Fraud losses are costing the UK economy tens of billions every year. Where do internal auditors sit within organisations’ efforts to provide contingencies?
Internal audit articles
Articles and feature from the ICAEW on internal audit
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Learn more about the key aspects of internal audit and what you need to do to set up an internal audit function for your business.
Considering a career in internal audit? This article explains what internal auditors do, the different types of internal audit and the skills and qualifications you’ll need for an internal audit role.
Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors demands a clear schedule for government’s plans to move forward with audit reform as MPs table fresh parliamentary questions on the issue.
Read clarification issued by the Recognised Professional Bodies regarding the Insolvency Code of Ethics' reference to 'audit related work'.
In the new era of digitalisation, there are emerging challenges relating to the new technology risks while fraud risk increases, adopting new and innovative methods in line with technological progress. In this environment, audit should develop data analytics skills that are beyond traditional risk monitoring and fraud detection tools to meet stakeholders’ evolving expectations.
Ololade Adesanya of EY explains the range of policy initiatives that could be effective for driving and supporting diversity and inclusion in financial services.
During the worst of the pandemic, Eurobank’s internal audit team took the opportunity to develop its data literacy as pressures to perform increased.
Company directors need to treat climate change risk as a key risk to their business, and do so as a matter of urgency, a joint report from the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors and British Standards Institution shows.
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.