Audit Supervisor

  • Negotiable
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • ING .
  • 20 May 19

To lead and execute internal audits of ING Wholesale Banking (WB) business activities in London and locations within the European Network

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AUDIT SUPERVISOR - job description

To lead and execute internal audits of ING Wholesale Banking (WB) business activities in London and locations within the European Network

Audits will cover activities of ING WB including lending services, payments and cash management, risk management and other control and support functions

Contact with staff at all levels within ING, including the Heads of the Business Lines and the members of the Management Committee

Part of a productive, risk focused, internal audit team providing ongoing internal control feedback to Group Senior Management via a risk based audits

Coach and develop other junior members of the audit team on specific audits

Development of audit planning and working practices in multiple locations within the WB European Network for Corporate Audit Services (CAS)

Core Tasks

Responsibility for completing core documents including the Terms of Reference (TOR), Audit Planning Memorandum (APM) and the audit report ensure these are completed to the required standard.

Complete working papers including adequate evidence to support conclusions to an appropriate standard on all audits.

Perform 1st level review of working papers to assess audit conclusions and findings.

Assess and formulate proposals regarding additional audit activities if significant deficiencies are identified.

Findings should be written clearly and concisely in the correct style, with an emphasis on the clarity of the issues presented and ensuring that recommendations are in line with the findings raised.

Manage opening and closing meetings with clients.

Perform the assigned work within the agreed timeframes in each audit.

Ability to manage more than one audit simultaneously.

Coach team members; may also be given formal appraisal responsibilities.

Develop contacts with the business in all areas and demonstrate an ability to identify the correct point of contact for issues as they arise.

Work closely with other CAS WB teams globally to ensure an efficient and consistent audit approach. Ensure that the impact of audits on other areas of WB are considered in all audits.

Take on responsibility for maintaining relationships with key clients in the business.

Ensure that all relevant administrative tasks such as time reporting are timely and adequately completed.

Coordination of submissions required for semi-annual planning:

  • Collecting planning information; and
  • Verifying completeness and accuracy of submission.

Coordinating client relationship meetings as part of continuous monitoring:

  • Identifying and arranging meetings with key clients; and
  • Consolidating meeting minutes.


Graduate with a good academic record.

Professionally qualified accountant (e.g. ACCA, ACA)

CIA preferred

Experience required:

Minimum of four years' experience in a Wholesale Banking internal audit role

We are committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment. The Company is opposed to any form of less favourable treatment, whether through unfair, inconsistent direct or indirect discrimination, accorded to employees and applicants for employment on the grounds of sex, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, disability, race, religion or belief, age, creed, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin.