Internal Auditing

 Our goal is to provide an objective, consistent and independent service to management and senior stakeholders.


These are the stages a typical audit follows:


Determine objectives, scope, timing and resources.

May involve: 

  • Process discussions,
  • Information gathering,
  • Relationship building.


Test processes, transactions and controls.  Analyze test results and formulate conclusions. 

May involve: 

  • Direct observation,
  • Shadowing,
  • Document review,
  • Transaction testing.


Communicate audit results to audit client, management and stakeholders. 

May involve: 

  • Informal exit summaries for a collaborative review,
  • Recommendations to ensure best practices,
  • Management responses.