The IIA’s Audit Executive Center (AEC) is an exclusive member-based resource for chief audit executives (CAEs), enabling them to be more successful and relevant in all that they do. For over seven years, the AEC has assisted CAEs in responding to the unique challenges, emerging risks, and increasing demands of the internal audit profession.
The mission of the AEC is to remain the essential resource for CAEs by providing exclusive leadership development, training, networking opportunities, solutions-based content, and benchmarking tools, enabling CAEs to be more successful, empowered, connected, and relevant in all that they do.
Activities in support of this mission include, but are not limited to:
Timely, insightful, solution-based thought leadership.
Audit Intelligence Suite with benchmarking reports to gauge your audit function performance, skills assessments to evaluate team members’ proficiency, and surveys to gain stakeholder feedback.
Beneficial, cost-effective training for CAEs.
Information of interest through ongoing communication.
Join the Center
With approximately 600 members, the Center is a comprehensive program for CAEs from a variety of industries and organizations of all sizes across the globe. Three levels of membership are offered, containing a variety of benefits allowing you to choose the program best suited for you and your internal audit function.
Learn more about the benefits you receive as part of your Center membership. Three levels of membership are offered — Essential, Expanded, and All Access ― each designed to serve your unique internal audit function needs.
The Audit Executive Center is led by Harold Silverman, Managing Director, CAE Services, and supported by an Advisory Council of experienced internal auditor volunteers.
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About The IIA
The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) is the internal audit profession’s most widely recognized advocate, educator, and provider of standards, guidance, and certifications. Established in 1941, The IIA today serves more than 200,000 members from more than 170 countries and territories. The association’s global headquarters are in Lake Mary, Fla. For more information, visit