Read on for in-depth discussions with leading professionals from the world of internal audit, regulation and business.
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How can internal audit become more “agile” and forward thinking? This is the question that Ralph Daals, group chief auditor at insurance company RSA, asked when the organisation embarked on a period of rapid change and needed an internal audit team that operated on a radically different model.
It’s always a headache for the internal audit team when an organisation changes its stock exchange listing and internal control framework. Factor in completely restructuring the corporate audit team itself and it’s small wonder that Richard Brasher, corporate audit director at Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company, won Audit & Risk’s inspirational leader award in 2016 for achieving just such a turnaround.
Metro Bank is doing things differently. While many of its competitors continue to repair their reputations, this challenger bank aims to put customers at the heart of everything it does. Chit Ghee Yeoh, its director of internal audit,explains why she believes culture sets this bank apart.
Former Shadow Chancellor and Internal Audit 2016 keynote speaker Ed Balls shares his thoughts on the confluence of government and corporate governance, and why it’s important to take a step back when assessing risk.
Michael Woodford was fired from his role as president of Olympus for blowing the whistle on a billion-dollar fraud. What did he learn from the experience and what can he pass on to help internal audit prevent such scandals in future? We explore the matter.
Sir Vince Cable discusses Donald Trump, Brexit, the role of economists in forecasting the future and how to deal with global uncertainty.
It is nearly a year since the inception of the Government Internal Audit Agency. Chief executive Jon Whitfield reflects on the agency’s early progress and the work that lies ahead.
The internal audit function of Ireland’s An Garda Síochána was formerly staffed entirely by uniformed officers. Internal audit chief Niall Kelly describes how the function has been transformed to better reflect its vital role.
The role of head of audit at the Department for International Development is anything but a desk job. Anthony Garnett CMIIA explains what’s involved and why his team has a unique opportunity to see how their work makes a real difference to people’s lives.
Alison McFadyen, group head of internal audit at Standard Chartered Bank, explains why diversity in banking and in internal audit is critical, why technology is too important to leave to external experts and why the last thing you want is a homogeneous internal audit team.
As the director of communications for Tony Blair, Alastair Campbell was at the heart of the former UK prime minister’s plans to modernise Britain. He discusses his experiences of managing and communicating change – a significant challenge for internal auditors at a time when both the risk environment and the corporate governance framework are evolving rapidly.
How can you ensure that organisations assess and report on the things that really tell stakeholders whether they are likely to thrive in the long term? Professor Mervyn King explains his long involvement in corporate governance and why, as chair of the International Integrated Reporting Council, he is now committed to changing the way we understand our companies.