Me & My Career

Looking forward to travelling again to audit business units

In this series, individuals share their career journeys and provide an inside look into their jobs and industries. This week we speak to an internal auditor.

Internal auditor Koh Yong Chuan says the learning curve on the job can be quite steep, especially when reviewing an audit subject or a business he is not familiar with, but the work challenges him to be a critical thinker. ST PHOTO: GIN TAY
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SINGAPORE - It may come as a surprise that travel is one of the perks on the job of an internal auditor, given that the work typically involves toiling behind the scenes to assess a company's risk management, control and governance processes.

Internal auditor Koh Yong Chuan had been something of a jet-setter before the pandemic struck, having travelled to around 15 countries and 20 cities.

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