CFOs and audit committee chairs are not getting enough insights into corporate risk management from their companies’ internal audit function, according to a new survey.

KPMG polled more than 400 CFOs and audit committee chairs at companies with between $1 billion and $50 billion in revenue (including more than 200 in the U.S.) to learn what insights internal audit functions are providing, and where companies believe internal audit can provide more value.

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