Compliance, Risk and Internal Audit
The internal audit, risk and compliance profession is undergoing tremendous change as it faces greater compliance challenges, increased board-level demands, growing investment in digital transformation and surging cyber threats.
No longer tasked with simply overseeing evaluations and recommending improvements for the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes, internal auditors are now being tasked with playing a more active role in guiding executive decision-making – especially regarding technology transformation. A modern Internal Audit function should understand the organisation’s key risks and proactively identify emerging risks in order to add value to the organisation because best in class organisations are realising that internal and compliance is not just an overhead cost driven by regulatory demand.
On the contrary, according to Deloitte, investment in the function is associated with increased top and bottom lines, as well as lowered danger of reputational and other risks. In today’s increasingly complex business environment, organisations must bring a systematic and disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes.
In this white paper, we look at how to:
- Supporting Digital Transformation
- Uncertainty Over Compliance
- Data Transparency & Accountability Across Functions
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