Survey Says… Deeper Engagement by Internal Audit Benefits Fraud Risk Management
July 28, 2020
“Fraud Risk Management in Internal Audit,” the newest release from the Internal Audit Foundation and Kroll, shares global survey results that say deeper engagement by internal audit leads to a stronger, more robust fraud risk management program.
This free report offers global perceptions on internal audit’s role in assessing, preventing, detecting, and investigating fraud risk. It provides data on roles, responsibilities, structures, and tools used by internal audit teams, as well as challenges and barriers that arise when they take the lead in fraud risk management.
The survey says internal auditors may be well-placed to play an increasingly important role in managing fraud risk and feeding into more strategic analysis and decision-making.