Audit & Risk magazines 2017
Issue 38: November/December 2017
Highlights include: corporate governance changes and what they mean for internal audit; award-winning teamwork at BT; internal audit's role in human rights assurance; update on whistleblowing best practice; the value of gaining chartered status.
Issue 37: September/October 2017
Highlights include: European editor Katya Adler on why internal auditors should pay attention to the Brexit negotiations; update on the Modern Slavery Act – what are companies doing so far; revisions to the Chartered IIA's financial services code; auditing for disability and diversity; Karen Bassett, chief internal auditor of Leeds Building Society on setting up an internal audit group for mutuals and on winning an Audit & Risk Award; plus the institute's annual progress report.
Issue 36: July/August 2017
Highlights include: the role of investigative journalism in corporate scandals; how RSA internal auditing went agile; finding new ways to maximise the benefits of shared internal audit services in local authorities; innovations in internal auditing; and dealing with supply chain risk.
Issue 35: May/June 2017
Highlights include: Vince Cable on global economic uncertainty, Brexit and a US-China trade war; how to deal with geopolitical risk; the promises – and the threats – of data analytics; what the European Stability Mechanism gained from an external quality assessment; top tips for boosting organisational resilience; and the launch of the Audit & Risk awards 2017.
Issue 34: March/April 2017
Highlights include: an overview of current developments in cybersecurity; the value of acquiring full chartered status, why Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company won one A&R award and was commended for another; and what you need to know if the Serious Fraud Office comes knocking on your door.
Issue 33: January/February 2017
Highlights include: an interview with Chit Ghee Yeoh, Head of Internal Audit at Metro Bank; how Suffolk County Council ditched traditional audit planning for a rolling system that can respond quickly to a developing risk and won them an Audit & Risk award for best public sector team along the way; advice on how to ensure that you are as rigorously scrutinising your own team's performance as that of the rest of the organisation; and the difference between culture and risk culture.