Public and Private organizations at all levels – federal, state or local – have the formidable task of managing important public or business policy issues and communicating those activities to many different stakeholders. This places direct implications on how targets are achieved and what administrative systems are in operation, thus providing an environment where transparency can thrive whilst fraud, corruption and economic crime can be detected at an early stage.

There seems to be no end to list of corporate giants crippled or demolished by fraud. Every day we hear of the demise of banks, financial institutions, established companies and businesses due to fraud or dubious employee practices or pure investment fraud. Many of these instances could have been prevented or negated through good governance practice. There is a crisis and despite the size of some of these organizations there is a particular need for well informed anti-fraud leadership. Many larger enterprises can take the hit of a fraud and carry on their business but smaller businesses can and end up closing down with creditors on their tail and staff jobs lost.

Of course when these frauds are identified the investigation starts but fraud prevention and fraud investigation are a two pronged approach to good fraud management for all businesses.

What is it?

Fraud Advisory Panel (2009)

Fraud Advisory Panel (2009

“The risk of Fraud to business is at its greatest in times of economic downturn. Big companies can be badly shaken by fraud; small ones can be destroyed. Fraud Prevention is an essential part of any recession survival strategy”

Benefits of Attending

Lectures, real life case studies, practical exercises & film

Through a combination of lectures, real life case studies, practical exercises and film, you will learn fraud prevention techniques and investigative processes to a court standard.

You will develop an understanding of how organisational processes can be developed to benefit departmental and corporate functions n the area of fraud.

Direct investigations using SIO standards and processes and make quality decisions on staffing the investigation, roles of investigators and identify the parameters of the investigation with confidence and leadership.

The courses identify direct lines of enquiry through policy directives and ensure investigations are timely, efficient, confidential and overall effective.

The courses are suitable for internal and external auditors, forensic accountants, financial investigators, investigative journalists, members of the police service and other law enforcement agencies.

This course will also be ideal for middle and senior managers who have ownership of the responsibility of overseeing the audit process as it relates to the detection, prevention and investigation of economic crime.

Definitions of Fraud and Irregularity

Defining the various concepts and interpreting them to the roles and responsibilities of all members. This review also looks at the response from the criminal perspective.

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Types of Fraud

What to look for in the fraud environment both internal and external to the business. This identifies a broad perspective of fraud crime scams.

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Use of tried and tested techniques to overcome complexities in transactions and identifying fraud activity in your business. Analysis also identifies the best tools for your data analysis bearing mind the complexities or simplicities in the investigation.

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e-Crime Data Technical Analysis

Having an awareness of forensic ability to gather evidence and the correct procedures to ensure integrity of the data.

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Counter Fraud Policy

To be in a position to formulate an organisational strategy/response plan to deal with fraud in- cluding responsibilities of senior investigator.

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Investigation Strategy

Where to go, who to see, what to do, what not to do, combat fraud effectively by having the skills to review and update methods of investigating and reducing the effects of fraud and corruption tailoring the strategy to specific cases.

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To have an understanding of Organizational structures and its management in order to monitor staff and contractors and demonstrate Zero Tolerance to impropriety.

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Interviews of suspects and witnesses, interview plan and access.

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All courses can be tailored to the organisations needs, ranging from a 2 day to 5 day accredited course through an association with Queens University, Belfast; INEQE and The Fraud Company Ltd.