The topic of fraud — whether it relates to awareness and prevention techniques, fraud auditing, recent frauds in corporate America, or the criminal mind — continue to be on the radar of investors, shareholders, and regulators. Although a recent fraud survey by Kroll Advisory found that the proportion of companies that suffered an incident declined from 75% last year to 61% in the current survey, it is acknowledged that fraud is anything but defeated. In addition, with ongoing technological advances in IT infrastructure, new and emerging fraud methods are continually being identified.
This course will provide a practitioner’s viewpoint to understanding and working with corporate fraud issues. It will illustrate real life concepts that can be applied in an organization wanting to solidify their anti-fraud programs. It will review concepts that will be outlined within a new book sponsored by the Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation and authored by seminar instructor, Lynn Fountain.
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