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Internal Audit

Our internal audit professionals look strategically at how firms can add value, reduce costs and improve efficiency.

The end game in an internal audit is no longer limited to focusing on the processes and controls surrounding financial reporting. Internal audit now has a more strategic role. It can create value by identifying enterprise-wide risks, leveraging synergies, monitoring and providing early warning of new risks, and improving processes and efficiency.

When you need sourcing assistance—internal audit outsourcing, co-sourcing/partnering or loaned staff—our internal audit services can help you move your internal audit function to the next level.

To help improve your business productivity and mitigate risks, our internal audit services include the use of Auditor Assistant—an integrated software solution that enhances collaboration, automation and insight into your organization; and helps you efficiently manage and conduct operational, IT and financial audits and engagements.

Why McGladrey

There’s no “one-size-fits all” at McGladrey. Our years of experience have taught us that every client comes to us with unique needs.

We’ve helped hundreds of organizations up their game and increase the strategic value of their internal audit investment. Isn’t it time to see what’s involved? Give us a call to start the discussion.

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Internal audit outsourcing, streamlined processes encourage bank growth

McGladrey’s depth of services prepared Investors Bank for significant growth, cutting costs, improving performance and satisfying regulatory demands.

  • October 23, 2013
One size does not fit all: Scaling internal audit to fit your company

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One size does not fit all: Scaling internal audit to fit your company

Internal audit is a flexible function and does not have to fit the traditional mold. Learn how proper scaling adds value to your control environment.

  • Corey Saunders
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  • October 18, 2013

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NASDAQ withdraws proposed rule change requiring listed companies to have an internal audit function

Update: According to the Nasdaq OMX Group, NASDAQ has decided to withdraw its proposal to require listed companies to have an internal audit function

  • March 27, 2013

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Emerging trends in internal audit and compliance

Learn important practices to keep in mind to ensure optimal compliance with health care’s ever-changing regulations.

Health Care Internal Audit: Identifying Prevalent Risks within Your Organization

With recently heightened regulatory requirements and a highly competitive business environment, it's critical for your health care organization to evaluate and address risk.

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