ECIIA and EIRG (European Institute Research Group) organised a webinar on Internal Audit vs Macroeconomic and Geopolitical Uncertainty.
Chief Audit Executives ranked Macroeconomic and Geopolitical Uncertainty as the third biggest risk to organisations in the report’s quantitative survey – jointly with changes to laws and regulations. This is its highest position since the survey began in 2018. However Macroeconomic and Geopolitical Uncertainty ranked last place in terms of internal audit effort in this year’s survey. But that could be partly a consequence of the peculiar nature of the risk because huge amounts of effort are expended on the consequences of those threats. During this webinar we will explore what are the threats CAEs are most concerned about and, above all, how can Internal Audit help the organizations better address the challenges posed by Macroeconomic and Geopolitical Uncertainty.
If you could not attend, the recording is available below.
- Paolo Nasi, Executive Director – Head of Corporate and Finance Audit at Intesa Sanpaolo
- Alessandro Nespoli, Chief Compliance & Internal Audit Officer at Prysmian Group
- Arleen McGichen, Chief Audit Officer & Director at Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors
- Pascale Vandenbussche, Secretary-General at ECIIA