New York , NY 10019 Location map
Courtyard New York Manhattan/Central Park
Workshop by Former SEC Inspector General: How to Conduct Internal Fraud Investigations & Effective Reporting
This course provides specific and concrete instruction on how to prepare for, conduct and write up the results of internal fraud investigations and present an effective report. The course will also provide guidance on gathering evidence in an investigation and describe strategies for interviewing different types of witnesses. Filled with comprehensive case studies and numerous mock exercises, this course provides hands-on instruction and exercise on how to improve evidence gathering and investigating skills.
Who Will Benefit:
- Internal and external audit professionals
- Finance and accounting management
- Compliance professionals
- Human resource
- Loss prevention and risk specialists
- Security professionals
- Fraud examiners
- Audit report writers
- Procurement/purchasing and Payables Specialists
In the current political and regulatory environment, government oversight and enforcement activities are increasing rapidly and internal and external scrutiny over corporate practices is at an all-time high. Prompt and thorough internal investigations of allegations of fraud, mismanagement and misconduct are critical to companies that need to respond to a governmental investigation or threatened litigation or are simply concerned with internal management, outside boards, or shareholder pressure. There are many potential pitfalls associated with conducting a fraud or other internal investigation.
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Finance and accounting management
Loss prevention and risk specialists
Audit report writers
Procurement/purchasing and Payables Specialists
Senior financial management seeking to reduce their vulnerability to costly frauds
CFO's/senior financial managers
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