Board Committees

IIA-Australia Board Committees

The Executive Committee

The Board Executive Committee is a leadership and administrative body, whose role is to assist and advise the Board of Directors in fulfilling its responsibilities to members of IIA-Australia. The Board Executive Committee is not a policy making body, but assists the Board by implementing Board policy. Its primary function is to oversee the implementation of Board/IIA-Australia policy between full board meetings.

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Executive Committee Charter 

The Audit & Risk Committee

The Audit & Risk Committee assists the Board with its responsibilities for corporate governance by assuring that the appropriate mechanisms exist to monitor probity, governance, efficiency and effectiveness of the IIA-Australia’s systems, controls and operations. The IIA-Australia has appointed an internal auditor who carries out an audit program that has been formulated in conjunction with the Audit & Risk Committee and the findings of the internal audits are reported to the Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee and the CEO of the organisation.

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Audit & Risk Committee Charter 
Internal Audit Charter 

The Education Committee

The role of the Education Committee is to assist the Board of Directors in discharging its responsibilities by monitoring and advising on IIA-Australia's professional education program.  It contributes to IIA-Australia's strategic purpose through its foresight and insight on educational matters of concern to the internal auditing profession.  One of its main responsibilities is to act as an Academic Board with respect to the academic oversight of the Graduate Certificate in Internal Auditing (GradCertIA), including assessment of students and the approval of results.  

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Education Committee Charter 

The Remuneration Committee

The role of the Board Remuneration Committee is to assist and advise the Board of Directors in fulfilling its responsibilities to members of IIA-Australia on matters relating to the consideration of bonuses, incentives and remuneration issues of the Chief Executive Officer and IIA-Australia staff. The Board Remuneration Committee is not a policy making body, but assists the Board by implementing Board policy.

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Remuneration Committee Charter

The Nominations Committee

The role of the Board Nominations Committee is to assist and advise the Board of Directors in fulfilling its responsibilities to members of IIA-Australia on matters relating to the composition, structure and operation of the Board. The Board Nominations Committee is not a policy making body, but assists the Board by implementing Board policy and recommending nominations which require Board approval.

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Nominations Committee Charter

Disciplinary & Review Committee

The Disciplinary & Review Committee assists the Board with its responsibilities in relation to ensuring the highest standards of conduct and performance of its members. The IIA-Australia takes seriously any complaint made about the behaviour and actions of its members. The objectives of the Committee include: Investigating complaints received; and disciplining members.

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Disciplinary & Review Committee Charter 

YOUTH LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE

The IIA-Australia Youth Leadership Committee is a select group of young internal auditors who engage with the IIA-Australia Board and staff to recommend strategies and approaches to better engage with other young internal auditors and encourage membership of IIA-Australia. 

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Youth Leadership Committee Charter