A trustworthy, global, guidance-setting body, The IIA provides internal audit professionals worldwide with authoritative guidance organized in the IPPF as mandatory guidance and recommended guidance. The updated Framework was introduced in July Take a look at the video to learn more about it. The revisions include the addition of two new standards, alignment of the Standards to the Core Principles, and updates to existing standards. All new implementation guides are available to help you with the key changes to the Standards.
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International Standards 1. It helps an organisation accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes. Core principles The core principles articulate internal audit effectiveness and they should all be present and operating effectively.
Demonstrates integrity. Demonstrates competence and due professional care. Is objective and free from undue influence independent. Aligns with the strategies, objectives, and risks of the organization.
Is appropriately positioned and adequately resourced. Demonstrates quality and continuous improvement. Communicates effectively. Is insightful, proactive, and future-focused. Promotes organisational improvement. Code of ethics The internal audit profession is founded on the trust placed in its objective assurance about risk management, control, and governance. The code of ethics provides principles and rules of conduct relating to integrity, objectivity, confidentiality and competency. Read more about the code of ethics 4.
International Standards The International Standards is an authoritative set of guidance consisting of statements of basic requirements for the practice of internal audit and interpretations that clarify terms or concepts within those statements.
The Standards were last updated on 1 January The structure of the Standards is divided between attribute and performance standards: Attribute standards address the attributes of organisations and individuals performing internal auditing. Performance standards describe the nature of internal auditing and provide quality criteria against which the performance of these services can be measured.
Two kinds of guidance are produced:.
Standards & Guidance — International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF)