Maximising the value of the internal audit
We help you create a future-facing Internal Audit function that enhances value for you
Our approach to internal audit focuses on helping clients to identify and prioritise enterprise risks that can impact shareholder value, and building and executing audit plans that address the most critical risks.
We also work to drive down internal audit costs and boost efficiency by streamlining processes, reassessing goals and activities, sharpening the focus on value-adding processes and leveraging technology.
Our objective is to enable our internal audit clients to play a higher-value, more strategic role in their organisations.
We live in unprecedented economic times. Given the current economic environment and ever increasing emerging risks, internal audit departments are increasingly required to deliver higher value at reduced or flat costs. PwC leverages its global internal audit methodology to achieve these dual objectives.
Our core IAS team consists of a number of specialists having experience in many industries (including financial services and public sector). We are actively participating in development of Internal Audit profession in Poland by presenting at conferences, writing articles and organising events for industry groups.
Members of our team hold professional qualifications including CIA, CISA, CFE, ACCA, CPA, KIBR.
Our internal audit sourcing services are based on our skill focused „Hub and Spokes” model. Our core internal audit specialists serve as the engagement hub, and draw on the spokes, the firm’s functional and industry practitioners, to provide our clients with subject matter specialists.
Welcome to Resilience, a new PwC journal that tackles strategy, risk management and sustainability issues for businesses in today's uncertain world.
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