Özge Paşaoğulları / Anadolu Group Audit Supervisor

The internal audit function in our group aims to add value to risk management and business by considering customer needs. Accordingly, audit also takes on the role of sharing experiences and observations in other companies and recommending new program and system establishment stages in order to spread implementations that will strengthen the efficiency and productivity throughout the group. Read more →

Gözde Gedik / Anadolu Group Internal Audit Specialist

The “competitive impact” of the free market economy from the beginning of the 2000s put forward the value of internal audit, and there was a significant increase in companies’ need for “value added” audit after the 2001 crisis. On the other hand, the companies need to be more productive and effective, regulatory compliance concerns and operational risks impact on profit speeded up the process of having a better understanding of the value of internal audit in today’s business world. Read more →

Sezen Yurdalan / Anadolu Group Internal Audit Specialist

Skills required for internal auditors have expanded by changing and developing global business world. Nowadays, having solely technical skills is not enough. Being able to do their jobs more effectively, internal auditors need to bring more to the table: soft skills such as oral communication, interview abilities and active listening. These skills being personality quality characteristics and habit, distinguish ideal employee from standard employee. Read more →

Aykut Gümüşlüoğlu / Audit Coordinator at Anadolu Group

Humans, as a nature, are constantly being in search of something and evolving with broad inquisition consciousness in this process. We evaluate ourselves and what happens in our circle. Our inquisitive point of view evolves, transforms, and turns in a structured way.

The current and valid definition of internal auditing is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organization’s operations. In other words, internal audit, as a function, is not an authoritarian supervision. Read more →