Sukkur Institute of Business Administration
Merit, Quality, Excellence

The main role of Internal Audit is that of “an assurance function that primarily provides an independent and objective opinion to the organisation on the control environment comprising risk management, control and governance by evaluating its effectiveness in achieving the organisation’s objectives. It objectively examines, evaluates and reports on the adequacy of the control environment as a contribution to the proper, economic, efficient and effective use of resources.
The scope of internal audit work should cover all operational and management controls and should not be restricted to the audit of systems and controls necessary to form an opinion on the financial statements. This does not imply that all systems will be subject to review, but that all will be included in the audit risk assessment and hence considered for review following the assessment of risk.