Auditing in different industry sectors
From banking to telecommunications, each sector presents its own particular challenges to the audit profession.
Hear from fellow professionals working in a range of industry sectors.
John Webb FCCA looks at the importance of providing objective assurance on present risk and anticipating future risks.
Now that every NHS organisation has an internal audit function providing an annual head of internal audit opinion on its system of internal control, governance and risk management, what does this mean for you?
In this article, Karen Lowe talks about the diverse nature of the internal audit work she has undertaken in local government.
Graeme Clarke explains what it means to be an internal auditor in the rapidly changing social (affordable) housing sector.
There’s a learning curve to being an internal auditor in further education. Graeme Clarke explains why.
Laura Hallez shares her experience of being an internal auditor in higher education.
Manan Sagar considers the increasingly important role of internal audit within the age-old insurance sector.
The internal audit function is crucial in a large telecommunications company, as BT’s James Grigor explains.
Charities and the NHS
Khushboo Bajaria shares her experiences of being an internal auditor in both a charity and the NHS – and reveals which area she prefers.
Oil and gas industry
David Watton discusses some of the major changes he’s seen to internal audit during his 20 years in the oil and gas industry.