Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors chief executive Ian Peters has been appointed to the UK government’s Regulatory Policy Committee (RPC).
The government set up the RPC to help it give guidance on regulation and risk management for business.
“The RPC has achieved a great deal since its inception and is now in an excellent position to carry on that work, helping to make a clearer, better regulatory framework for the UK,” Peters said.
“Whilst not directly connected, there are parallels between the work of the RPC and the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors, which is keen to see the regulation of businesses in the UK, is proportionate to the risks faced by businesses, their customers and other stakeholders.”
The committee has six other members from different stakeholder groups.