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IIA president to join Numerica

Richard Nelson, the current president of the Institute of Internal Auditors will be joining listed accountancy consolidator Numerica later this month.

Link: IIA president calls for better risk management

Nelson will join Numerica’s internal audit and risk management team on 15 September and will spearhead the assurance services that the team provides to the corporate market.

‘I am joining Numerica so that I can apply my experience to help boards not only comply with current and future legislation but to ensure that they are confident in the systems and processes their companies are relying on,’ Nelson said.

Numerica’s chief executive officer, Tony Sarin welcomed the appointment of Nelson, saying he would be a ‘hugely positive addition to the internal audit team’.

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