John Kaneklides, CIA

John Kaneklides is an owner and co-founder at The Audit Library. John manages teams to perform assurance consulting engagements, develops risk-based audit plans, and creates custom audit governing documents for credit unions.

In addition to his consulting work, John was an Audit Senior at a $1 Billion credit union and brings first-hand knowledge to benefit his clients. He has worked directly with credit union executive management on various department audit and policy consulting engagements. John assisted in analyzing risks and developing annual audit plans to ensure resources were appropriately allocated. He also served in an advisory capacity on the Board of Directors’ Asset Liability Committee.

A dedicated advocate for the internal audit industry, John served as the Academic Relations Coordinator for the Charlotte, North Carolina Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors for 5 years. In this role, John spoke regularly at area universities, and managed a team of volunteers in creating events that brought students and professional Internal Auditors together to help increase visibility to the profession. In addition to his auditing career, John is a nationally recognized singer and regularly performs in New York and around the country.

John holds a Bachelor of Science and a Masters Degree from Winthrop University. He is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), and lives in New York City.

Other Posts by John

Special Coverage - Covid-19

Auditing in Times of Uncertainty

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Valuing Internal Audit

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The Art Of Being Nosy

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