The Role of Internal Audit in Corporate Governance to Substantiate the Decision


Apart from the available research in the field, which is mainly based on quantitative data, the present study uses a wide range of qualitative data in order to detect certain more profound attitudes in the relationship between internal auditing and stakeholders. Investors may wish to provide assurance about the objectives and consultancy on risks and supervision. The success of efficient and effective functioning of corporate governance mechanisms requires integrity, ethical values and professional skills in the active participation of professionals. The research is focused on the relationship between business decision-making and governance. The issues upon which the research is focused relate to the degree of involvement of various stakeholders in corporate governance, especially risk management and internal audit

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