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Internal Audit

Internal auditing is an independent and objective evaluation activity to add value and improve the accounting, financial and administrative operations of an organization, helping it to achieve its objectives, through the evaluation and improvement of the effectiveness of its processes, thus providing an effective service at the highest levels of administration.

The internal auditor develops his work within the framework of compliance with international standards for the professional practice of internal auditing, which gives certainty and confidence to the Board of Directors, that his work and the result of this will be of value and applicability for the improvement of the controls and results of the Company.

The purpose of the internal audit is to provide a constructive assistance service to the administration, with the purpose of improving the conduct of operations and obtaining a greater economic benefit for the company or a more effective fulfillment of its institutional objectives.