Double Trouble: An Embezzlement and Vendor Fraud Case Study


January 18, 2022 | 1:00 p.m. CT
Duration: 100 minutes
CPE Credits: 2

Vendor fraud and embezzlement continue to threaten organizations — sometimes even after the perpetrators are caught.  

In this webinar, vendor-risk management author, Rick Roybal, CFE, will highlight ways businesses are at risk through the case of a fraudster who, while out on bail and awaiting trial, committed fraud again. Retracing the steps of the fraudster’s invoicing scheme, Roybal will discuss the fundamentals of fraud and ways to implement controls within your organization to mitigate vendor fraud and embezzlement. 

You Will Learn How To

  • Recall the fundamentals of fraud 
  • Recognize the warning signs of embezzlement 
  • Implement controls to mitigate embezzlement and vendor fraud at all levels of an organization 

Speaker:
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Rick Roybal, CFE, CISA
Project Manager
Martindale Consultants


Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Course Level: Overview
Prerequisite: None
Advanced Prep: None
Delivery Format: Group Internet Based




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