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Internal audit for the board

Practical information and guidance on internal audit for board members and corporate governance professionals. Internal audit is one of the responsibilities of the audit committee.

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Fighting fraud: the internal audit

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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Beneath the data

How internal auditors can use business intelligence tools to mine their organization’s data.

The audit committee connection

The article discusses how internal audit's ability to serve as a trusted advisor to its primary stakeholder - the audit committee - is key to organisational success.

Doing the right thing: today's boards are taking a closer look at corporate culture

An interview with Brian Christensen, executive vice president of global internal audit at Protiviti, and Tracey Keele, partner of internal audit and enterprise risk services at KPMG LLP. Topics they discuss include the efforts of boards of directors to manage corporate culture; the factors that should be considered to understand culture such as the drivers of conduct, expectations, and curiosity; and the role of internal audit to make organisations understand their culture.

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