Stakeholders are less reliant on the outcome of internal audit reports

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PWC has conducted an extensive survey to evaluate the value which recipients place on internal audit reports and the weight given to them. The research has demonstrated a declining reliance on internal audit report by shareholders, management and investors. Only 44% respondents stated they viewed internal audit reports as valuable sources of information in 2017. If comparing year by year, 54% of respondents have relied on audit reports in 2016.