More internal auditors are reporting to their organizations’ chief executive officers than before, according to a semi-annual study by the Institute of Internal Auditors.
Of the chief audit executives who participated in the IIA’s most recent Pulse the Profession survey, 70 percent currently report administratively to either their CEO or their chief financial officer – with the number reporting to the former growing significantly.
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