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Forensic Auditing - UK-OAF220
Unethical business behavior directly or indirectly accounts for losses between 2% and 5% turnover, and severely damages the reputation and morale of companies. However, despite being one of largest unmanaged risks in companies today, many auditors and business managers still need to know more about identifying red flags, dealing with suspicious activities, and making sure documents are of the standard that could one day be used in court. This seminar shows how.
Who Should Attend
Internal and external auditors, business managers, regulators, and compliance professionals.
What You’ll Learn
You will learn strategies for dealing with anonymous reports, how to incorporate fraud detection steps into audit programs, conducting fraud and corruption risk assessments, and key steps after fraud identification and during investigation.
Demystifying Fraud and Corruption within your Organization:
- What does fraud cost, who does it and how?
- Evaluating different strategies for dealing with anonymous reports and whistleblowers
- Developing an overall strategy to audit fraud and corruption
- Incorporating fraud detection, prevention and investigation into your audit approach
Developing and using The Fraud and Corruption Risk Assessment:
- Using the “think like a thief” methodology to develop the fraud and corruption profile of your organization
- Introduction to investigative desktop research
- Visualizing your results and presenting it to key individuals (including management)
- Forensic accounting and its importance in fraud detection and investigation
Fraud Identification, Investigation:
- Using specialist (forensic) investigation techniques
- Managing a complex investigation
- Practicing proven interview techniques
- Collating, concluding and resolving incidents of fraud and corruption
Why You Should Attend
You should attend because fraud and corruption are pervasive and costly problems, and detecting, investigating, and prosecuting these incidents requires specialized knowledge that this webinar provides.
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