Larry C. Herzog Butler
Senior Director of Internal Audit
Delivery Hero SE
Larry C. Herzog Butler, is the Senior Director of Internal Audit for Delivery Hero SE, a company that in 2017 completed one of Europe’s most successful IPOs and is located in Berlin, Germany.
Larry is a former Deloitte & Touché Certified Public Accountant with over 20 years of experience providing audit, compliance, business process improvement, enterprise risk management and advisory services to a wide array of clients. Extensive experience planning and executing internal audits and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) engagements, reporting to Audit Committees, managing relationships with key stakeholders, training audit staff, strengthening internal controls over financial reporting, and exceeding executive expectations.
Larry has an extensive record of volunteer service with The IIA, including various leadership roles over the past seven years. He has served as both President of the Los Angeles Chapter of The IIA and currently sits on its Board of Governors. He is has multiple certifications including CPA, CIA, CGMA, CRMA and CRISC.
Friday, 20th - 11:10 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Concurrent session 6.1 - Internal Audit Excellence Supported by Technology and a Digital Boardroom
Our Challenge...The internal audit cycle consists of Planning, Preparation, Execution, Reporting and Follow-up. At Delivery Hero, this means organizing internal audit resources across our segments worldwide (Europe, MENA, APAC and the Americas). Effective collaboration is essential to ensure that audits are performed on-time, within budget, and with visibility provided to key decision makers. Often audits are subject to delays, scope creep, and resource shortages.
Our Solution...Through newly implemented technology, Delivery Hero’s internal audit team can audit what matters to stakeholders while adhering to the IIA’s international standards. Real-time dashboards provide visibility to the boardroom and enables reporting of audit status, findings, risks and action plans to the internal audit team and leadership. Integrating audits to other core enterprise risk management and controls helps to ensure that risk, controls and organizational structure are aligned with our 2nd line of defense. This approach helps ensure that audits and follow-ups do not fall through the cracks and that all audits are completed on-time and within budget. This helps the internal audit team to achieve its mission of enhancing and protecting organizational value via independent and objective assurance.