13-14 NOVEMBER 2023 | Aotea Centre AUCKLAND

IIA NZ Conference 2023 Registration 

IIA NZ Conference 2024 registrations open on 1 May 2024

2023 Registration Fees

Registration Fees

Early Bird Standard

IIA NZ member



IIA NZ business partner **

- $1595.00




All prices are in NZD and exclude GST.

The IIA NZ Conference 2023 is a 2-day event, featuring the Cocktail Connect on Monday, 13 November 2023. For in-person attendees, the ticket price covers morning tea, afternoon tea, a light working luncheon, access to renowned speakers, AV facilities, Cocktail Connect networking evening and event management services on both days. Please note that there will be no afternoon tea provided on day 2. For those participating in the event online, the ticket price includes the opportunity to direct questions to our renowned speakers and connect with fellow online attendees through the conference app, AV facilities, online video conference connectivity, and event management services throughout the duration of the conference.

** IIA NZ business partners, including RISK NZ, IoD, TINZ, ISACA, and ACFE members, are warmly invited to attend the IIA NZ Conference 2023 at the exclusive IIA NZ standard member registration rate. We value the collaboration and partnership with these organizations and extend this special offer as a token of appreciation for their continued support.


IIA NZ Conference 2023 attendance will provide 14 CPE hours.

A CPE certificate will be emailed to those who register and attend this event. Online attendees who have successfully registered will be granted access to the event. Only registered individuals will be eligible to receive an IIA NZ CPE certificate. To qualify for an IIA NZ CPE certificate, virtual participants must watch the entire duration of the IIA NZ Conference 2023.

IIA NZ Event Overview and Refund Policy

  • In person registrations open on Tuesday 1 August 2023 and close on Sunday 29 October 2023. 
  • Online registrations close on Friday 10 November 2023.
  • Earlybird registrations open on Tuesday 1 August 2023 and close on Sunday 3 September 2023.
  • Full refund: You can receive a full refund before ticket sales close as noted above or until sold out, whichever comes first.
  • No refund: After the event closing date or when tickets are sold out, we cannot provide a refund due to confirmed catering numbers and other related event matters.
  • We highly encourage you to register early for this event. In the unlikely event of cancellation, rest assured that all registered participants will receive a full refund.
  • Please kindly note that all dietary requirements must be brought to our attention before the registration closing date. We regret to inform you that we will be unable to cater to any dietary requests on the day of the event.
  • The registration fee is the same for both in-person and online attendance. This is to account for the costs associated with audio-visual equipment and video conferencing resources. required to facilitate a seamless virtual experience.
  • Postponement due to COVID: If there are any constraints caused due to COVID, we will notify you of a postponement. In such a case, your funds will be held with IIA NZ until we can confirm a new date for the event, or you will be refunded.
  • Upon registration, you understand that this is a hybrid event that combines both in-person and virtual attendance options, allowing attendees to participate in the conference from anywhere in the world. In this case, the IIA NZ Conference 2023 may be recorded for promotional purposes, meaning that portions of the event could be used for promotional purposes later.

Please note that by purchasing a ticket to the event, you agree to the terms and conditions outlined in the Event Overview and Refund Policy.

Under the Privacy Act 2020, we prioritise the protection of your privacy. Rest assured that all IIA NZ Conference 2023 registration information will be solely used for conference purposes. Once the conference has concluded and all communications are completed, you will no longer receive any further contact from us concerning this event. Your privacy is of utmost importance to us, and we strictly adhere to privacy guidelines to safeguard your information.


While every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this correspondence is complete and accurate, the Institute of Internal Auditors New Zealand (IIA NZ) does not represent or warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information, or that this information is suitable for use in every situation. The Institute, and its directors and officers, do not accept any responsibility or liability arising directly or indirectly from or in connection with your use or reliance on this information, or from any omission in the information.

Theme: What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

The “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There” theme for the IIA NZ Conference 2023 challenges internal auditors to reflect on their past successes while embracing the need for innovation and adaptation in an everchanging business landscape. The conference theme serves as a powerful reminder that traditional methods and strategies that have led to success in the past may no longer be sufficient to navigate the complexities of the present and the future. 

During this thought-provoking conference, attendees will explore how the role of internal auditors has evolved over time and how they must evolve with it. Speakers will share inspiring stories of organisations and professionals who have recognised the importance of continuous improvement and embraced transformative approaches to internal audit processes.

Participants will gain valuable insights into emerging trends and technologies shaping the internal audit profession. Workshops and interactive sessions will encourage attendees to challenge the status quo, identify opportunities for growth, and enhance their internal audit practices to drive maximum value for their organisations.

The “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There” IIA NZ Conference 2023 theme is a call to action, urging internal auditors to be proactive change agents. By embracing innovation, adopting new methodologies, and enhancing their skillsets, internal auditors will be better equipped to lead their organisations through uncertainty and towards sustainable success.

Speakers & Sessions

Dr Michelle Dickinson

Tony Alexander

Hon. Simon Bridges

Dan Te Whenua Walker

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