What we do
Internal auditing is an independent,objective assurance and consulting activity that strengthens and protects organisations.About Us
Internal auditors support achievement of organisation objectives with pragmatic insights that strengthen governance and improve business processes. We strive to make a positive difference from the boardroom to the front line, which maintains trust and confidence in the organisation.Find out more
What's your potential? Rise to the call of reaching your potential by launching an internal audit career right here in New Zealand. Are you starting out in your career or getting ready to rise and side-step, taking your skills to a new challenge? Your journey into internal audit starts here with IIA NZ.Careers in Internal Audit
There is no greater compliment nor mark of respect than to nominate an individual or an internal audit team who have reached the bar or have propelled beyond all expectations. It's neither the loudest nor the longest nor the flashiest presentation but the quality, the commitment and longevity in staying the course. Equally, it's about neither age nor academic qualifications; rather it's about growth, engagement and professional development.
The IIA NZ 2019 award categories are:
Nominations close Friday 18 October 2019.
A trustworthy, global, guidance-setting body, the IIA provides internal audit professionals worldwide with authoritative guidance through the IPPF as both mandatory guidance and recommended guidance.
The International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF) is broken down into three components which are required and are essential for professional practice of internal auditing. The three components are
To support best practice, IIA Global provide publications of best practice and advisories guidance documents known as:
These standards apply globally, and more than 185,000 internal auditors work within this framework. More information on the framework, standards and guidance is available on the IIA Global website.
Conformance with these standards is required and essential for the professional practice of internal auditing. Questions about the standards should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Code of Ethics is the authoritative guidance for the internal audit profession from the Global Institute of Internal Auditors, and is part of the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF).
The code states the principles and expectations that govern the behaviour of individuals and organisations in the conduct of internal auditing. It describes the minimum requirements for conduct, and behavioural expectations rather than specific activities.
The Code's principles are: