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Four Hot Topics Internal Audit Should Be Ready To Address In 2018

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Feb 08, 2018

On February 8, 2018, Financial Executives International (FEI) released an article on how as CFOs and other leaders expect internal audit teams to be strategic, focusing more on the risks and issues of the future than only those of the past, just 28 percent of surveyed chief audit executives (CAEs) believe their functions have a strong impact and influence within their organizations.

Heading into 2018, it will therefore be important for CAEs to chart paths toward impacting and influencing their organizations. But to enhance their performance, value, and influence, internal audit groups need to be ready to address a number of high-impact issues with leadership in the year ahead.

Review the full article on FEI's website.

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