United Arab Emirates (UAE) has come a long way since its establishment in 1971. The visionary leaders of the nation have transformed the country into a world class destination with its renowned infrastructure, strong trading heritage, well-established ports, and logistical infrastructure.
Dubai has emerged as among the top three re-exporting centres in the world, while Fujairah has established itself as one of the main three bunkering ports in the world. No wonder, businessmen all over the world come to the UAE to set up operations. We believe that UAE market will continue to flourish due to ongoing rise of local business expansions, Expo 2020, foreign investment and multinational companies expanding their operations in the UAE. Accordingly, we came out with a practical guide that offers insight into doing business in the UAE.
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Internal auditing is designed to add value and improve an organization's operations. It helps an organization to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes. Senior management considers internal auditing as a source of independent and expert advice. Internal auditing is an important tool that helps organisations to achieve its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach.
But does internal audit deliver always? Don’t institutions and organisations that failed (such as Lehman Brothers) also have internal audit function? In this report, based on our experience and expertise, we have identified five key principles for an effective internal audit. To know more, please download the document.