Why Employees Commit Fraud
What can lead an otherwise honest person to engage in dishonest acts? Why does one employee choose to steal from their employer while another does not? This session will explore common factors and thinking partners that lead individuals to commit fraud, as well as why investing in proactive fraud prevention measures is imperative to protecting organizations from this risk.
Understanding Fraud Prevention An organization's management is ultimately responsible for the fraud prevention program. However, many other parties also play a part in protecting against fraud. In this session, you will learn about the roles and responsibilities related to fraud prevention, as well as sources of guidance and best practices for implementing an effective anti-fraud program.
Preventing Asset Misappropriation Schemes
Asset misappropriation schemes are by far the most common form of occupational fraud. This session will explore the various types of asset misappropriation schemes and provide numerous control measures that organizations can implement to prevent them.
Preventing Financial Statement Fraud and Corruption Schemes
Financial statement fraud and corruption schemes can be particularly devastating to an organization, resulting in not only large financial losses, but also regulatory issues and reputational damage. In this session, you will hear about the ways these schemes are perpetrated and internal controls that help guard against them.
Entity-Level Fraud Prevention ControlsEntity-level controls are high-level controls that serve to protect the organization as a whole. This session will discuss how the organization's culture and structure, reporting mechanism, anti-fraud training and other entity-level controls serve as the foundation for an effective fraud prevention program.