Auditing at the Speed of Risk!

Just as risks are ever changing, so should our plans for managing them be. Internal audit must do away with tired approaches to risk management and adopt more dynamic practices in order to keep up with industry changes. Otherwise, the audit department may find themselves continually playing catch up when it comes to handling the various challenges ...


Conducting An Antitrust Audit: A Primer

There are a number of “tells” indicative of anticompetitive conduct. If you’ve witnessed this behavior firsthand, or if you suspect that it’s going on, an antitrust audit is in order. This underused tool is often eschewed because it’s believed to be costly and disruptive, but the benefits of an antitrust audit in terms of risk avoidance can ...

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Combating P-Card Fraud

According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, fraudulent use of purchase cards, or p-cards, is one of the most commonly occurring types of employee fraud, and a 2013 survey reveals that risk related to internal fraud and abuse is an area of highest concern.

Corporate Governance: Hidden Cracks Still Remain

In business, corporate governance is often equated with proxy voting, shareholder rights, and board directors’ oversight duties. But its fundamental purpose is to ensure that an organization is effectively directed and controlled, which is a significant undertaking (to put it mildly).