John Kaneklides, CIA

John Kaneklides is an owner and co-founder at The Audit Library. He has over a decade of financial institution and audit industry experience, and has served in Internal Audit and consultant roles.

John has helped grow The Audit Library from an idea into a leading document subscription service and consulting firm with hundreds of clients. John is a contributor to the document Library and to The Audit Library Blog, where he educates readers about using their potential and available resources to maximize efficiency and effectiveness. John serves Credit Union clients as an assurance consultant, focusing on his passion for Quality Assurance Reviews, where his professional background brings a unique understanding of the challenges faced by Internal Auditors. He strives to provide practical advice and real-world solutions to benefit his clients. John regularly volunteers and performs speaking engagements for various industry organizations, and contributes to professional publications and podcasts.

In addition to his various roles at The Audit Library, John is a nationally recognized classical singer, and regularly performs concerts and operatic productions. John also volunteers on the Board of Directors as Treasurer for Artists Relief Tree, an organization dedicated to supporting artists in need. 

John holds a Bachelor of Science and a Masters Degree from Winthrop University. He is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), and lives in the Tampa Bay area of Florida.

Other Posts by John

Advice for Internal Auditors

Auditing in Times of Uncertainty

Coronavirus (Covid-19) has escalated from a few isolated cases in a foreign country, to a global pandemic affecting all aspects of American life. There is

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Ruler
Internal Audit How-To

Valuing Internal Audit

The Audit Library was recently engaged in an interesting consulting engagement. We reviewed and rewrote all the job descriptions for the Internal Audit department of

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Spyglass
Advice for Internal Auditors

The Art Of Being Nosy

As a child, if something was lost in my house my mom would always ask me if I knew where it was.  No, not because

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