Two New Reports From Global Study of Internal Audit
Two new CBOK reports unveiled on the first day of The IIA’s International Conference in New York offer valuable insights to improve internal audit and audit committee performance, based on a comprehensive global study of internal audit stakeholders.
The first report concludes that differing views and sometimes competing interests among internal audit stakeholders — particularly board members and the C-suite — can make identifying and meeting stakeholders’ demands a challenge.
The second offers six imperatives for audit committees that can propel internal audit to “move beyond assurance to provide value-added advisory services, and deliver to expectations.”
Read the news release.