Internal audit and the NED
Non executive directors (NEDs) - particularly those who sit on the audit committee - play a key role in ensuring that an organisation manages its risk.
Internal audit provides the audit committee with information on the effectiveness of risk management, internal control systems and corporate governance processes so a strong relationship between internal audit and NEDs is important. It is not surprising that many internal auditors consider a role as a NED at some point in their career. These resources will help you consider whether a NED role could be part of your career.
- Get on board as a non-exec
- What is the role of the Non-Executive Director?
- Making the transition from internal audit to a NED
- Where angels fear...internal audit and board effectiveness
- Who can be an NED or trustee?
- Why it pays to be a NED
- When is it the right time to start exploring an NED role in my career - part 1
- When is it the right time to start exploring an NED role in my career - part 2
- Becoming a NED
- Ethical requirements for NEDs and trustees
- The role of NEDs in financial reporting and auditing
- NED aspirations
- Effective communications - conversations with NEDs
- Effective communications with NEDs - accountability
- Effective communications with NEDs - the report and the reporting process
- Changing the Chemistry - an organisation that aims to increase diversity on all types of Boards
- Inspiring governance - prepare for a NED directorship by becoming a school governor.