Although the government cancelled the requirement, resilience disclosures ‘cannot be wasted effort’, says senior auditco chair.
Here are some key questions for board directors to consider in advance of embarking on an internal investigation.
Resilience will be required to face a ‘poly-crisis’ of immediate and simultaneous risk issues, internal auditors believe.
Leveraging internal audit can help boards not only to identify and assess risks but to highlight opportunities in volatile times.
The detail of the new regulations has been fleshed out—and could catch many more companies than expected.
New government requirements mean boards will need to disclose planned responses to risks—leading to tough choices, a recent briefing heard.
Geopolitical risk is here to stay, but businesses may not be ready for the next major incident, says report from IIA and Airmic.
The government’s reform proposals include seeking disclosures from many non-financial public interest entities.
Shared audit’s £1bn cost; failed UK energy firms had no internal audit; governance rules for all; is climate risk reporting an SEC matter?
Two-thirds of internal audit chiefs support attempts to strengthen directors’ duties to “promote, monitor and assess” corporate culture.