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Meet C. Wayne Rose

Principal, Internal Audit Transformation, Deloitte & Touche LLP – Energy & Resources

As a principal with Deloitte & Touche LLP, based in the Dallas, Texas, office, Wayne is a certified internal auditor and certified fraud examiner. Wayne has more than 30 years of auditing, accounting, and systems experience, with 25 of those years dedicated to internal audit. He is currently part of Deloitte’s National Internal Audit leadership team and has held several leadership positions with Deloitte, including leader of the Enterprise Risk Services (ERS) practice in Mid–America and National and Global ERS leader for Deloitte’s energy industry practice. He also serves as the leader of Deloitte’s Internal Audit Quality Assurance services and provides overall guidance and leadership to industry initiatives for the Internal Audit Services practice. Wayne has extensive experience serving many of Deloitte’s significant internal audit outsourcing and cosourcing clients, covering most industries. He is currently the lead client services partner and global engagement leader for one of Deloitte’s largest global internal audit and SOX outsourcing clients.

Prior to joining Deloitte in 1997, Wayne held numerous leadership positions in the energy industry in internal auditing, finance, and systems, including project leader for a $50 million multi-year systems implementation project. As the chief audit executive of a large southeastern energy company, Wayne’s group was consistently recognized nationally as a leading-edge,  full-service internal audit organization and was mentioned in the Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation’s (IIARF) 1996 publication, Enhancing Internal Audit through Innovative Practices, and in the IIARF’s 1997 publication, Control Model Implementation: Leading Practices.

Wayne has been involved in serving the internal audit profession for many years. He has been chair of the Institute of Internal Auditors’ (IIA) Professional Conference Committee, chair of the IIA’s Seminar Committee, member of the Professional Issues Committee, and the chair of the IIA’s International Conference Committee. He currently serves on the North American and Global Board for the IIA. He was also chair of the Edison Electric Institute /American Gas Association (EEI/AGA) Internal Audit Committee serving the energy industry. Wayne is a frequent speaker on internal audit and risk management practices and was chair of the IIA’s inaugural Assessing and Managing Risk Conference. He also serves on the advisory board for the Endorsed Internal Audit Program (EIAP) for the University of Texas at Dallas.


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