22nd March - 26th March 2021 (Dubai, UAE) 6th September - 10th September 2021 (London, UK) 13th December - 17th December 2021 (London, UK)
The monitoring of fraudulent activity indicates it is a growing and increasingly global problem. Whether by unethical staff, dishonest citizens, or opportunist hackers, fraud is a threat to any organisation’s integrity. It may take the form of petty pilfering or it may involve huge sums. The impact of fraud on efficiency, reputation and morale can often be greater than the direct financial loss of an individual incident. The proceeds of fraudulent transactions can be spirited away (especially in the virtual world)across borders, requiring lengthy, costly and complex processes to repatriate stolen funds.
This programme introduces arrange of techniques which can help to combat fraud–though a difficulties so is that the risk can never be completely eradicated. These techniques include the introduction of higher quality vigilance systems, more rigorous investigation processes, strategies to increase the prospect of successful fraud prosecutions, and measures to combat money laundering and seek repatriation of stolen funds.
Delegates at the end of the course will have better understanding of
· Assessment of the extent of fraud risk and understanding the growing threat from the
Internet and identity fraud and identification of methods to combat them
· Developmentofproactivetechniquestodeteranddetectfraudanddecidewhetherto launch a fraud prosecution
· The different approaches for combating internal and external fraud, and understand the
Social and psychological aspects.
A process model to improve professional standards– already adopted by several nation states
- Techniques and principles used by successful fraud investigators
- The key elements of fraud legislation and investigation
- The risks and challenges presented by computer-based fraud
- International experience in tackling pay roll abuses
- The role of audit offices and forensic accountants
- Corporate vigilance strategies and proactive deterrence techniques
- Complaints handling and Civil remedies
- Strategies to increase the likelihood of successful prosecutions
- How to detect, prevent money laundering and repatriate financial assets.
- Social and psychological approaches to finding potential fraudsters in an organization
|Duration||This is a one-week programme spread over 5 working days. working days|
|Certification||A certificate of completion is issued on successful completion of the programme.|
|Travel and accommodation||Travel and accommodation to be paid for at source by delegates|
|Fees||Course fees for tuition, materials and certification: £3,750(Excl.VAT) per delegate for 1 week|