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Internal auditors win charter

Chartered status for body that safeguards quality of internal audit

The Institute of Internal Auditors is to become a chartered body. The body
will become the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors from 1st of October
this year.

Institute Chief Executive, Dr Ian Peters said, “The award of chartered status
is a timely boost to our strategy. The internal audit profession has much to
contribute to the corporate governance arena. Our aim is to increase our
involvement in the development of public policy and also ensure that individual
organisations have the highest levels of specialist internal auditing knowledge
and skills.”

The institute was formed in 1948 and hit the headlines recently when it
claimed that internal audit departments were being
under
resourced
.

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