Audit Leaders

Audit Leaders is a dedicated community, tailored specially for those at leadership level. Those whose job it is to create and protect organisations assets, build brands, and create high-performing teams. Our space allows you to do all that and more, all the while remaining an integral part of the Institute itself.

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Keep up to date with important issues in governance, risk and control, and connect with people who understand the challenges you face.

Audit Leaders helps you meet the growing demands placed on chief audit executives.

We aim to inform, inspire and support.

Membership provides you with:

  • Insights to help develop and build powerful partnerships with governance partners, stakeholders and management.
  • Exclusive access to a broad range of events, roundtables, webinars, briefings, podcasts and thought leadership content designed with you in mind.
  • Networking opportunities with a growing community of people passionate about internal audit and the future of our profession.
  • Resources to help you add value to your organisation and raise your profile within the profession and within your organisation e.g. develop your business knowledge and interpersonal skills.
  • The knowledge to stay abreast of legislation and regulatory changes is a dynamic and fast-moving world.

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In case you missed it: Fighting Fraud, bribery and corruption | 23 November

In this session Dr Michael Skidmore, Head of Serious Crime Research at the Police Foundation, talked the group through the findings of a research conducted on the nature of fraud in the context of public policies and resources in UK policing. He talked about money laundering as one of the main ‘serious’ types of fraud, as well as commercial, predatory fraud based on vulnerability. Different types of fraud are made possible though different types of technology.

You can access the slides and the presenter recording via Egress.

Our next event on Thursday 7 December will be Real time assurance and Root Cause Analysis - shared discussion. Real-time auditing with its focus on frequent interim reporting can provide a way for internal audit to become faster and more responsive in providing real-time assurance. Linked to root cause analysis is a technique for identifying the underlying key causes behind review findings. Understanding the causes means that internal audit can then take action to prevent recurrence of negative outcomes and to promote recurrence of positive ones. Let's explore further.

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