Enron. Tyco. WorldCom. The South Sea Bubble. Ivar Krueger. Equity Funding. While the first three of these infamous financial statement frauds may be burned into your memory, chances are the rest of them are not. Even so, efforts by executives and insiders to cook the books have a long and varied history Webinar contents • The Fraud Triangle-the three factors present in an organization that allow fraud to occur.
• Evaluating the existence of fraud.
• The anatomy of financial statements fraud.
• Analysis of common fraud examples and how to detect potential warning signs. • Detecting creative accounting practice. • Prevent and detect financial statements fraud. • Fraud investigation in Action: what experts do. • Fraud in the digital age.
Who will benefit: Corporate Directors Corporate Officers Fraud & Forensic professionals Audit professionals Risk professionals Compliance professionals Legal professionals Ethics professionals Governance professionals Finance and Accounting Professionals
CPE: 2 Credits
Program Level / Prerequisites and Advance Preparation: Basic / None
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Category: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Cost: Individual: $0 for Subscribers and Site License Users Free Limited seating with preference for Registered AuditNet Subscribers (excluding free) and Site License Users.
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