IIA Singapore Blog
The Institute of Internal Auditors Singapore blogs reflect the personal views and opinions of the authors. These views may differ from policies and official statements of The Institute of Internal Auditors Singapore and its committees and from opinions endorsed by the bloggers’ employers.
|New Year Resolutions For Internal Auditors
By Antonio Martinez
This is wishing you a belated Happy Solar New Year; and an early Happy Lunar New Year!
|Four Invaluable Joys Young Auditors Can Expect From The Audit Profession
By Sia Nam Chie
The audit profession has given me a solid foundation of diverse skill sets. Such footing lets me excel in the roles I take on, making my life journey both exciting, inspiring and fulfilling – to which I certainly have no regrets.
|Food for Thought: Feasibility of Permanent Remote Work for an Internal Audit Department?
By Koh Wei Chern
When the World Health Organization declared Covid-19 a global pandemic on 11 March 2020 , many organisations were forced to have their employees work from home in a bid to reduce the spread of the virus particularly during the Circuit Breaker.
|When Adios Doesn’t Mean Goodbye
By Jonathan Ho
I have just stepped down from the IIA Singapore Board of Governors (BOG) after 6 years of service.
|Five Reasons You Should Sign Up For The CIA Challenge Exam
By Sia Nam Chie
If you are an internal audit practitioner and belong to one of the Qualified Accounting Bodies, here are five reasons you should sign up for the Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) Challenge Exam.
|Why Internal Audit?
By Nicodemus Tan
Many years ago, when I was overseeing an internal audit function in China, one of my internal auditors came to me crying. Her colleagues had accused her of being a traitor to Singaporeans by “writing bad things” about them which caused them to be fired.
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