HOIA

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AcronymDefinition
HOIAHermann Ohlthaver Institute for Aeronomy (South Africa)
HOIAHeads of Internal Audit (UK)
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Chairman of the National Bank of Kyrgyzstan Tolkunbek Abdygulov met with the heads of internal audit services of the Advisory Council and the Asian Development Bank, the National Bank said.
In his keynote message at the national conference and annual general meeting of the Committee of Heads of Internal Audit Departments/Units in Nigerian Universities (CHIADINU) at Kwara State University (KWASU), Malete on Tuesday, Justice Salami emphasized that Nigeria was at a threshold of monumental disaster if drastic measures were not taken to 'avoid the holocaust' that corruption could bring.
The survey was conducted among over 100 top senior executives such as chief executive officers, chief financial officers, chief risk officers, business leaders and heads of internal audit.
The survey included interviews with chief financial officers, chief compliance officers, general counsel and heads of internal audit.
The executives included chief financial officers, chief compliance officers, general counsel and heads of internal audit.
The study involved the sending out of questionnaires to the heads of internal audit of 658 organizations in both private and government sectors, and including all companies listed at the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) (now, Bursa Malaysia).
Include key upper management personnel along with the treasurer, comptroller and tax director and heads of internal audit, IT, corporate risk, human resources and legal.
Some years ago, I informally asked a range of individuals who were heads of internal audit functions in their companies about how their company responds to whistleblowing cases.
Respondents were mainly CFOs and heads of internal audit, legal services and compliance departments in their respective companies.
Several risk managers and heads of internal audit told FM that they and their colleagues in other financial institutions had warned their boards "for years" that they were at risk because of their dependence on certain product lines, particularly in the property market, but their concerns were ignored.
According to wide-ranging new research undertaken by PricewaterhouseCoopers on behalf of the Institute of Internal Auditors - UK & Ireland, the overwhelming majority of business leaders and heads of internal audit see IT as strategically important to the future success of their business.
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