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Among the many responsibilities of an audit committee, overseeing the function of internal audit can be among the more challenging and complex. New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)-listed companies must include, and many companies generally do include, oversight of the internal audit function as one of the responsibilities of the audit committee. As a result, it is common for an internal audit function to be required and the scope of that function subject to the oversight of the audit committee. From a governance perspective, what is the mission of internal audit?
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