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The Certified Internal Auditors of Pakistan will work
in the public interest with a number of benefits.

Benefits of Certified status

The benefits in becoming a Certified Internal


Auditor:
The
ACIA
designation
acknowledges
members as experts in their field, raising their
status and perceptions of the CIAP
qualifications.
Certified
members
will
be
clearly
differentiated from other professionals and
seen as specialists in their own right. Individual members who already hold other professional qualifications will
be able to access a similarly professional, specialist career path in internal audit.
As the status of the profession is raised, so demand for its qualified professionals will increase, broadening the
market for chartered internal audit professionals.
The benefits to organisations that employ Certified Internal Auditors:
Organisations employing Chartered Internal Auditors will enhance their reputation for risk management, internal
control and good governance.
Certified status helps raise the profile of internal auditing departments internally and externally to staff,
management, customers, shareholders and others. This raised profile will help and encourage boards and
management to maximise the assurance benefits of internal auditing, further enhancing each organisations
reputation and public confidence in its stewardship.
The ability for individuals to become certified helps make internal auditing a more attractive career choice,
expanding the pool of talented internal audit professionals over the long term, giving employers access to more
highly skilled and experienced internal audit professionals.
Benefits for the public interest:
Internal audit performs a public service in the sense that all stakeholders need to know that organisations are
being well run and that their assets are being protected over the long term. Certified status is a public

endorsement of the value of this service and the specialist expertise of internal auditors as professionals. It
creates a more highly recognisable benchmark for excellence.
Certified status helps to consolidate and promote the Institutes position of influence as the leading voice of the
profession. This enhances its contribution to the public Interest.
Benefits for the profession:
Internal Auditing will rank alongside other certified professions such as accountancy, surveying and engineering,
giving it a similar seal of public interest approval.
Internal audit already benefits from the breadth of business knowledge and experience it draws from practitioners who
enter the profession from other business functions. Being chartered will help attract an ever widening pool of talented
individuals, aspiring to ever higher standards of expertise and helping to address skills shortages, particularly at the
more senior end of the profession. Certified status will help to increase this flow of organisational knowledge and
skills.

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