Audit & Risk magazine
Audit & Risk magazine is the Chartered IIA's internal auditing magazine for members. It is the leading source of news, views and insights for internal auditors in the UK and Ireland. This popular magazine is published six times a year and is a benefit of IIA membership.
A must-read resource for internal audit practitioners, it features updates on regulatory developments, interviews with industry professionals, corporate governance overviews and much more.
News and features from Audit & Risk are also published in our monthly member newsletter, Insight.
Members automatically receive a copy of Audit & Risk magazine six times a year. Make sure your contact details are up-to-date to make sure you don't miss out.
We round up the latest business and regulatory news to affect the internal audit profession. Discover all the latest news affecting internal auditors here.
Stay up-to-date with topical issues from the world of internal audit and discover how industry professionals are shaping the market. Explore our full range of features here.
Our blog posts are a mixture of director-level insights and professional opinion. Topics include risk management, corporate culture, boardroom diversity and future developments. Read more here.
Join our in-depth discussions with leading professionals from the world of internal audit, regulation and business. Details here.
How to advertise
The Chartered IIA offers effective ways for you to advertise to internal auditors. We can arrange job vacancy advertisements on our jobs site jobs.iia.org.uk, in Audit & Risk magazine, in our monthly Insight newsletter and other media.
How to subscribe
When you become a member of the Chartered IIA, you will start to receive your Audit & Risk magazine and monthly newsletter automatically. If you prefer not to become an IIA member, you can simply subscribe to the magazine.
For any questions about receiving your magazine, email newsletters and/or access to our A&R content, contact Chartered IIA customer services on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7498 0101.