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Internal Auditing Services in Dubai

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An organisation’s failure to manage risks effectively can ultimately lead to its demise. Organisations therefore need a focused approach to internal audit and risk management. Alya tailors its internal audit to your organisation’s sector, size, risk appetite and regulatory requirements.

We focus on delivering a bespoke internal audit solution that provides the assurance and advice you need and suits the way you do business. We assist with outsourcing/co-sourcing, internal audit transformation and internal audit start-up, as well as helping clients improve their internal controls to boost efficiency and value. We can provide extensive knowledge, sector specialisms and technical risk expertise, which we will tailor to your individual needs.

Identify and mitigate the most serious risks to your business

Our risk-based approach identifies the strategic, operational and financial risks where organisations require assurance and advice. Alya then works to ensure that your systems, processes, people and working practices are all aligned for the purpose of managing risks and achieving your business objectives. We identify areas of control weakness and then agree with management prioritized corrective actions, setting out a clear path for continual improvement and risk mitigation. 

Audit Services in UAE

Our Internal Auditing Service in Dubai Includes

Management Audit

A management audit is an assessment of how well an organization's management team is applying its strategies and resources.

Management Audit

Since it is a complete evaluation of the company’s internal management, identify any problems, and to rectify them.
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Operational Audit

An operational audit is with the objective of pointing out improvements that will increase its efficiency and effectiveness.

Operational Audit

Evaluates the company’s operations in terms of its efficiency, effectiveness as well as economy and reporting the results to the concerned authorities.
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Investigation Audit

Forensic audit normally required to have the number of skill and background that add up to the auditing and accounting skill.

Investigation Audit

Investigation audit is concerned with the identification of any fraud, embezzlement, or mismanagement of the company’s finances by assessing its financial processes.
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Supply Chain Audit

This is to estimate the company's supply chain organization, systems and processes, quantity-related industry best results

Supply Chain Audit

It is concerned with assessing all the financial processes that are linked to the flow of goods and services.
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Cost Audit

A cost audit represents the verification of cost accounts and checking on the adherence to cost accounting plan.

Cost Audit

It is an essential service that seeks to help companies control costs and improve their overall cost efficiency so as to enhance profits.
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Information Systems Audit

Information systems audit, is an examination of the management controls within an Information technology (IT) infrastructure.

Information Systems Audit

IT is linked to the proper recording, storage, as well as analysis of all financial data, an IT internal audit is concerned with evaluating the company’s IT systems
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Impact of Internal Auditing Services on Business in Dubai

Internal Audit Firms in Dubai

An internal audit program assists management and stakeholders by identifying and prioritizing risks through a systematic risk assessment. A risk assessment can help to identify any gaps in the environment and allow for a remediation plan to take place.

You can’t audit your own work without having a definite conflict of interest.By providing an independent and unbiased view, the internal audit function adds value to your organization.

Internal auditing is beneficial because it improves the control environment of the organization by assessing efficiency and operating effectiveness.

By objectively reviewing your organization’s policies and procedures, you can receive assurance that you are doing what your policies and procedures say you are doing, and that these processes are adequate in mitigating your unique risks.

Increase the productivity of an organization by providing quality results within the assigned time. While examining risk management in a company, an internal auditor can detect any suspicious activities or transactions to prevent any financial crimes.

An independent auditor can help develop benchmarks that can assist the management and employees in improving their company’s operations. The benchmarks ensure standard performance in the organization and increase in the revenue by maintaining and complying to the accounting standards.

Our Audit Procedure

Before conducting the internal audit, you should identify what processes are going to be audited. Understanding the scope and objectives of the audit process will help you create an audit schedule.

The higher the risk in a specific area of the business the more frequent you would want to audit that business area. It is also essential to understand the nature of the business process you are planning audit so that you can decide the right time to audit the system.

Creating an audit schedule provides the departments with an advanced notice of the upcoming audit. The program will help them have the necessary documentation and records available for review and audit. The internal schedule will also the business of planning for resources required to conduct the internal audit. A surprise audit is not recommended as it may create a disengaged situation and stakeholders will feel threatened by the auditor. It is recommended you share the audit schedule and obtain approval and confirmation.

Being prepared before a scheduled audit is essential as it will simplify and make the whole audit process effective. During the pre-planning phase, auditors need to send an audit plan to department providing information about the audit scope, objective, criteria and possible documentation evidence needed for the audit.

Internal audit can be conducted by different methods such as documentation review, interviewing and observation. Based on the scope and objective of the auditor, the audit shall choose any methodology or combination of all to carry the internal audit.  The internal auditor shall sight and examine sufficient hard-copy or electronic records to verify; evidence of compliance with the management system procedures; and effective implementation of process and internal control. You need to ensure the audit is conducted in a fair and unbiased manner.

Recording the findings is vital in the audit process, and auditor needs to list all evidence sighted by record number or record data. The aim of documenting audit findings is to identify gaps in compliance and look at opportunities to fix the deficit and improve the process. Records may also include observation and notes from the interview process. It is recommended that the auditor provide a quick snapshot of the findings quickly at the end of the internal audit to ensure the auditee is aware and also has a chance to clear any questions.

All findings should be reported in an easy to read audit report. Audit reports serve evidence that an internal audit was conducted. These reports should be reviewed and approved by the department manager / top management. The report can also include an improvement / corrective action plan that should need to develop and implemented in the areas where gaps were identified.

Internal Audit Procedures

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