The Company’s Internal Audit function assists the Board of Directors in its supervisory role.
The Internal Audit unit is subordinate to the Board of Directors and operates under the supervision of the President and CEO. It consists of the Head of Internal Audit and as many internal auditors as are required for the unit to carry out its work. Internal auditing resources are strengthened as required by procuring internal auditing services from external service providers. Its operating principles are defined in the internal audit charter approved by the Board of Directors. The Head of Internal Audit reports regularly to the Board of Directors' Audit Committee and additionally an annual report is issued to the Board of Directors.
The Internal Audit unit assists the Board of Directors in its supervisory role by obtaining information on the adequacy and functionality of risk management and internal control in the Lemminkäinen Group and its business units. The Internal Audit unit assesses the economy and efficiency of resource usage, the reliability of reporting, the protection and security of assets, and compliance with regulations, operating principles and guidelines. Malpractice reports are regularly submitted to the Board of Directors' Audit Committee.
Updated 23 February 2017