The role of the internal audit function is critical for the success of any risk management framework within an organization. The main obligation of internal auditors is to evaluate whether other risk systems and controls in place within the firm are operating effectively to manage and mitigate risks or not. Such an independent evaluation of the firm’s control functions will go a long way in enriching the systems and procedures that are followed.
We believe in establishing a solid business relationship with our clients based on transparency and continuous communication so as to enhance the quality of the internal audit functions that we perform. We encourage our clients to participate in every step of the audit programme, to arrive at comprehensive solutions that are an advantage to every firm that we work with.
Our internal audit specialists adopt a risk-based approach in evaluating the client’s operational effectiveness, financial systems and controls and compliance with laws and regulations. In addition to that, while preparing our audit plan and report, we also consider challenges and opportunities applicable to the organization. Our internal audit report also contains recommendations for the firm to implement, which are formulated keeping in mind the firm’s objectives and limitations.