News from The IIA

Report
Institute of Internal Auditors
Serving the Global Internal Audit Profession
Phil Tarling, CIA, CRMA, CMIIA
IIA Past Chairman of the Board
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The Global IIA in 2014
187,000
Members
190
108
Institutes
157
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Countries
Chapters
Additional Global Statistics
• 124,000 CIAs
• 13,800 CRMAs
• 6,500 CCSAs
• 6,000 CFSAs
• 3,600 CGAPs
• 600 full and part-time staff
• $134.9 million in global revenue, 2013 est.
• $12.8 million of net contribution, 2013 est.
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Our Global Efforts Are Driven By A
Global Strategic Plan
The IIA’s Core Purpose
• To advance the profession and its value
around the world.
The IIA’s Big Audacious Goal
• Internal audit professionals will be universally
recognized as indispensible to effective
governance, risk management, and control.
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Global Strategic Plan:
The Strategic Goals
Goal A: PROFESSIONALISM
The IIA will be the driving force for the development of highperforming internal audit professionals, indispensible to their
organizations
Goal B: MEMBERSHIP/VALUE PROPOSITION
The IIA will deliver the value that compels current, future, and former
internal auditors to be members
Goal C: ADVOCACY
The IIA will have positively raised the profile of, and demand for,
professional internal auditing, globally
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Global Strategic Plan:
The Strategic Goals
Goal D: GOVERNANCE
The IIA will have a global operating model in place where all
affiliated institutes are aligned on core principles
Goal E: FINANCIAL
IIA Global operations will be self-sufficient financially with
adequate reserves to carry out its core purpose and strategic
direction.
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Key IIA Global Accomplishments in 2013
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New version of IPPF launched
First digital books launched
Three-part CIA exam launched
CRMA exam launched
Secured seat on the IIRC
International Conference in July in Orlando
IFAC MOU signed
Draft MRA exposed
IPPF Relook Task Force launched
Project Umbrella Study launched
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IIA Global: The Agenda for 2014
– New affiliation Model Option Study for New, Small
and Emerging Institutes
– Global Council – Dubai, UAE
– Seek FSB recognition of IIA Standards
– London International Conference – July
– 2015-2019 Global Strategic Planning Initiative
– CGAP Reengineering Project
– CBOK 2015 ramp-up
– Global Task Force completion of the “IPPF Relook”
– Launch Internal Audit Leadership Credential
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The IPPF Relook Initiative
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Global taskforce established
Framework being evaluated – focused on structure;
not content
Preliminary indication – substantive changes will
be proposed
Executive Committee of Board, Global Council
supportive of what they see thus far
Potential public exposure of possible changes in Aug
– Oct window
Optimistically:
– New Framework by Jan, 2015
– Fully populated new Framework by Jan, 2016
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Focus on Public Sector
•Internal audit is fundamental component of good
governance
•Contributes to transparency in, and accountability for,
the use of public resources and advancing efficient,
effective, ethical and economic public administration
governance
•The Standards are globally recognized as providing
effective guidance for the internal auditing profession.
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Collaboration with Supreme
Audit Institutions
•Promote good governance, risk management and controls in
the public sector to better protect the public interest
•Support of INTOSAI – Associate Members
•Memorandum of Understanding with:
Superior Audit Office of Mexico
Contraloría General de la Republica de Costa Rica
Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation
Ministry of Finance Montenegro
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It’s All About Serving Our Members!
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Thank You!
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