Weekly Wrap

Weekly Wrap – 6th March 2014

Looking for your organisation’s Island of California – lessons learnt from one of the most famous cartographic errors in history.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 27th February 2014

The use of the Fraud Triangle is a helpful way to understand why the fraud has occurred.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 20th February 2014

For whom the bell tolls – the impact of computerisation on governance, risk and audit.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 13th February 2014

Auditing Mr Nakamoto’s Invention – do we need new approaches to audit disruptive approaches like Bitcoin?
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Weekly Wrap – 6th February 2014

How can we define internal audit for others if we can’t define it for ourselves?[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 30th January 2014

“What do I wear to the Audit Committee?” Why knowing what to wear to a Board Meeting is critical to the success of an organisation’s corporate governance.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 23rd January 2014

What is the “Elevator Problem” and how does it relate to extreme weather risk management?[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 16th January 2014

What are the ramifications of the Chinese (Anti-corruption) Revolution?[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 18th December 2013

A look back on the the events that shaped us in 2013.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 12th December 2013

We look into our crystal ball to see what 2014 may hold.[Read more]