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M2102 - Managing Fraud Risk - Forensics and Effective Controls (Online)

  • 5 Nov 2020
  • 13:30 - 16:45
  • Online Webinar

Registration


Register
Registration Time: 13.15
Sessions Time: 13.30 - 16.45 including a 15-minute break
Speaker: Mr Steve Giles
Venue: Online Webinar
Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
MIA Members: €40.00
Non-MIA Members: €75.00
Retired Members: €20.00
Students: €30.00

Background Information 

Fraud is a crime that threatens both an organisation's profits and reputation. These threats are increasing so that it is vital that fraud risks are managed effectively – this course shows exactly how this can be done.

Objectives of the session

Participants will learn about the various types of fraud and the modern threat landscape, in particular the important and developing danger of cyber crime. They will also be made aware of the motives and behaviours of fraudsters and so will be in a position to spot behavioural red flags. A key part of developing an effective fraud risk management framework is being aware of those controls that work in practice and delegates will be taken through the key preventative measures and detective techniques used by organisations today to fight fraud.

Topics on the agenda

  • Overview of the modern financial crime threat landscape
  • Analysis of fraud risk - scale, perpetrators, cyber threats, typography (including bribery and corruption)
  • Focus on the key prevention and detection controls
  • Responsibilities for managing fraud risk
  • Practical tips for accountants on preventing and detecting fraud
  • Review of cyber threats for SMEs and OMBs
  • Review of recent cases

Target Audience

Accountants and auditors; executive and non-executive directors; government officers; responsible professionals 

Speaker's Profile


Steve Giles is a chartered accountant with over 25 years’ experience in managing financial crime risk. He gained wide-ranging forensic experience with Deloitte, including managing the Polly Peck investigation. After leaving Deloitte, Steve set up and ran two companies, working with executives in the UK, Europe and the US to achieve successful outcomes to problem situations.
Now an independent consultant, Steve continues to advise clients and runs governance, compliance and risk management programmes around the world. He is part of the lecturing faculty at the London Stock Exchange, the Institute of Directors and the ACCA. He lectures on all aspects of governance and financial crime risk and is much in demand at conferences, workshops and training events for his authoritative presentations on topics such as governance & ethics, fraud & bribery and corruption, anti-money laundering and risk & resiliency.
Steve holds an MA from Christ Church Oxford. He is a Guest Lecturer at Royal Holloway, University of London. He is a regular contributor to ACCA’s AB Magazine and is the author two books: “Managing Fraud Risk” and “The Business Ethics Twin-Track”, both published by John Wiley & Sons in 2012 and 2015 respectively.

EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

3 Hours Core 

WEBINARS TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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