Ian Peters, CEO of the Chartered IIA, presented certificates to the winners of the 2016 Audit & Risk Awards at an event following the first day of the institute's annual conference.
The winners of the 2016 Audit & Risk Awards, sponsored by Mazars, are an eclectic group - but all showed exemplary standards and demonstrated inspirational levels of performance. So who are they?
Nominations for the Audit & Risk Awards 2016 close at midnight tonight. Don't miss out. Nominate someone today.
Nominations for the only awards dedicated to internal auditors in the UK and Ireland will close on 1 June. There is still time to nominate, so don't delay.
The deadline for the Audit & Risk Awards 2016 is fast approaching. Here are a few reasons why you should enter.
There is less than one month to go before the close of nominations for the annual Audit & Risk Awards, brought to you in association with Mazars, so make sure that you have made your submissions before the 1 June deadline by heading to auditandrisk.org.uk/awards2016.
The deadline for nominations is 1 June. But don't leave it until the last minute. Here are five key reasons why you need to enter now.
Now in their second year the Audit & Risk awards, sponsored by Mazars, are well under way. Since we launched we have received a number of questions about the nomination process and so have decided to answer them for you here. If you have any further queries, please get in touch. Otherwise, head to the nomination form and enter before it’s too late.
360 Assurance took home the silverware for the Outstanding Team, Public Sector category in the Audit & Risk Awards 2015. The win came as welcome recognition of the firm’s innovation and the Clinical Quality Team’s hard work.
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