This course aims to better equip internal auditors and financial investigators to effectively perform their tasks and set up a proactive system to detect and combat white collar crime.
Who Should Attend?
Internal and external auditors, forensic accountants, financial investigators, members of the police service and other law enforcement agencies. It is also ideal for middle and senior managers who have ownership of the responsibility of overseeing the audit process as it relates to the detection and prevention of economic crime.
Key Course Highlights
- The concepts of fraud and corruption and how they affect the running of departmental governments
- The areas within an organisation that is most vulnerable to fraud
- Fraud prevention best practices to minimise risk to the department
- The standards expected from a public officer
- Investigation techniques and tools required to support an investigation in a computerised environment
- General accepted auditing standards (GAAS), general accepted auditing principles and international audit standards
- Risk analysis and fraud related issues
- Reporting, validating audit reports and presentation of information for legal use
- Understanding the complex world of money laundering and the third EU directive