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Economic Crime and Fraud Prevention

By: London Corporate Training

United Kingdom

21 Jan - 01 Feb, 2013  12 days

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Who should attend? Delegates who have a direct responsibility for the detection and investigation of economic crime and fraud prevention, or who are looking to obtain specific skills within this area. Course objectives • To appreciate and apply advanced revenue and fraud management strategies and processes • To understand and leverage the relationships between commercial requirements and contractual frameworks whilst managing end client relationships and perceptions • To construct effective contractual frameworks and performance agreements • To take away specific action plans to further develop their role and organisational benefit Course content Principles of revenue assurance and fraud management • The importance and impact of revenue streams to the organisation • The impact of revenue assurance and fraud management upon cash flow • International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) – context and application Revenue assurance • Constructing effective revenue assurance strategies • Liaison with revenue assurance stakeholders within the organisation • Managing revenue assurance and end client relationships – process overview and perception of the organisation • Effective revenue reporting as part of overall financial management information • International contractual and legal best practice Fraud management • Overview of potential fraudulent occurrences • Creating effective anti-fraud strategies and processes • Communicating organisational fraud combat strategies to stakeholders • Effective fraud reporting structures and content as part of overall financial management • International fraud combat – best practice Audit • The role of the audit function in combating economic crime and fraud • Ensuring objectivity of the audit function • The role and structure of the audit charter and audit committee • Capturing organisational specific risk profiles via audit outputs Economic crime – by individuals • Falsification of records • Collusion with vendors • Common cyber-crimes committed by individuals • Detection and prevention systems Economic crime – by organisations • Money laundering • Off shoring via corporate structures • Working with global enforcement agencies • Developing effective detection, prevention and compliance systems The economic crime-fighting toolkit • Financial analysis – practical systems and process • International Financial reporting Standards (IFRS) • Risk based process mapping • GAP analysis techniques Developing defence systems • Overview of electronic defence systems • Integrating technology and internal process controls • Global best practice • Developing defences against new and emerging threats Organisational reporting mechanisms • Whistle-blowing systems – development and enhancement • HR Policies – linking individual responsibility to contracts of employment and job description • Developing effective staff deterrents • Management of reputational damage • Continuous improvement

London, UK Jan 21 - 01 Feb, 2013
£3,950.00 + VAT (20%)
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