About Us

“We help you reach your assurance goals – step by step.”

– Graham Joscelyne


Joscelyne + Associates, Inc. Today

Joscelyne + Associates works with governments, central banks, and financial institutions in the USA and globally. Clients include The World Bank Group, multilateral development banks, and large private sector financial institutions; the United Nations Secretariat as well as UNICEF and UN Women; and Central Banks.

Our purpose is to:

  • Help internal auditors at all levels improve the quality and impact of their assurance
  • Bring about improved risk management and control
  • Benchmark ethics arrangements
  • And develop good practices to enhance corporate governance

Founding of Joscelyne + Associates, Inc.

After an 8 year term as Auditor General of the World Bank Group, Graham wanted organizations to benefit from his expertise, knowledge, and insights of international professional internal auditing Standards. Having worked at the oversight, assurance, and risk-management levels, he wanted to share is expertise in a collaborative, pragmatic, and interactive way.


Graham Joscelyne CA(SA), CIA, CRMA is the Founder and CEO of Joscelyne + Associates, Inc, His career spans years in leadership in internal audit functions in the USA and South Africa. He has participated in IIA international committees; and sits on and advises Board Audit and Risk Committees



Central Bank Capacity Building

The Central Bank plays a critical role in the economic life of smaller nations. The primary objectives of the bank are to promote price stability and to ensure that the economy remains healthy.



Making Informed Decisions to Improve Accountability

The United Nations decision-making deliberations are unique. Administrative matters are complex and each country representative needs to understand the substance of the issues that are being voted on.


Auditor General of Kenya

Improving Public-Sector Internal Auditing

For many developing countries, a lack of resources and professional knowledge and high risk of corruption, inhibit many governments from setting up risk-based assurance mechanisms – especially effective internal auditing functions.