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A complete guide to the process and profession of internal auditing. The 6th edition of this title (2005) is also available from our Ebook Central subscription
A six page briefing on the questions for management following the decision to leave the European Union, focusing on the role of internal audit to support management and provide reassurance to the audit committee.
How internal auditors should strengthen their governance frameworks to cover emerging data-analytics risks in the areas of quality, talent, independence and security.
Articles and features
It stands to reason that if technology has changed the way in which businesses are run, it has also shifted the way in which the Internal Audit function is performed.
Abigail Harper assesses the part internal audit plays in internal control and risk management, as it performs a health check on processes and procedures.
IA’s important role in a strong organisation
Guidance and reports
Under the Modern Slavery Act 2015 some organisations are required to prepare a section 54 Transparency in Supply Chains Statement. This guide explains the role of the organisation’s internal audit function, and where there is no such function, best practice for management to ensure all risks to the business have been assessed and the relevant controls are in place.
ICAEW's Financial Services Faculty highlights 10 questions to inform the critical contribution Internal Audit can make in firm's challenging and far-reaching transition to alternative reference rates
Change is a feature of doing business, but managing it successfully can be complex. This guide outlines how internal audit can help project managers implement changes by adopting good practices throughout the project life cycle.
This guide considers seven challenges commonly faced by smaller internal audit functions and provides recommendations to help heads of internal audit establish and grow an effective function that can meet its priorities.
Webinars and other recordings
This webinar explores how to develop an audit approach to deliver effective assurance as organisations progress their resilience journeys.
Audit is currently undergoing an unprecedented level of public scrutiny.
The webinar will look at the challenges faced by internal auditors in auditing the cloud.
This webinar explores what TCFD means to organisations and how internal auditors must develop their skills to help their organisations adapt.
Martyn Scrivens, Chair of the ICAEW's Internal Audit Advisory Panel and Martin Robinson, consultant for the Fraud Advisory Panel and advisor to the Chartered Institute of Internal Audit, look at the role of internal audit and its use in preventing, detecting and responding to fraud.
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Bloomsbury Core Accounting and Tax Service
Eligible firms have free access to Bloomsbury Professional's comprehensive online library, comprising more than 60 titles from some of the country's leading tax and accounting subject matter experts. Find out who is eligible and how you can access the Core Accounting and Tax Service.
A chapter on the scope of internal audit and best practices within internal audit reporting.
A chapter focusing on the board's role in reviewing their company's culture, ethics and behaviour.
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Guide to help managers and their teams set standards for self-auditing, risk management, compliance review, and formal disclosure reporting.
Guide to auditing the risk management process, including developments in risk management which are relevant to auditors.
A complete guide to the process and profession of internal auditing. Chapter 25 looks at the Audit Committee's interactions and responsibilities regarding internal audit.
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Article discusses how internal audit can help the board see an accurate picture of cyber risk
The article discusses the opportunity for audit functions to rethink how they contribute to the business as internal audit's value proposition expands beyond its traditional assurance boundaries.
The article provides insights from several current and former chief audit executives on the key questions that they wish their audit committees would have asked them but never or rarely did.
This IIA guidance is designed to help the audit committee and other stakeholders to harness the power of internal audit for the good of their organisations.
The FRC published the revised Guidance for board effectiveness in July 2018. Section 4 Audit, risk and internal control look as the audit committee's (or risk committee's if separate) responsibility in this area.
This report explains integrated reporting and gives benefits and challenges as well as looking at internal audit's role in this area with emerging practice demonstrated in case studies.
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