As the only globally recognized internal audit certification, becoming a Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA®) is the optimum way to communicate knowledge, skills, and competencies to effectively carry out professional responsibilities for any internal audit, anywhere in the world.
Demonstrate your organizational, ethical, and internal audit leadership skills by obtaining the Qualification in Internal Audit Leadership® (QIAL®), the premier designation for internal audit executives.
The Certification in Risk Management Assurance® (CRMA®) focuses on the key elements to unlocking internal audit’s full potential, and validates one’s ability to provide advice and assurance on risk management to audit committees and executive management.
This latest practice guide informs chief audit executives and their audit teams on how to understand and assess risks related to the use of third-party providers.
Internal Auditing results to the Audited Client Staff and Management may be good or bad.
In the heavily regulated financial services industry, institutions must actively manage liquidity risk to ensure survival. Post crisis, supervisors have formalized liquidity risk management requirements within regulations and developed specific expectations of internal audit departments.
Today’s chief audit executives (CAEs) must lead an internal audit activity that produces insightful, proactive, and future-focused outcomes.
Internal audit is set to play a critical role in auditing a company’s culture after regulators warned that listed and non-listed companies lacking good corporate culture will fail investors and stakeholders.
In its quest to increase the number of certified internal Auditors in Tanzania, IIA Tanzania recently conducted a CIA review course for Internal Auditors from both Public and Private organizations.