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Internal investigations can be tricky. Often, investigating employee wrongdoing can be costly, disruptive, and time-consuming, with the potential to lead to legal problems and unexpected complications. However, it doesn’t have to be as difficult if it is conducted with the utmost care and confidentiality.
This webinar will explore how to run an internal investigations team in a global banking institution. It will also review examples of the types of investigations encountered.
Understanding of basics of fraud investigation techniques.
You Will Learn How To:
Set up an investigations team in a global banking institution for effective results.
Recognize types of cases one may encounter in a large banking entity.
Apply investigation techniques, tools, and approaches.
Determining the implications of operating in a regulated entity and reputational risk to the firm.
Group Internet Based
Credit by Field of Study
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Stephen Doka, CFE - Speaker
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