Acknowledging the evolving and crucial role of internal audit in today’s ever-changing business environment, Accounting Today magazine recently selected Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) President and CEO Richard F. Chambers, CIA, QIAL, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA, as among the 100 most influential thought leaders and visionaries. The list of 100 includes a range of leading public and private sector executives.
“Chambers works tirelessly to help (The IIA’s) 190,000 members grapple with issues they face,” the magazine stated, “from the difficulties of auditing ‘big data,’ to the challenges women face in the field, and everyone’s difficulty attracting enough young professionals.”
Chambers’ career in internal audit and association leadership spans more than 40 years. He is a champion of high professional standards and ethical conduct, and is committed to advocating for the internal audit profession around the world, educating influential government officials and standard-setting bodies about the important role internal auditors play. Under Chambers’ leadership, The IIA partners with a number of national and global organizations on key initiatives to advance the profession.
Read the full article at the website of IIA Global.