Internal Audit Essential Component In The Structure Of A Modern Company
Internal audit has become an essential component in the structure of a modern company, providing greater efficiency through a more adequate human and material resources and a better coordination between different departments of a company. Ensuring that the company meets the standards of corporate governance, internal audit contributes to building a reputation for integrity, which will help develop business relationships based on trust. Internal audit helps the organization to achieve its objectives by evaluating through a systematic and methodical approach its risk management processes, control and governance of the enterprise, making proposals to strengthen their effectiveness. The ultimate objective of the audit process is to improve the use of information by communicating the results to interested users.
Volume (Year): 5 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (November)
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