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The Code of Professional Conduct including the Code of Ethics The International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and The CPD policy Failure to comply may lead to sanctions under the IIA’s disciplinary code Communication preferences By joining the IIA Madras you consent to receive emails directly related to administration of your membership, CPE, IIA governance and policy research. You may select from other communications according to your areas of interest. You may set or change your communication preferences at any time by logging into your online account and going to my communication preferences.
Your annual membership subscription fee is non-transferable. We reserve the right to refuse admission to membership; if we do so we will refund your annual subscription in full. Subscriptions fall due annually on 1 April for all members other than those part of a formal group scheme arrangement between their employer and us. Those outside a group scheme arrangement will receive email notification of the amount due in March. If payment is not received within one month of the due date, membership will lapse. We then reserve the right to impose a re-application fee in addition to the standard subscription.
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The IIA has public liability insurance. Reasonable Adjustments and Special Consideration agreements were not implemented. Please see the Appeals Policy for details. Marking timeframes: Upon submitting your Problem Statement, the assessor has seven calendar days to assess and provide feedback. Once you have done your assessment, you will receive your results letter within fourteen calendar days. In exceptional circumstances, we may need to consult other experts or conduct a more in-depth analysis of your work. In such cases, your results may be delayed. If this happens, then we will notify you.
Chartered by experience (CBE) Payment must be received within 30 days of the invoice, and before the assessment takes place. Cancellation policy, transferals, and refunds Applicants wishing to cancel their CBE assessment must do so within seven days of booking onto an assessment date to receive a full refund. After this period, the assessment fee is non-refundable. If a candidate can no longer attend their CBE assessment, they may transfer to an alternative date at the next available session. Candidates must do this within 21 working days of their assessment date. There will be a transfer charge of £300 to cover costs incurred by the IIA. Candidates may only transfer their booking once. Audit Committee Service subscription Subscriptions The Audit Committee subscription service will run until 30 April for all subscribers. For subscribers joining later in the year, fees will be pro-rated quarterly.
The IIA Madras will provide a named point of contact for all administration of the subscription and all membership-related inquiries. If appropriate, you will provide a named point of contact at your company for all administration of the subscription and all membership-related inquiries. Subscriptions fall due annually on 1 May for all subscribers. The IIA Madras will invite you to renew no more than two months before the renewal date. Your annual Audit Committee service subscription fee is non-transferable. If payment is not received within one month of the due date, your subscription will lapse. We reserve the right to refuse admission to membership; if we do so we will refund your annual subscription in full. Communication preferences by joining the IIA Madras you consent to receive emails directly related to the administration of your subscription, IIA governance, and policy research. You may set or change your communication preferences at any time by logging into your online account and going to my communication preferences. Cancellation of subscription Applicants wishing to cancel a subscription application must do so within 30 days of the invoice date.
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