27 May - COVID19 International - Update KPMG
Overview of governmental measures worldwide.
13 May: Internal Audit industry leaders thoughts and opinions on the impact of COVID-19 - Francis King Ltd
Over the past few weeks, we at Francis King have been engaging with senior Internal Audit professionals across a range of industries to understand how Internal Audit department risk agendas have changed in response to COVID-19.
29 April: Report to the Nations | 2020 Global Study on Ocuppational Fraud and Abuse - ACFE
With data from 125 countries and 2,504 real cases of occupational fraud. Discover trends and benchmark your organization.
28 April: What is 'business as usual' in these unprecedented times? - Mazars
Organizations are going through significant disruption and change and audit plans are unlikely to be fit for purpose now. In INTERNAL AUDIT DURING AND BEYOND THE COVID-19 CRISIS, Mazars provides a response to the crisis enabling Heads of Internal Audit to assess the key risks, redefine priorities and prepare for the future.
24 April: IA at a distance: conducting audit engagements remotely - IIA UK & Ireland
Unlock three essential tips to help you conduct audit engagements remotely: communication skills, auditing tools and auditing principles. It’s all about delivering our assurance without losing the human element.
21 April: Free KnowledgeLeader subscription - Protiviti
Free KnowledgeLeader content to help organizations manage through coronavirus challenges
10 April: COVID19 International - Update KPMG
Overview of governmental measures worldwide.
9 April: COVID-19 Hub - IIA UK & Ireland
All relevance updates and guidance on one page.
3 April: Coronavirus crisis: implications on reporting and auditing - Accountancy Europe
Accountancy Europe has published a paper entitled Coronavirus Crisis: Implications on Reporting and Auditing. Companies need to consider running several possible sensitivity analyses to determine whether there is any material uncertainty on its ability to continue as a going concern.
2 April: COVID-19: how to cope as internal audit - IIA Netherlands
IIA Netherlands and IIA Belgium sent out a survey to their CAE members in order to see how they cope during this COVID-19 crisis. 2 April the results and tips were discussed during an online CAE meeting.
31 March: Corona webpage with overview of insights - Deloitte
Public authorities are taking decisive action to respond to the emerging health threat, leading the business community to reconsider the adequacy of their preparedness measures. This page brings together Global Deloitte insights to help businesses manage and mitigate the risk.
31 March: Internal Audit Response to COVID-19 - Deloitte
Following the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), organisations, their environments and their ways of working are evolving rapidly and in ways that had not been previously envisioned. This paper outlines Deloitte’s highlevel views on key Internal Audit (IA) considerations given the mass scale of business disruption caused by COVID-19.
30 March: COVID19 International - Update KPMG
Overview of governmental measures worldwide.
27 March: COVID-19: Practical workforce strategies that put your people first- Deloitte
Responding to the immediate challenge: a framework to view the impact on your people.
27 March: The Heart of Resilient Leadership: Responding to COVID-19 - Deloitte
Guidance on what action leadership can take across six functional areas and three time frames.
26 March: Covid-19 INFORMATION AND SUPPORT - CPA Australia
The outbreak of the Coronavirus has caused great concern across many communities. We are closely monitoring the situation, heeding government advice and taking all required action to protect the health and wellbeing of members and staff. On this page, you’ll find the latest updates to events, CPA Program and Foundation exams, as well as information to support you through this time.
26 March: Impacts of COVID-19 on reporting entities and auditors - magazine In The Black
To reduce the spread of the coronavirus or COVID-19, governments have placed restrictions on the movement of people to and from certain areas and countries. Here we look at the impact on reporting entities and auditors and how authorities are responding.
23 March 2020: How the current Covid-19 situation has been impacting the work of Banks’ Internal Audit Functions?
Experience from 14 CAEs of European SSM Banks in various European countries. Read their practical tips, how it impacts the audit plan and what new risks arise in the current context.
23 March: Actions to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on the EU insurance sector - EIOPA
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA), in close communication and cooperation with the other European Supervisory Authorities and the European Systemic Risk Board, has been monitoring the Coronavirus/COVID-19 situation as the outbreak continues to cause disruption to households and businesses.
