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Governance, Risk & Regulatory
Helping organisations accomplish their strategic objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluating and improving the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes.
Internal auditing is an objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organisation's operations. It can help an organisation accomplish its strategic objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluating and improving the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes. Our solutions are powered by innovative data analytics.
Our international audit approach is applied consistently around the world, while providing the flexibility to serve the unique circumstances and complexities of our clients. Our audit approach focuses on understanding the clients’ global business, risks and control issues from the inside out. It combines a rigorous risk assessment, diagnostic processes, audit testing procedures as well as a continuous assessment of our clients’ service performance.
Your organisation can enhance the effectiveness, quality, and value received from Internal Audit (IA) through a broad understanding of risks and areas of operational improvement helping internal audit functions improve their performance and operating efficiency and bring value to their organisations.
Solutions are custom designed to match our client’s state of maturity and needs. Your organisation will benefit from improved maturity and alignment to strategic objectives. The audit approach ranges from process and control design to business development and expansion authorities and responding to inquiries, investigations and other regulatory actions.
Adapt or disappear
To navigate inevitable upheaval, internal audit must lead the way.
A rapidly changing landscape presents an opportunity for organisations with bold, agile CAEs and their teams. To help the company adapt, internal audit must also change. Gone are the days when internal audit could exclusively rely on traditional methods of executing its mandate and to continue to hire from the same gene pool. Audit plans followed over the last five years will be of little use in the next five; a narrow focus on the past (financial reporting) and the present (cash flows, quarterly earnings and compliance) must yield to an expanded view of the future.