Internal Audit is the set of procedures for measuring internal controls of an organization, with the objective of better guaranteeing the quality and security of accounting information, as well as regulatory information relevant to the business.
Through its work activities, it serves the administration as a means of identifying whether the internal processes and policies defined by the company, as well as accounting and internal control systems, are being effectively followed and that the transactions carried out are reflected in the accounts in accordance with the criteria previously defined.
It is an activity designed to observe, inquire, question, check and propose changes and procedures, with the purpose of evaluating the efficiency and effectiveness of operational and financial controls and mitigating business risks.
Who does it apply to?
IMPORTANCE OF INTERNAL AUDIT
Internal audit (AI) strengthens corporate governance and the company's operation through risk-based audits that provide assessment and knowledge about the processes and structures that lead the organization to success.
Operational, financial and compliance risks
Rules and Regulations
The concept of technological innovation is quite broad and may involve not only investments in the creation of new products, but also improvements in production processes.
We work together with a team of engineers specialized in identifying and measuring this type of investment. Our work is divided into 4 steps:
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE STRUCTURE
The Three Lines of Defense
Internal Control Measures