22 March 2020: Five Internal Audit Imperatives for Handling the Coronavirus Pandemic - Misti Training Institute
The coronavirus has the potential to be massively disruptive to internal audit activities, which often involve travel, on-site fieldwork, and lots of human interaction. Indeed, at most organizations, it already has been disruptive. So keeping internal audit up and running will take some planning, some creativity, and some hard work. Here are five internal audit imperatives to remain resilient and deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
19 March: Coronavirus and role of internal audit leaders - Huck Chuah & Bart van Loon (KPMG)
This post by KPMG highlights some practical considerations for InternalAudit leaders on their execution of their audit plan, on how work will be done and offers considerations around managing their teams.
18 March 2020: Coronavirus: Business not as usual .. and that applies to internal audit as well.. Blog van James C Paterson
A failure of imagination was one of the key learnings from the 9/11 tragedy, and it looks like many organizations have found themselves with a similar problem with COVID19, and all its knock-on impacts. It may not be a big priority right now, but all organizations who have felt blind-sided by what has happened should be prepared, at the right time, to take a long hard look at their risk management processes.
9 March 2020: Managing the Coronavirus Risks Facing the Internal Audit Function - Blog Antoine van Vlodorp
One of the internal audit’s roles is ensuring the effective management of risk within the first and second lines of defense. Little attention is given to managing risk within the Internal Audit Function (IAF) itself. The emerging risk of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) should trigger an update of the Risk Register of the IAF.
De eerste weken van de coronacrisis liggen achter ons. Als gevolg van onzekerheid, hectiek en korte tijdslijnen was in veel organisaties snelle besluitvorming nodig. Daarbij kan afgeweken zijn van de reguliere interne processen. Lopen organisaties als gevolg van deze situatie onaanvaardbare interne beheersingsrisico’s?
Organisaties maken een grote ontwrichting en verandering door en dit heeft impact op de auditplannen. In 'Internal Audit during and beyond the COVID-19 crisis' (Engels) biedt Mazars een reactie op deze crisis, waardoor hoofden van Internal Audit de belangrijkste risico’s kunnen beoordelen, prioriteiten kunnen herdefiniëren en zich op de toekomst kunnen voorbereiden.
De onderwerpen op deze verzamelpagina zullen u helpen de blootstelling van uw organisatie aan COVID-19 te begrijpen, en nog belangrijker, om uw organisatie veerkrachtig te maken in het licht van deze wereldwijde bedreiging. KPMG helpt met uw vragen en dilemma's.
Veranderingen, zoals digitalisering en verduurzaming, zijn bijzonder ingrijpend en vragen het uiterste van het aanpassingsvermogen. Dat geldt natuurlijk ook voor de gevolgen van extreme gebeurtenissen zoals de verspreiding van het coronavirus. Zijn die mensen (en dus de organisaties) daartoe in staat? Veel blijkt daarbij af te hangen van de houding en het gedrag van mensen en de cultuur van de organisatie.
Omdat we bij ARC People voor veel klanten audits uitvoeren en review werkzaamheden uitvoeren op de dossiers, krijgen we van veel van onze klanten de vraag hoe hier mee om te gaan. Ik geef in deze korte post een aantal tips en ook een aantal redenen om het internal audit werk vooral niet uit te stellen
Blogs Richard Chambers
A new IIA poll of chief audit executives in North America provides a decidedly mixed answer to whether organizations are prepared and whether internal audit is sufficiently involved. The poll, conducted by The IIA's Audit Executive Center, finds more than half of organizations may not be well prepared to address some key factors for returning to the workplace safely.
After weeks of uncertainty and anxiety over the COVID-19 pandemic, sporadic signs of normalcy are beginning to appear. But these signs of normalcy are only mirages. I am certainly not the first to note that business as we knew it before COVID-19 will likely never return.
Each year, the U.S. celebrates the contributions of government workers during its Public Service Recognition Week, which is May 3–9. These celebrations should take on added significance in 2020, in light of the devastating COVID-19 pandemic. Public health workers around the world are the front-line warriors who are giving their time, talent, and energy to fight this terrible scourge while putting their own lives at risk.
27 April: Fraud Report Affirms Internal Audit's Value at Critical Time
Each year, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) publishes a "Report to the Nations," which shares results of its annual Global Fraud Survey. This year's report is no different, except in one very important way: Its message about internal audit's value is needed now more than ever. The pandemic is creating conditions where occupational fraud can thrive.
