Building an anti fraud culture – going beyond just ethics

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  • 1. Course Description:  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.
  • 2. Course Objective:  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—
  • 3. Course Objective:  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.
  • 4. Course Objective:  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.
  • 5. Course Objective:  Upon completion of webinar, participants will be able to:  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.
  • 6. Course Objective:  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.
  • 7. Course Outline:  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
  • 8. Course Outline:  PROACTIVE MEASURES TO BUILD AN ANTI- FRAUD CULTURE  Tone at the Top  Employee fraud awareness training  Encouraging whistle-blowing  How to build a workable anti-fraud policy  How to set up an effective fraud hotline
  • 9. Target Audience:  Internal and external audit professionals  Compliance and ethics officers  Accounting and audit practitioners  HR managers  Senior financial management seeking to reduce their vulnerability to costly frauds  Procurement managers CFO’s/senior financial managers  Security personnel