Controlling the Risk of Asset Misappropriation
Asset misappropriations pose a risk to all organizations. According to the ACFE’s Occupational Fraud 2022: A Report to the Nations, these schemes are by far the most common form of occupational fraud, occurring in 86% of cases reported and resulting in a median loss of $100,000. By identifying areas of vulnerability and implementing targeted preventive and detective measures, anti-fraud professionals can reduce the potential impact of these threats on their organizations.
Learn how to stay a step ahead of the most common form of employee fraud with the ACFE’s Controlling the Risk of Asset Misappropriation seminar. This course will help you assess your organization’s risk of asset misappropriation and provide best practices for deterring and identifying the costly theft or misuse of company resources.
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