Authority (TKT) was established to give substance to this. The duties and powers of the Supervisory Authority are described in the Regulations on the Quality Assessments Supervisory Authority.
The CKT consists of the following people:
- G.M. van Gameren RA RO (Guus) - Chairman (LinkedIn)
- drs. A.F. Daan RA (Arnoud) (LinkedIn)
- drs. A.R.L. Hoogendoorn RA CIA CISA (Reinout) (LinkedIn)
- T. Smit RA CIA (Thijs) (LinkedIn)
The TKT consists of the following people:
- M.J.L. van Ool RA (Marjo) – Voorzitter (LinkedIn)
- drs. G.J.J. de Booij RA (George) (LinkedIn)
- drs. G.J.M. Langelaan RA MGA CIA (Gertjan) (LinkedIn)