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Regional Reflections: Africa
Written By: Arthur Piper

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Africa ReflectionsRegional Reflections: Africa is a customized research report that provides an African perspective on the findings from the 2015 Global Internal Audit Common Body of Knowledge® (CBOK®) Study, the largest ongoing study of internal audit professionals in the world.

Building on the first CBOK release, Driving Success in a Changing World: 10 Imperatives for Internal Audit, this report highlights unique concerns for Africa and provides insights from internal audit leaders there.

Africa’s CAEs are making the case for extra resources but need to continue to secure significant increases in expenditure on automated auditing tools. CAEs need to be seen playing a lead role in their organizations — and in their ambition for their departments, its skills, and training.

Ongoing changes in African economies and governance systems have created notable differences between regions within Africa, which are described in this report.


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