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Bundle of 5: Financial Litigation Specialty: Fraud Risk Management

 Bundle of 5: Financial Litigation Specialty: Fraud Risk Management
CPE Credit

Program Type: Recorded Webinar (Audio, PPT Presentation)
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisites: Previous training or experience with the fundamentals of accounting, finance, economics, and business writing.
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
CPE Credits: Fifteen (15) Hours
Fields of Study: Accounting
Item Number: 18PFLSWFRM
Shipping Weight: 0lbs. 0oz.
Price: $560.00
Program Description

This is a bundled webinar series of 5 parts, three hours each.

Part 1: Detecting Occupational Fraud
Part 2: Introduction To Fraud Risk Management
Part 3: Fraud Risk Assessment And The Internal Control Framework
Part 4: Fraud Deterrence And Fraud Detection
Part 5: Financial Statement Audits and Interviewing

Fraud is pervasive, ever-present, and evolving, but so are the solutions to curb and prevent it. Recognizing the changes that are occurring in the world of fraud and knowing how to effectively analyze and apply that knowledge can make or break a fraud risk management program.

These Fraud Risk Management Webinars offer a comprehensive understanding of fraud risk management, from identification of an organization’s fraud risk to provision of practical tools to address them. The solutions offered are applicable to entities of any size and structure, from small privately owned companies to multi-national publicly held organizations, as well as not-for-profit and governmental/regulatory enterprises. Through these Webinars, individuals will develop an in-depth understanding of an organization’s risk of financial loss and insight to practical solutions that will enable their organizations to manage these risks effectively and according to their risk appetites.

These Webinars provide a review of the current business environment, where fraud risk and profit opportunities collide. It provides a look into on- and off-book fraud schemes, including signs and symptoms of potential fraudulent events requiring a response, and an additional look at the controls that can be implemented to mitigate some of these risks. The Webinars provide individuals with hands-on application of fraud risk assessment methodologies and techniques.

Specific topics addressed:
- Fraud in today’s business and regulatory environment
- Research and statistics on occupational fraud
- Professional standards for accountants performing work related to fraud
- Classification of internal fraud schemes
- Discussion of common occupational fraud schemes and how they are carried out, detected, and prevented
- Characteristics of the perpetrators of internal fraud
- Structural and behavioral red flags of fraud
- Data mining to search for fraud

Learning Objectives

After completing this webinar, attendees will be able to:

- Recognize the importance of fraud risk management in light of current fraud risks and the regulatory landscapes
- Differentiate between fraud risk management, internal audit, and forensic accounting
- Summarize the three classifications of fraud schemes and identify specific occupational fraud schemes
- Define what fraud risk is
- List benefits of managing fraud by engaging an entire organization
- Discuss fraud schemes and the environments where they breed and proliferate
- Develop fraud detection and deterrence techniques, including identifying and assessing fraud risk at work
- Evaluate the resident fraud risk using a comprehensive fraud risk methodology
- Develop tools to enable the organization to mitigate, share, or accept the fraud risks identified
- Identify situations and conditions where fraud risk is present and needs to be managed
- Evaluate existing internal controls and make relevant recommendations for value-added improvements
- Differentiate roles and responsibilities for fraud deterrence and investigation among the board of directors, independent auditors, management, and consultants

Who Should Attend

Those who wish to protect their business or their clients’ businesses from existing or potential fraud


Tracy Coenen, CPA, CFF