Internal auditors are being stretched thin with demands for not only increased financial reporting compliance, but also work related to fraud detection, contracts, transactions and business performance improvement, according to a new survey.

Ernst & Young surveyed 138 internal audit executives in 24 countries and found that expectations are increasing, with greater focus on enterprise-wide risk assessment and business and operational risk.

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