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In the face of rising fraudulent activities, implementing effective soft controls has become indispensable for organizations. This interactive webinar that was presented at the 2023 ACFE Fraud Conference Asia-Pacific aims to provide a clear roadmap for designing and implementing these controls effectively. You'll learn about the essential features of soft controls and their role in a robust internal control framework. The session will also cover best practices for designing and implementing soft controls, along with addressing challenges that may arise during this process. Explore how these controls can be tailored to meet your organization’s unique needs and risks in order to promote ethical behavior and enhance organizational resilience. Through practical advice and real-world examples, this webinar will empower you to utilize soft controls as a tool for mitigating risk and preventing fraud effectively.
Knowledge of, or experience in, audit, investigations, risk management or compliance.
You Will Learn How To:
Identify internal controls and their importance and distinguish between hard and soft controls.
Recognize why soft controls are an essential part of a comprehensive internal control framework.
Build a culture of integrity and accountability with soft controls.
Determine how soft controls can be a powerful tool for mitigating risk and preventing fraud.
Tailor soft controls to an organisation’s unique needs and risks.
Apply soft controls to help an organisation achieve long-term success and sustainability.
Group Internet Based
Credit by Field of Study
Registration & Fees
Jonathan Maharaj, CFE - Speaker
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