Why you should connect compliance and internal audit
Are you working closely with your internal audit team? If the answer is no, consider the following.
Developing a relationship between compliance and internal audit is crucial as you begin to plan—performing gap analyses and rationalizing controls currently in place—for the next year. Partnering will help reveal any red flags, inefficiencies, and areas for improvement before they become a problem.
Watch this two-minute video. Tom Fox, attorney and FCPA expert, invites you to take a look into your compliance program from a new perspective.
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About the Author
Ernest Anunciacion, Director of Product Marketing, brings over 15 years of experience in internal audit, risk management, and business advisory consulting to Workiva. Ernest is a Certified Internal Auditor and Six Sigma Black Belt. He holds an undergraduate degree and an executive MBA from the Carlson School of Business at the University of Minnesota.