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This anti-fraud webinar will discuss how to create an
anti-fraud culture in your organization. How to put
down anti-fraud zero tolerance policies that explain to
employees what constitutes fraud, fraud awareness
training, how to recognize its red flags and how to set
up an effective fraud hotline.
Fraud is growing by a staggering 20% per
year, according to the respected international fraud
investigation firm, Kroll. And according to the
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners the majority
of all fraud is committed by employees.
Organizations that operate on the assumption that
their existing ethics and compliance policies
(addressing general aspects of employee behaviour—
including anti-discrimination, harassment, conflicts
of interest) are sufficient to thwart fraud are
misleading themselves and risking debilitating
financial and reputational loss
This makes crystal clear the urgent need for proactive
anti-fraud actions by management to build a culture
that minimizes opportunities, pressures and
justifications for committing fraud.
Attend this webinar to understand how to reduce the
likelihood that your employees will engage in
fraudulent conduct, by building a clear anti-fraud
“Tone at the Top” of zero-tolerance toward fraud and
implement specific policies that explain to employees
what constitutes fraud, how to recognize its red flags
and how to take action.
Upon completion of webinar, participants will be able
Explain why employees commit fraud.
Understand the key difference between ethics and
fraud policies and their impact on corporate culture.
Identify specific management steps for creating a
powerful anti-fraud Tone at the Top.
Identify anti-fraud measures that encourage
employees to “do the right thing”
Take away lessons from organizations that have
successfully built fraud-resistant corporate cultures.
Statistical overview of the fraud problem
generally, and T&E fraud specifically.
Who commits fraud
Case studies of employee fraud in an environment of
poor anti-fraud “values”
Ethics/compliance policies vs fraud policies
PROACTIVE MEASURES TO BUILD AN ANTI-
Tone at the Top
Employee fraud awareness training
How to build a workable anti-fraud policy
How to set up an effective fraud hotline
Internal and external audit professionals
Compliance and ethics officers
Accounting and audit practitioners
Senior financial management seeking to reduce their
vulnerability to costly frauds
Procurement managers CFO’s/senior financial