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Internal Audit's Work With General Counsel Doesn't Have to Be a ​"Privilege"

In his blog, IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers, CIA, QIAL, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA, shares his personal reflections and insights on the internal audit profession. Here's an excerpt from his latest post:

In my previous post, I discussed some potential challenges that can strain relationships between CAEs and their organizations' general counsels. In it, I included five principles that I believe can help guide those relationships.

Two of those — mutual respect and the recognition that each party can agree to disagree when warranted — frame an important aspect of the relationship that sometimes leads to friction between internal audit and legal: If and when should general counsel influence how audit findings are reported?

Read the full InternalAuditor.org blog post from IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers.