PricewaterhouseCoopers – October 2005 to October 2009 [4 years]
PricewaterhouseCoopers (tradingas PwC) is the World larges...
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PricewaterhouseCoopers profile

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  • 1. PricewaterhouseCoopers – October 2005 to October 2009 [4 years] PricewaterhouseCoopers (tradingas PwC) is the World largestprofessional services firmmeasured by revenues and one of the "BigFour" accountancy firms headquartered in London, United Kingdom. PwC is a network of firms in 157 countries with more than 195,400 people. It had total revenues of $34 billion in FY 2014. PricewaterhouseCoopers has three main service lines:1. AssuranceServices,2. Advisory /Consultingactivities,and 3. Tax consulting. PwC's service lines face the market in each country by broad industry specializations such as: A. Consumer and Industrial Products and Service (CIPS), B. Financial Services (FS), C. Technology, Information, Communications and Entertainment (TICE), D. Infrastructure, Government and Utilities (IG&U) E. Private Company Services (PCS) Performed tasks and fulfilled duties and responsibilities Senior In-charge Auditor - Assurance and Business Advisory Services  Reporting to partners/managers as appropriateand actively engagein the planning,supervision,reviewingand conducting of audit engagements in a wide spectrum of industries including services.  Determining timing and extent of audit procedures, whereby ensuring timely reporting to the clients.  Effective direction and supervision of teammembers in developingauditstrategies,Risk Assessment,AuditPlan, Internal Control & Fraud Considerations, Deviations from GAAPs and COSO.  Synopsis changes and developments in SLAS, SLAuS, IAS, IFRS and ISA, hence draw attention of the clients’ highlighting non-compliances.  Reviewing internal control system,both manual and computerized, hence makingrecommendations for further improvements.  Performed special assignments such as Special PurposeAudit Engagements (SLAPS 1), Engagements to Review Financial Statements (SLAPS 3), and Engagements to Perform Agreed - Upon Procedures (SLAPS 4).  Preparing audit opinions and management letters, and discuss them with clients’ senior management.  Preparation and assist in formulation of proposals for prospective and research on the same.  Preparation of job costreports and identification of costs in order to monitor working progress and involved in fee negotiation for professional services provided and debt collection. Systems and Process Assurance Executive - Systems and Process Assurance  Conduct system audits in applications,databases,domain and network in order to ensure the complianceand controls are aligned with the global best practice.  Reviewing, documenting, evaluating and testing general controls in mainframe, mid-range and client/server environments and in automated controls in business software applications.  IT General control review and application control reviews of ERP systems such as SAP, IBM OS 400 and Oracle Financial.  Specialized in technical and operational functionality of SAP FI, CO and MM modules, hence gained extensive knowledge in PP and SD modules.  Windows Active directory Domain Controller review and evaluation in order to ensure that settings are in accordance with Global information security standards.
  • 2.  Review, develop and documentation of policies and procedures for Back up, Anti-virus, Access Control, Patch management, Fault management, Remote Access, User Management, Media Disposal, Admin Password and Application change and Developments.  Review of Access controls both logical and physical together with the other IT General Controls such as Virus guard, server room controls, software licensing, program changes and network controls.  Review SLA: Service Level Agreements between clients and service providers.  Evaluate Crisis Event Management Plan (CEM plans) including Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP), hence report clients on possible improvements.

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