by Glenn Cheney
Altamonte Springs, Fla. — The Institute of Internal Auditors has long been an advocate of a more ethical and effective “tone at the top” — the clear intent of upper management that fraud and financial misrepresentation will not be tolerated. Now IIA president David A. Richards is calling on internal auditors to help raise the tone at the top to “a new dimension,” one which the world has just begun to explore, that of sustainable development.
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