||CPE Credit: 2
Course Level: Basic
Companies today are often faced with the difficult task of investigating allegations of corporate fraud. Implementing and administering sound investigative guidelines is critical to the success of the investigation and avoidance of criminal and civil liabilities. Companies use internal and external resources to address these issues, but must adopt sound policies and procedures in light of the increased risks associated with the investigation of corporate fraud.
With this course, you will develop an understanding of the following concepts: elements of fraud, nature of why people commit fraud, fraud detection and prevention, writing comprehensive fraud reports, financial statement fraud, asset misappropriation schemes and interviewing skills.
What you will learn:
Identifying important available tools of analysis
Examining specific examples of risk assessment techniques
How to use case materials to enhance understanding of applications of analytical procedures, digital analysis, data mining and related investigative techniques
Developing investigative techniques and skill sets
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Presenter: Paul Zikmund
Recording Date: August 21, 2008
Duration: 100 Minutes
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge & Applications
Last Updated: March 2013
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