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Mark Hendrix

Audit Expert

Netherlands Court of Audit

Mark Hendrix is audit expert at the Netherlands Court of Audit.

He is a Chartered Accountant with over 25 years of experience in the field of public auditing and accounting.

He has a bachelor in business economics and a master in accountancy (Nyenrode Business University). After having worked 6 years at the Ministry of Defence, he started working for the Netherlands Court of Audit as an auditor.

Over the past years he has been audit manager of a large number of both financial and operational audits and represented the NCA in various national and international working groups and activities.

He is currently participant in the working group on non-financial reporting and auditing of the Dutch professional accountancy organization (NBA), and an observer at the working group on EPSAS of the European commission.

Session

Friday, 20th - 11:10 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Concurrent session 6.5 - Non Financial Reporting in the Public Sector

It is impossible to ignore the importance of entities reporting non-financial information to their stakeholders in order to explain both how they create value and how they will continue to do so in the long term.

Better communication of objectives is of greater relevance in the Public Sector because citizens demand more transparency in management and proper resource utilization.

 

The European Regulation set out to enhance this type of reporting and, in 2017, it became mandatory for some companies. Although documents are focused on the private sector, steps are being taken at international level to help the public sector adapt frameworks by taking into account its special characteristics.

 

ECIIA and EUROSAI have a common project that can be a fantastic opportunity to determine the current situation regarding non-financial reporting in the European public sector and to influence its implementation in the future. There is a lot of information / publications about this topic in the Private Sector, but nothing about the situation regardingimplementation in the Public Sector. 

If Internal and External Audit work together on this important topic in the Public Sector, our combined efforts can help us to better shape its future implementation.  

with, Martin Dees, Strategic Advisor, Netherlands Court of Audit

         Melvyn Neate

         Soledad Llamas Tutor, Director of Internal Audit, Risk Management and Internal Control, Canal de Isabel II