Investigating Conflicts of Interest
Conflicts of interest can present significant fraud risks for corporations, government agencies, fiduciaries, customers and suppliers. It is also one of the most difficult areas of fraud to investigate and obtain adequate evidence. Improper investigations can create counterclaims and civil actions against organizations and fraud examiners.
This seminar will explore how and why conflicts of interest arise and warning signs of a conflict of interest.
You will gain a better understanding of these types of engagements and learn how you can protect your organization from conflicts of interest.
Understanding of basic fraud examination techniques
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