Corporate entities and national economy suffer from large scale fraud and corruption. Business practices are changing and becoming more complex, creating the emergence of new opportunities for fraudulent activities. The relationship between motivation to commit fraud, opportunity to commit fraud and the rational for justifying fraud are the key challenges in fraud examination and control.
Fraud is extremely costly in business. Considering the increase in white collar crimes, many organizations must rely on their human resources to prevent, detect and control fraud. This necessitates the need for fraud detection, investigation, accountability and forensic accounting in corporate governance.
This workshop is designed to provide participants with the pre-requisite knowledge, skills and attitudes needed in fraud examination and control.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- Identify the legal elements of fraud in organization’s activities
- Explain how the fraud diamond analysis can be used in designing fraud control strategies
- Facilitate the prevention, detection and control of fraud in organizations
- Identify the critical steps of internal control measures in fraud management
- Highlight the key techniques in preventing and detecting fraud in financial reporting.
Internal Auditors, Investigation Officers, Financial Accountants, Risk Management Professionals, Compliance Officers, Legal and Credit Control Personnel Officers, Fraud Regulatory Authorities and Corporate Governance Professionals