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Internal auditors pursue assurance that internal controls are working. This is not risk management. Rather, it focuses on the cost, efficiency, and effectiveness of processes, including risk management. From a risk management perspective, internal audit focuses specifically on whether a risk is actually being avoided, reduced, or transferred. The internal audit team examines operating activities, the consistency of procedures, and compliance with directives. Then the internal auditor prepares a report for management that identifies weaknesses and failures to follow policies.

 

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