Policy and research
Our Policy and Research section explores the various ways internal audit protects and adds value to a modern organisation.
The publications in this section are aimed at those leading internal audit functions, board members who rely on assurance from internal audit, and policymakers.
Avoiding the blind sport: Supporting financial stability and resilience
A critical guide for navigating financial, capital and liquidity risk, including actions and considerations for internal audit.
A dedicated hub, spotlighting internal audit’s relationship with and perception of disruption. Featuring video interviews, case studies, technical guidance, blog content and more.
Mind the Gap: Cyber security risk in the new normal
A new cyber security report, enabling you to provide assurance on cyber security culture within your organisation.
Organisations’ preparedness for climate change: An internal audit perspective
A timely report providing an overview of organisations’ preparedness for climate change. Written in partnership with The Climate Group.
Unlock detailed insights and data on key issues affecting the internal audit and beyond.
Get to know our stance on pertinent topics and subject areas of relevance to the profession.
Codes of practice
Understand our standards of practice in internal audit and the causes we work hard to champion.
Explore our views to public debates on internal audit-related issues. We respond to public consultations where they directly or indirectly affect the interests of the profession, or where we have views that are of value to the debate.
Read our media statements in reference to new developments, services and legislative changes.
As an Institute, we’re in constant contact with journalists, reporters and press teams, spreading word of the work we do. See where our publications can be picked up.
We offer opinion and comment on a range of issues relating to internal audit, principally in the areas of risk management, internal control and corporate governance.
Head of Policy & External Affairs
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