4 Key Points: Internal Audit Versus Risk Management

There are gaps and different viewpoints on internal audit versus risk management. It begins by recognizing that there should be a relationship between the two areas.

In theory, everyone in the company should be concerned with risk management, but not all support or plan risk management, unlike in internal auditing, says Jo Willaert, Corporate Risk Manager at Belgium's Agfa-Gevaert Group.

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