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  • IA Essentials #5: Quality Assurance and Improvement Programme
    The Quality Assurance and Improvement Programme is a mandatory programme that the chief audit executive must develop and maintain and consists of both internal and external assessments.

  • IA Essentials #4: Proficiency of the Internal Auditor
    The International Standards for the Professional Practice of IA ("Standards") state that the Internal Auditors must be proficient and must possess the knowledge, skills, and other competencies needed to perform their individual responsibilities.

  • IA Essentials #3: Introduction to Independence and Objectivity
    The International Standards for the Professional Practice of IA ("Standards") simply states that the IA activity must be independent and that the Internal Auditors must be objective in performing their work.

  • IA Essentials #2: Introduction to the IA Charter
    The IA Charter, as described in the International Standards for the Professional Practice of IA ("Standards"), is a formal document that defines the purpose, authority and responsibility of the IA activity. The IA Charter also establishes IA activity's position within the organisation, the scope of IA activities, and grants authority to the IA function, enabling the IA function access to records, personnel and physical properties that are relevant to the performance of engagements.

  • IA Essentials #1: Introduction to the International Professional Practices Framework
    An Introduction to the International Professional Practices Framework - The International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF) is a conceptual framework developed by the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) as a Standard and as a set of Guidelines for Internal Auditors. Made up of mandatory guidance and strongly recommended guidance, the IPPF forms the basis of the principles behind all IA activities.

  • IA on the fast track
    In 2014, internal auditors can look forward to a comprehensive professional development programme designed to enhance their skills and capabilities. Since Rule 1207 (10) was introduced by the Singapore Exchange in September 2011, IA has become a much talked about subject. Why? The rule requires the board of a company to provide an opinion, with the concurrence of the Audit Committee, on the adequacy of the company’s internal controls, addressing financial, operational and compliance risks.

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