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How to become a Fraud Detective and find fraud early - OAF331WEB
This masterclass covers how to become an effective fraud detective and help defend your organization from the harmful effects of fraud and corruption.
Who Should Attend
Financial controllers and directors, internal and external auditors, compliance professionals, regulators, risk managers and security managers.
What You’ll Learn
You will learn how to spot fraud and corruption, how to “think like a thief”, ways to develop a fraud and corruption profile for the organization, and essential techniques to deter, prevent and detect fraud.
- Turning a perceived problem into an opportunity
- Engaging your healthy and curious mind-set
- Spotting Fraud and Corruption – some warm-up cases and exercises for aspiring fraud detectives
- Learning to use the “Think Like a Thief” methodology to predict where fraud and corruption will occur
- Developing a fraud and corruption profile for your organization
- Following the money (an introduction and simulation)
Why You Should Attend
You should attend because fraud is a costly and pervasive problem, and developing fraud detection techniques is key to protecting the organization.
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