In the Middle East opportunities exist for internal audits to take a lead in risk awareness As companies have come to accept that market volatility, complexity, political and regulatory changes are here to stay, internal audit functions have more opportunities to contribute to businesses in a truly meaningful way, according to the PwC Internal Audit State of the Profession 2013 survey.
What does IA stand for?
IA stands for Internal Audit
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 87 other meanings of IA in our Acronym Attic
- Interface Agreement
- Interface Analysis
- Interface Architect
- Interfaith Alliance
- Interim Accreditation
- Interior Alliance (Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada)
- Intermediate Agent (networking)
- Internal Affairs
- Internal Alarm
- Internal Assessment (International Baccalaureate testing)
Samples in periodicals archive:
However, he said, as yet up to 60 percent of internal audit departments still have not undergone any external quality assessment.
This article highlights recent internal audit-related problems that were revealed in SOX Section 404 reports and offers specific recommendations for building an effective, value-adding internal audit function.
Improving state operations in risk management, internal controls and governance by centralizing the internal audit function of state agencies is the goal of new legislation sponsored by Rep.
Numerous headlines regarding recent litigation cases tell the tale: a strong internal audit group can be the most effective weapon for stopping fraud in its tracks.
05, page 34), discussing the difficulties and challenges facing a new internal audit director, was right on the money.