The collection of consulting services and projects that CAEs described is large, varied, and strategic in nature. These services can be identified by internal audit or requested by the stakeholders.
This guide will aid the internal audit activity in developing approaches to review and assess the effectiveness of an organization’s risk management processes and strategies, regardless of the activity’s size, maturity level, or resource level.
With the Internal Audit Ambition Model you can not only visualize the current quality level of your Internal Audit Function, but also determine your ambition level to further professionalize your Internal Audit Function.
The IIA has released new guidance for implementing its Code of Ethics. Each of the four Code of Ethics principles ― Integrity, Objectivity, Confidentiality, and Competency ― are accompanied by specific rules of conduct.
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This new practice guide, developed for financial services auditors but useful to any auditor working with statistical models and capital, focuses on how to provide assurance that an institution is well capitalized to meet the guidelines and prepared for cyclical business changes.
In his blog, IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers writes that the time has come to take a new look at the Three Lines of Defense and give this trusted instrument a 21st century makeover.
CAEs challenged by growing stakeholder expectations have options to expand skills within their departments, including outsourcing and new hires. But resource limitations and competition for new talent make upskilling — training existing staff on new skills — a viable and affordable option.
The IIA’s Global Nominating Committee is pleased to announce the nominees for the 2019-20 Global Board of Directors.
While there is no simple formula for determining an internal audit budget, there is a process that audit committees, executive management, and the audit department can use to determine whether the internal audit budget is appropriate for the organization. By following these steps, all can be assured that the internal audit budget will likely be a good fit every time.