The internal audit unit of Arya Sasol Polymer Company (ASPC) managed to win the golden statue of the second edition of the Internal Audit National Award in two levels, the public relations department of the company announced here on Monday.
Based on the assessment of the jury of the second round of the award which has been designed according to the guidelines of the global Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), ASPC received 1450 scores among all the19 qualified companies (industrial, non-industrial, and service), institutes and organizations, insurances, banks, and municipalities across the country, and has succeeded to win the golden statue of the second edition of the award in both levels (the first and the second levels) of IIA’s maturity model.
After receiving the first level golden statue of the Maturity Model in the Iranian calendar year 1397 (March 2018-March 2019), and maintaining its conditions and position as the winner of the first level of the Maturity Model of IIA and improving its capabilities in this field (such as offering professional consultation services on operational audit and performance assessment as well as improving operational procedures and methods), ASPC has been recognized as a qualified company to gain the association’ golden statue of the year 1399 (March 2020-March 2021) in two levels of IIA’s maturity model.
According to the public relations department of the company, the statue was conferred upon ASPC by the Iranian Association of Internal Auditors (IAIA) during a ceremony which was held at the venue of ASPC in the Tehran Office on Sunday (July 26, 2020) with the participation of the chairman and members of the board of director of the association (IAIA), and the ASPC’s managing director and senior managers.
Addressing the ceremony, Saeeid Tokzadeh, the secretary of the Iranian Association of Internal Auditors, appreciated efforts made by ASPC in the field of internal audit, and described the all-out supports of the company’s managing director and the board of directors from the internal audit as very significant.
Amir-Hossein Bahreini, the managing director of the company, for his part, also stressing the significance of internal audit and integrated control, emphasized the need for boosting the infrastructure required for the development of corporate management and the promotion of accountability and supervision in companies in a bid to improve their performance and enhance transparency.