Governance, Research

EU banks’ internal audit functions fall short, says ECB

By Simon Brady
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The European Central Bank has slammed banks’ internal audit functions in a damning review, calling them out for being underfunded, too narrow in scope and lacking the necessary expertise to be effective.

The “guardians of bank control frameworks” across the bloc are riddled with shortcomings, according to the ...

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