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Sridhar Ramamoorti

Associate Professor, School of Accountancy, and Director, Center for Corporate Governance, Kennesaw State University; Chairman, Enterprise One Consulting Services, USA

Sridhar Ramamoorti has a blended academic–practitioner background spanning over 25 years of academic, auditing, and consulting experience. He earned his BCom from Bombay University, India, and his MAcc and PhD from Ohio State University. Dr Ramamoorti was on the University of Illinois accountancy faculty prior to returning to professional practice with Andersen Worldwide, Ernst & Young, and most recently as a corporate governance partner with Grant Thornton. Widely published, Dr Ramamoorti is a coauthor of the best-selling IIA textbook on internal auditing, The Audit Committee Handbook, and served on the COSO (2009) and ISACA (2010) monitoring guidance development teams. A prolific and sought-after speaker, he has presented in over a dozen countries. Dr Ramamoorti was co-chair of the IIA’s 2010 Global CBOK Study (2008–11).

Articles by this Author

  • Should Internal Auditing Assess Board Performance?
    by Sridhar Ramamoorti
    “Ultimately, the overall responsibility for the organization and its assets, and for its perpetuation into the future, rests squarely with the board.” Dr Thomas R. Horton, Former Chairman, National Association of Corporate Directors.Internal auditors are increasingly being challenged to look at ways by which they might evaluate and improve the governance process. Given their competencies and expertise in the areas of governance, risk management,...
  • The Role of Internal Auditing at Board Committee Level
    by Sridhar Ramamoorti
    In the aftermath of the Wall Street financial crisis, one of the major areas that has been identified as needing improvement is corporate governance. Boards of directors and their committees, despite receiving extremely summarized and condensed information, now have a well-established responsibility for managing the overall organizational risk (Kolb and Schwartz, 2010). A critically important element that was lacking before and during the...

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