New Ways to Prevent and Detect Fraud Risks Across Employee Spend Areas
Originally offered July 12, 2018
Duration: 60 Minutes
CPE Credit: 1
Description: There’s a shift happening in how employees spend your organization’s money, especially in travel and expense reimbursement. Employees are spending more money across more categories and using more payment methods than ever before – including credit cards, ghost cards, checks, cash and purchasing cards (P-Cards).
This webinar will demonstrate how two organizations, Ford Motor Company and CenterPoint Energy, integrated employee spend data to help their internal investigations teams uncover fraud.
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Course Level: Basic
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Format: Group Internet Based
You Will Learn How To:
- Use expense, travel and other data reports to strengthen individual and departmental fraud investigations.
- Recognize the value in putting a microscope on employees to find fraudsters stealing from your organization.
- Identify outdated financial policies and technology that puts companies at greater risk.
- Implement best practices to overcome obstacles around the new ways employees are spending and booking travel today.
Kellie Lintner, CFE, CIA, CPA
General Auditor's Office, Special Investigator
Ford Motor Company
Glenn Phillips CFE, CIA, IG
General Auditor's Office
Ford Motor Company
Sponsored by SAP Concur
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