Mr. G. B Msanyama

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Mr. G. B MsanyamaQUALIFICATIONS            

: Certified Risk Analyst, International Academy of Business Financial Management
: Master of Science in Audit Management and Consultancy, Birmingham City University, UK
: Postgraduate Diploma, Birmingham City University UK
: Postgraduate Certificate, Birmingham City   University UK
: Bachelor of Accountancy, University of Malawi, Polytechnic
: Diploma in Business Studies, University of Malawi Polytechnic
OTHER COURSES             

: Managing Government internal audit,  Afrosaxon Uganda
: Government internal auditor’s course: IMF East Afritac, Nairobi Kenya
: Risk Based IT auditing course, Global Intelligence Network Agency, Johannesburg, South Africa
: Risk Management in Education Sector, African Management Development Centre,        Arusha Tanzania
: Risk Based Internal Auditing Course, IIA Malawi Blantyre
: ERM and Risk Based Internal Auditing, Global Intelligence Network Agency, Johannesburg, South Africa
: Governance, Fraud and Risk Management, Global Intelligence Network Agency, Johannesburg, South Africa
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COUNTRY STUDIES CONDUCTED:-

BRIEF HISTORY OF WORKING LIFE

 

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES HELD

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INTERNAL AUDIT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES ATTENDED
I attended the Global Institute of Internal Auditors' Conference which was in South Africa in 2010 and the African Institutes of Internal Auditors' Conference which was in YOUNDE Cameroon in 2015 where I presided one of the sessions.
COMPOSITION OF CENTRAL INTERNAL AUDIT UNIT
Central Internal Audit Unit is a common service that is comprised of the secretariat and thirty four internal audit units in Ministries and Departments.
Big Ministries are headed by Controllers of Internal Audit services whilst smaller units range from Chief to Internal Auditors. Positions in MDAs are established by CIAU in consultation with Controlling Officers and Heads of the Departments. Depending on the size of the MDAs, staff levels range from three to thirty internal audit staff.

Major responsibilities of the secretariat are to:-

Internal Audit units in MDAs conduct audit assignments that enable them assure Controlling Officers on the effectiveness and efficiency of internal control systems and any cases of mismanagement of public resources. On need basis, they also provide advisory services to Controlling Officers.
The scope of work for the Internal Audit Service must  be to determine whether the Government’s network of governance, risk management, and control  processes, as designed and represented by management, is adequate and functioning as in a manner to ensure:-

Further details of achievements and challenges will be provided in subsequent submissions.