ICAEW’s Internal Audit Panel has identified eight risk areas where boards and audit committees should be asking themselves whether they are receiving the objective assurance they need amid increased public scrutiny.
Internal audit articles
Articles and feature from the ICAEW on internal audit
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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.
Setting priorities to establish and expand internal audit
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.
Culture shift: Changing internal audits
Internal audits of culture can help organisations get to grips with their DNA.
Behind the clouds: Getting the hang of cloud computing
Develop your awareness of cloud computing and its risks, with Peter Mandich’s introduction to the faculty’s new report for internal auditors.
How can finance departments and internal audit make the most of data science? This was the main question Centrica's internal audit team and ICAEW discussed at a workshop on 15 October 2018.
Having an effective Audit Committee is essential for good corporate governance as it leads on financial reporting, internal controls, risk management and external audit functions.
Data analytics is becoming indispensable in internal audit. Our new report considers the risks and governance challenges this creates.
From India to banking crises, Pam Kaur, HSBC global head of internal audit and group managing director, speaks openly to Chris Evans about her life and career challenges
PwC’s Mark Stock looks at the important role that internal audit can play in helping businesses to prepare for the unexpected.