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Natural allies

23 February 2016

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Heads of internal audit and company secretaries both play the role of trusted advisers to the board

Company secretaries have long had a strategic position at the heart of an organisation. With considerable influence over governance operations, company secretaries can impact strategy and decision-making, as well as the way an organisation is controlled. Similarly, the internal audit function has grown into a more strategic role, with those in this position advising boards on a number of risk and governance matters. Company secretaries and heads of internal audits have become trusted board...

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