Internal Audit

The business environment of the 21st century requires a new focus from public, private and not-for-profit organizations on compliance and operations. We understand that companies need help in assessing the effectiveness and efficiency of organizational practices and core business operation.

We take the time to understand our client's business environment, systems, and processes in order to help them develop an effective internal audit program. Unlike traditional internal audit approaches that tend to be narrowly focused, we strive to provide value-added services that leverage the extensive "hands-on" operational and financial experience of our seasoned team of professionals.

Focusing on critical areas of financial reporting, we identify compliance and operational risk, recognizing weaknesses of existing internal controls.  We offer multiple types of outsourcing to meet your needs.

Total Outsourcing

100 percent of the internal audit services are obtained from external sources, usually on an ongoing basis.

Partial Outsourcing

Less than 100 percent of the internal audit services are obtained from external source, usually on an ongoing basis. 


External resources participate on joint engagements with in-house internal audit staff.  Engagements may be ongoing or for specific terms.


Specific engagement or portion of some engagement is performed by an external party, typically for a limited time period.  Management and oversight of the engagement normally is provided by in-house internal audit staff.

Our team is experienced in providing value-added solutions tailored to specific business objectives, and we deliver sound advice on building infrastructure and setting up the organization to serve their long-term growth and development strategies.  As your provider, we offer the following:

  • Assurance – regarding governance, risk management, and control processes
  • Process Improvement – with insight and recommendations
  • Efficiency – with recommendations based on process assessment 
  • Accountability – to regulators, external auditors and management as a source of independent evaluation and monitoring