What might internal audit be asked around changes to the intermediaries legislation?
Liz Sandwith's report from the Chartered IIA Irish region's breakfast workshop.
We look at the importance of giving and receiving feedback in internal audit. Plus, the benefits of using the '4Ps' of feedback.
Read our tips for developing a trusted relationship with stakeholders, which will help when you need to provide feedback.
Stakeholder engagement is regularly identified as a top priority for internal auditors. What does it really mean in practice? And how can you make it work for you?
Liz reflects on the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation in the light of Protiviti's event for internal auditors.
Things are still going wrong with organisational cultures. Liz highlights the institute's work in this area and the tools that can help you audit culture.
The FRC's Reporting Lab has published a report on disclosures on commercial income and supplier relationships. See why investors need to pay attention to internal audit.
Internal auditors in large organisations need to start thinking about preparing their statements.
Liz has over 28 years’ experience in internal audit and risk management. She spent 13 years as head of internal audit at Channel 5 followed by five at Bupa, where she held a number of roles, from head of assurance, risk and compliance to head of internal audit operations. She has also worked with the Information Commissioner’s office and the Electoral Commission, as well as advising a number of local authorities on internal audit and risk management issues.
Liz served as president of the institute between 2000 and 2001 and she became the Chartered IIA’s chief professional practice advisor in May 2016.