Carlyle: Building Relevance From the Start — and Taking It on the Road

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Carlyle achieves its internal audit objectives by providing a mix of services beyond audits. That includes advising on process and operational areas and providing initial risk and design assessments for new or emerging areas. Offering an array of services allows the internal audit team to be more relevant and agile. “It helps us respond to emerging risks and stay current on management’s growth strategy and initiatives,” says Daniel Mutzig, global chief audit executive at Carlyle.  

In this profile, Mutzig describes how his team aims to increase its relevance and be seen as a high-quality function within the firm. 

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