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Asset Misappropriation

By: TSI Limited

Lagos State, Nigeria

13 - 15 Nov, 2013  3 days

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Asset misappropriation fraud happens when people who are entrusted to manage the assets of an organization steal from it. Misappropriation of company assets is the most common form of fraud and financial loss facing organizations today. As today’s business environment becomes increasingly more complex and global, the opportunity and likelihood of losing corporate assets to fraud increases dramatically. Asset misappropriation fraud schemes, even in the simplest of forms, can often be difficult to detect and unknowingly result in losses that add up to significant dollars.

Lagos, Nigeria Nov 13 - 15 Nov, 2013
NGN150,000.00
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+2348033467639

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