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Internal audit articles

Articles and feature from the ICAEW on internal audit

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Six ways to embed climate change risk management

ICAEW Insights

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.

The importance of internal audit

Abigail Harper assesses the part internal audit plays in internal control and risk management, as it performs a health check on processes and procedures.

The vital role of Internal Audit

IA’s important role in a strong organisation

The Modern Slavery Act: Actions for internal audit

ICAEW

This guide explains the role of the organisation’s internal audit function in preparing a section 54 Transparency in Supply Chains Statement, 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.

Why CEOs and CFOs should engage with internal audit

David Jardine Business and Management February 2021

David Jardine, senior vice president, Internal Audit at bp plc, explains why Chief Executive Officers and Chief Financial Officers need to engage with the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors’ Code of Practice and why it’s not just for internal audit teams.

The eight key areas that need to be reassessed in internal audit

ICAEW’s Internal Audit Panel has said that it may be time for internal audit to reassess assurance needs in some key areas.

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