Impact of internal audit on financial performance: a case study of pride microfinance ltd, kabalagala branch, kampala

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Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management.
The general objective of the study was to establish the relationship between the internal audit system and financial performance of pride microfinance, kabalagala, uganda. the study results of the study will help identify gaps within the systems of internal audit systems in organizations. it is also the researcher’s belief that invaluable benefits to management and those charged with governance in organizations will emerge on how to streamline the systems of internal controls thus ensuring improved performance and ultimately ensure attainment of the institution objectives. The study used a correlational research design. The qualitative and quantitative approaches were employed based on the effect of internal control system on financial performance. The quantitative technique was used to collect and analyze data on the study topic. The qualitative approach was used to examine the effect of internal control system on financial performance of Pride Microfinance, Kabalagala. This design was used because it brings out clearly the relationship between the two variables. The study was specifically non-experimental because the researcher wanted to describe and make observations of what the real results would be for purposes of making decisions based on the facts to improve the situation.
A research dissertation submitted to the college of economics and management in partial fulfillment of requirements for the award of a bachelor’s degree in business administration of kampala international university
Internal audit, Financial Performance, Pride microfinance ltd, Kabalagala branch