Internal Audit


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Internal Audit

An inspection and verification of the financial records of a company or firm by a member of its own staff to determine the accuracy and acceptability of its accounting practices.

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Welcoming the delegates from SAARC member countries and speakers of the seminar, Wathra informed the audience that the seminar had been conceptualized with a keen view towards sharing knowledge on internal audit practices, standards, systems, latest developments and issues facing internal audit functions in Central Banks across the SAARC region.
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Whether you are a public company or a private company you can get a lot of value out of internal audit."
"So we see the internal audit function as ideally suited to provide some assurance to the board on how well risks are being managed."
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"Internal audit is realigning to handle the most complex issues I've ever seen," says the IIA's Chambers.
The principal roles for internal audit encompass evaluation of business processes, monitoring of the conversion program, risk management and communications, education and training.
The Internal Audit Code of Practice will be the first comprehensive set of audit benchmarks for non-financial services firms.

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