Highlights include: what do you know about modern slavery and what are leading organisations doing about the new Modern Slavery Act? Three years on - a review of the institute's financial services code; what Kent County Council gained from undergoing two external quality assessments; highlights from the institute's 2016 conference; and hot tips for succeeding at the CIA exam.
Highlights include: with Brexit on the horizon, companies need more assurance than ever; celebrating the winners of the Audit & Risk Awards; corporate strategy may not be familiar ground for internal audit, but the function has an important part to play; plus much more.
Highlights include: in conversation with former Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls ahead of Internal Audit 2016; the Chartered IIA's culture report findings; tax audits post-Panama Papers; internal audit in the charity sector has never been more necessary; and a rundown of how organisations and their internal audit functions should begin to approach cyber security.
Highlights include: speaking with Nicola Horlick ahead of the Chartered IIA's annual conference - Internal Audit 2016; Saleem Chowdhery, Director of Group Internal Audit at the Co-operative Group, on returning a British institution to its former glory; last call for the Audit & Risk Awards; how internal audit is bracing for Brexit; inside the NHS; and a look at the rise of internal fraud.
Highlights include: how companies approach insurance and where internal audit fits into the picture; a sit-down with Jon Whitfield, Chief Executive of the Government Internal Audit Agency; how internal audit can help companies in their quest for innovation.
Highlights include: how internal auditors should be approaching supply chains; in conversation with Niall Kelly, Head of Internal Audit at An Garda Síochána; a look at the institute’s new financial services sector advisory panel; how to take over an internal audit team; plus Audit & Risk Award winner Lucy Cater on scooping the prize for Inspirational Leader, Public Sector.