Tag Archives: Risk & Assurance

Risk Exposure

I have travelled through Kabul recently and watch the driving which is a push your way in to a gap that your vehicle virtually fits, no second thought to the risk of damaging the vehicle itself. Then you watch the people who wander across the road in front of vehicles and do not seem phased by the closeness of the vehicles that pass. Sometimes this is families with children and been sitting in the road to beg, maybe this is a means to an end and a choice taken away and therefore their tolerance is increased. Is it the fact that they have lived through turmoil and that they do not perceive the risk in the same way as someone who is not exposed to these risks. Continue reading

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A risk-based approach to internal audit planning

How do we decide whether we’ve got our frequencies right? Well, there are several considerations Continue reading

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Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance is a hot topic at the moment, so I think it is probably an opportune time to re-post this excellent article that was written for this blog some time ago by Chris Baker, Technical Director at the Institute … Continue reading

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