Norman Marks has spent more than a decade as a chief audit executive (CAE) for major companies, with as much as $28 billion in annual revenue. He has implemented risk management, ethics programs and disclosure processes at multiple organizations.
He is a recognized thought leader in the professions of internal auditing and risk management and is a frequent speaker and writer on governance, risk and controls. He is the author of the popular book from the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) on Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 and of the IIA’s GAIT family of guidance products.
Marks has built or repaired internal audit functions to world-class standards and is recognized by management, audit committee members, service providers, CPA firms, peer CAEs and other internal audit leaders.
His specialties are: internal audit, risk management, governance and global risk consulting (GRC).