Join Us Washington, D.C.1Join Us Washington, D.C.As the regulatory environment continues to become more complex, the Financial Services Exchange, Sept. 16–17 in Washington, DC, is the event for internal auditors to learn and share leading practices to navigate through the associated risks.REGISTER TODAY1 Us Washington, D.C.
Podcast: Disruptive Technology and the Workforce of the Future1PodcastIn this episode, Cassian Jae is joined by Chris Paulison from Grant Thornton to discuss technology and the internal audit workforce of the future.LISTEN NOW1 Disruptive Technology and the Workforce of the Future
Knowledge Brief1Knowledge BriefWith regulatory requirements constantly changing, maintaining compliance can be a challenge. Organizations regularly face examination findings and enforcement actions for noncompliance issues, particularly in the financial services industry.LEARN MORE1 Brief
The 2019 Financial Services Regulatory and Legislative Landscape1The 2019 Financial Services Regulatory and Legislative LandscapeRepresentatives from The IIA’s federal legislative and regulatory partner Covington & Burling will offer insights on the impact of policymaking in Washington D.C. on the financial services industry. Earn 1 CPE credit.REGISTER TODAY1 2019 Financial Services Regulatory and Legislative Landscape



Pulse Report: Financial Services Focus​Each year, the Pulse produces the latest intelligence about established and emerging issues that are important to the profession as well as internal audit management.<br><br><img alt="Pulse Report" src="/centers/fsac/about/news/PublishingImages/PULSE-85-100.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />5/13/2019 4:00:00 AM Report: Financial Services Focus
Utilizing Complaints to Understand Culture<p>​Learn five steps to maximize the value of data gathered from complaints and concerns, an area sometimes overlooked by internal audit.<br></p><img alt="" src="/centers/fsac/about/news/PublishingImages/FSAC-KB-CULTURE-85-100.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />4/9/2019 4:00:00 AM Complaints to Understand Culture
Knowledge Brief: Enhancing IT Assurance and AdviceAdopting progressively mature approaches to emerging cybersecurity risks can position internal audit to become proactive. <br><img alt="" src="/centers/fsac/about/news/PublishingImages/FSAC-KB-CYBER-85-100.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />2/27/2019 5:00:00 AM Brief: Enhancing IT Assurance and Advice

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Financial Services Audit Center

Welcome to the Financial Services Audit Center, the premier resource for auditors in the financial services industry. Supported by The IIA – the internal audit profession’s global voice, recognized authority, acknowledged leader, chief advocate, and principal educator – the center was established to provide financial services auditors with low-cost, high-quality professional development; networking opportunities for knowledge sharing among financial services stakeholders; and ongoing, timely, and relevant reporting on trends, benchmarking, and thought leadership in the profession. The Center is committed to advancing the professional practice of auditing in the Financial Services industry by aggregating industry news, innovations, and key insights into a singular resources. Learn more or check out our frequently asked questions.​​​