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#1374157 - 04/14/10 07:19 PM Manuals, desk reference
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Our new internal auditor is looking for a good manual or desk reference set. Any suggestions on what would be good for someone new to audit?

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#1374698 - 04/15/10 04:56 PM Re: Manuals, desk reference HR Banker
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First and foremost, I would highly recomend ICBA's audit school to anyone new to audit. It is a 2 week program, but well worth the time and money.

I have looked at Sheshunoff's online audit programs and they are very nice and informative, but a bit expensive.

Within the last month, I have received a postcard from Financial Managers Society (FMS) advertising their Internal Audit Desk Reference. I can't vouch for the conntent, but the cost is only $325 for non-members. The FMS site is here:

www.fmsinc.org/IADeskReference

I hope this information helps.

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#1374805 - 04/15/10 06:39 PM Re: Manuals, desk reference Irishguy
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Thanks.

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#1375081 - 04/16/10 12:23 PM Re: Manuals, desk reference HR Banker
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You might also check out Warren, Gorham & Lamont's Bank Internal Auditing Manual.
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