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Internal Audit or Quality Control? That is the Question.
Q: What is the difference between a Quality Control Audit (QC) and an Internal Audit?
A:A mortgage lender is required, for a variety of reasons, to implement a QC program that identifies credit and/or regulatory issues in either their origination or servicing functions. A QC audit looks at the end product, regardless if the process is credit or compliance focused. Generally, you find that QC audits, which are basic forms of transactional testing, are narrower in scope than Internal Audits, which tend to be broader in scope.
Internal Audits identify a variety of items such as credit, regulatory, operational, financial, and reputational risks. An Internal Auditor looks at the process itself and independently evaluates the risks and control activities within the process. When Internal Auditors test controls in a process, they are not necessarily looking at the end product like a QC audit, but rather looking at the controls within a process to ensure the end product is attained and all investor guidelines, laws and regulations and industry best practices are followed.
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