Talking heads

Hear from industry experts on the internal audit profession and beyond via our eclectic array of podcasts - which, for most part, are led by our chief professional practice adviser, Liz Sandwith.

We hope you enjoy listening.


Auditing behavioral risk

Manjyot Bhambra, Audit Manager - Behavioural Risk, RBS

Manjyot discusses RBS's approach to auditing behavioral risk and considers agile working, whistleblowing and trust, among other benefits and challenges.

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Ben Hammersley on digital technology and the future impact on business

Chapter 1: Preparing for the future

In chapter 1 of the podcast series, Ben explores the future of technology and how internal auditors should prepare for it.  

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Chapter 2: Machine learning, AI and society

In chapter 2 of our podcast series with Ben Hammersley, we discover why AI is a fundamental problem for internal audit.

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Chapter 3: Changing perceptions and emerging risks

In chapter 3, Ben explains why protecting objective truth is a key risk for internal audit. 

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Why obsessing over report writing makes sense

Heena Patel, Internal Audit, RSA

Heena shares her thoughts on providing insights that matter and focusing on the key mechanisms for reporting.

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Coaching vs mentoring

Identifying the need for a coach and/or mentor generally comes from change, either the necessity to change or the desire for change. Hear from a certified coach and head of internal audit discuss their views on coaching and mentoring.

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Innovation in auditing

Nick Curle, Head of Audit Strategy and Change, Barclays Internal Audit 

Nick shares his experience of adopting the agile framework at Barclays and shares his thoughts around how internal audit can grasp opportunities such as the use of data analytics to innovate their approach to auditing. 

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