Preventing and Detecting Financial Institution Fraud
Given that trillions of dollars’ worth of assets move through financial institutions on a daily basis, it is not surprising that these organizations are targets of fraud. The risk of fraud against financial institutions comes from every direction — customers, corrupt employees and anonymous third parties.
This course explores fraud schemes against financial institutions, and recommends controls and techniques designed to prevent and detect each type of scheme. The specific schemes include embezzlement and internal fraud, customer schemes, loan fraud, fraud by third parties, money laundering and institutional schemes.
- Recommendations to prevent common internal employee fraud schemes
- Ways for financial institutions to significantly reduce customer fraud
- Examples of common loan fraud schemes against financial institutions
- Insights on how identity theft can occur using financial institutions both internally and externally
- Legal frameworks prohibiting fraudulent conduct involving financial institutions
Table of Contents
|Common Internal Fraud Schemes
|Fraud by Outside Parties
|Legal Framework of Financial Institution Fraud
|Fraud Risk Assessment
|Elements of a Fraud Prevention Program
Please note: To be eligible for CPE credit, you must complete the final exam within one year of purchase date. You may only claim CPE credit for a course once.
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