20 April: COVID-19 Quick Poll: Internal Auditors Cope With Threats While Embracing Opportunities
COVID-19 Impact on Internal Audit, the latest CAE Quick Poll by the Audit Executive Center, provides evidence that many are doing just that. Based on responses from more than 400 North American chief audit executives (CAEs) and directors in a survey conducted April 9–13, the poll found that internal audit functions were actively involved in their organizations' response to COVID-19.
13 April: COVID-19 Is No Black Swan — It's in Technicolor
As internal auditors, we must not only make sense of how COVID-19 is impacting our personal and professional lives; we must take in the overwhelming deluge of risks associated with the pandemic and help our organizations make sense of it. The pandemic is the first significant test of how internal audit will shape its future in the coming decade. How we perform now, and how we are able to demonstrate our value to our organizations, will be crucial — not just for our prosperity, but perhaps for our very survival.
6 April: Are You Sheltering at Home in Color?
It is hard to believe how much has changed in just a few short weeks. The way we work, play, and live our lives has been radically transformed in the blink of an eye. Some are suggesting that life as we knew it may never be the same again.
30 March: Initial Pandemic Responses Didn't Leverage Internal Audit
In last week's blog post, I made the case for internal auditors to step up and demonstrate their value ahead of the looming recession. A new Quick Poll by The IIA's Audit Executive Center (AEC), which looked at how organizations have reacted to COVID-19, provides a decidedly mixed picture of internal audit's role in the time since the World Health Organization declared it a pandemic.
23 March: Pandemic and Looming Recession Demand Internal Audit to Step Up
Having experienced at least six recessions during my career, I know that economic downturns offer both threats and opportunities for internal audit. Organizations facing severe pressures on the bottom line often disproportionately and foolishly penalize internal audit when making budget and staffing reductions.
15 March: 2020 Pulse of Internal Audit: There's Good News and Bad News
The fast-spreading coronavirus (COVID-19) has brought into sharp focus risks on many levels, from employee safety and productivity and supply-chain weaknesses to the extent to which modern economies are globally interdependent. From an internal audit perspective, it offers challenges and opportunities to demonstrate the value that independent assurance can provide to crisis management.
9 March: Coronavirus: Life and Death at the Speed of Risk
The coronavirus outbreak is quickly becoming one of the greatest global risks we have seen in a decade. Its rapid emergence and maturation into an imminent health and economic threat is disrupting businesses and markets, slowing productivity, and generating huge public-health expenditures. The possibility that it could usher in a global recession is real. Yet, the most astounding aspect of this dynamic global threat is that it was not on anyone's radar three months ago.
3 March: Coronavirus: Internal Auditors must do more than Don Masks
The coronavirus is a vivid example of the emerging risks that I have written and spoken about extensively over the past several years. Some are very difficult to foresee, and their ultimate impact is hard to judge. But this difficulty does not mask the truth that COVID-19 presents a clear and compelling danger, not only for the health and well-being of the general population, but for organizations around the world.
IIA Nederland volgt alle informatievoorziening over het coronavirus (COVID-19) op de voet. Wij willen uiteraard voorkomen dat het virus zich verder verspreidt. Wij volgen hiertoe de aanbevelingen en maatregelen van de gezondheidsinstanties.
- Al onze medewerkers werken vanuit huis. We zijn het beste per e-mail bereikbaar: https://www.iia.nl/iia/contact.
- Waar mogelijk worden trainingen omgezet in een webinar. Houd de Academy Calendar in de gaten voor het meest actuele overzicht.
- Zie voor meer informatie over wijzigingen en annuleren artikel 5 en 6 in onze Algemene Voorwaarden.
- Tot onze spijt kan het IIA congres op 11 en 12 juni niet doorgaan. Het bestuur heeft de mogelijkheden om het uit te stellen naar november dit jaar afgewogen. Vanwege COVID-19 en de daarmee gepaard gaande gezondheidsrisico’s is besloten om in 2020 het congres in zijn geheel niet te organiseren. Wie zich had ingeschreven ontvangt een voucher; deze kan worden benut voor andere IIA-trainingen.
- Voor vragen over examens op locatie t.b.v. internationale certificering verwijzen we jullie naar CCMS scenarios en de PearsonVUE COVID-19 pagina.
We hopen dat we met elkaar goed deze periode doorkomen.
Let goed op jezelf en elkaar!
Team IIA Nederland