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David Alexander Fraud Education Program Profile

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  • 1. David Alexander Fraud Education Program Outline In October 2003 I was convicted of fraud and various other economic offenses in the amount of R372 million and sentenced to 15 years imprisonment following a plea and sentence agreement with the State. I was paroled on the 30th July 2008. I now dedicate my time to the prevention of fraud and economic crime through training and education. Training and education is the key to the success of any fraud defence strategy and fraud prevention program. The only effective defence against fraud is comprehensive, in depth training and education in fraud recognition and prevention so that everybody is empowered to fight fraud. I provide the opportunity for you and your organisation to learn from an expert in the field with proven personal experience and expertise. I design and implement fraud prevention training mechanisms and programs based on my personal experience of fraud, business and economic crime to assist my clients in the protection of their business interests. I provide my clients with an “insider” perspective that is invaluable in fraud prevention training and education. My programs and presentations are underpinned by my own personal experience, knowledge and expertise of fraud and economic crime. They will enable the client to “get into the mind” of a fraudster and understand the road to moral decline and fraud. All programs are all illustrated by examples from my own compelling personal story which gives my presentations added impact and efficacy In addition they are illustrated with current examples from the world of fraud. I also bring knowledge on all aspects of fraud and economic crime garnered from my intimate exposure to fraudsters and economic criminals whilst I was in jail. All my knowledge, experience and expertise are put together in a unique service offering for my client. David Alexander Telephone 082 580 6537 Fax 086 560 5503 E mail: davidalexander649@gmail.com
  • 2. David Alexander Fraud Education Program Outline Every talk, presentation or lecture is specifically tailored to the needs of the client. Research I conduct continual research to ensure that clients stay ahead of developing trends in economic crime. This ensures that the fraud prevention training and education programs I present take account of the latest trends and types of fraud and economic crime. Personal Interaction Forum I provide a personal interaction forum where clients can engage me in a question and answer session on a more informal basis to ask any questions that they may have that they may feel are not appropriate in a general training session. This program is especially suitable for board and senior management level executives in the process of designing or implementing a fraud prevention policy. This is the forum where the truly difficult questions get asked and answered. Programs, Presentations, Workshops and Seminars My programs are compiled from a number of topics. Programs are composed by combining topics according to the needs of the audience, the available time and the purpose of the presentation. Programs and presentations can be between 1 hour and 3 days depending on the topics selected and the detail required by the client. Topics are as follows: Corporate ethics and culture, morality, good governance and fraud – the role of corporate ethics, culture and morality in the active promotion of fraud in a company. The connection between corporate ethics and culture, fraud and fraud prevention in a company. The role of good governance in fraud prevention and the fraud management program. David Alexander Telephone 082 580 6537 Fax 086 560 5503 E mail: davidalexander649@gmail.com
  • 3. David Alexander Fraud Education Program Outline Definition and explanation of fraud – fraud is defined with practical examples illustrating what constitutes fraud in a corporate environment. The connection between ignorance of what constitutes fraud and the proliferation of fraud in companies. What is not understood cannot be prevented. The “Chain of Trust” and fraud – the way that trust is abused in the commission of fraud both in a corporate and personal fashion. Explanation of the workings of the “chain of trust” and its role in major frauds. The three legs of every fraud scheme – the three primary requirements of every fraud scheme, motive, opportunity and rationalisation are explained in detailed and applied to practical everyday events Corporate goals and fraud – the role of corporate goals in the promotion of fraud and how companies are sometimes responsible for the promotion of fraud through mismanagement of corporate goals. The “gray 80%”, moral confusion and fraud – the role of the “gray 80%” and moral confusion in fraud. The fact that 80% of people are morally confused and will commit fraud if the circumstances are right. Influence, access, credibility and fraud – the role of influence, access and credibility in the committing and perpetuation of major fraud schemes. How do people manage to get away with it for so long? Risk management, professional advisors and fraud – the role of professional advisors in fraud prevention and an explanation of how and why fraud continues despite the best efforts of excellent professional advisors. Staff, management style, HR and fraud – the role of management style, staff relations and HR in fraud prevention. The role of staff satisfaction and development in fraud prevention. Essential components of a successful fraud scheme – a detailed explanation with examples of all of the essential elements in a successful fraud scheme and how to avoid and mitigate against them. 10 fraud prevention essentials – 10 essential components of a fraud prevention program and how these components can be integrated into any organisation to form the basis of an effective fraud prevention system. David Alexander Telephone 082 580 6537 Fax 086 560 5503 E mail: davidalexander649@gmail.com
  • 4. David Alexander Fraud Education Program Outline What to do when you experience or commit fraud- the essentials of fraud resolution both from the perspective of the victim and the perpetrator with practical steps to be taken in the successful resolution of a fraud situation. VISIT CORPORATE CRIME WATCH FOR MY WRITINGS ON FRAUD AND TO ACCESS THE ARCIS FRAUD DISCOVERY AND EXPOSURE CENTRE, MY INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATES CONSULT MY LINKEDIN PROFILE FOR MY FULL PROFESSIONAL DETAILS David Alexander Telephone 082 580 6537 Fax 086 560 5503 E mail: davidalexander649@gmail.com

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