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Research and Markets: Protecting the Integrity of Your Financial Transactions: A Fraud Risk Assessment and Prevention Toolkit Seminar: 4th, 5th of June 2015, Chicago, Illinois

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04/07/2015 | 08:39am EDT

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/k75bnd/protecting_the) has announced the addition of the "Protecting the Integrity of Your Financial Transactions: A Fraud Risk Assessment and Prevention Toolkit" conference to their offering.

According to the ACFE's Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud & Abuse, the typical organization loses 5% of its revenues to fraud each year.

Are you confident that the financial transactions within your company protected? Have you recently conducted a fraud risk assessment and does your internal controls program properly mitigate risk? Do you have an updated and robust internal controls program that focuses on mitigating the greatest fraud risks? Are your employees aware of the fraud flags within all financial transaction business processes? Do your employees know what to do if they find a fraud? Is your company aware of its compliance requirements and the potential impact of non-compliance?

This seminar will provide answers to all these questions and will arm you with a toolkit that will help you immediately protect the integrity of your financial transactions and address the risk of fraud. The course will focus on Purchasing, Accounts Payable, P-Card, T&E, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, Inventory, and Financial Reporting.

The one-and-a-half day seminar will provide proven internal controls standards that have been implemented at Fortune 100 companies and were instrumental in correcting the control issues and preventing future fraud at MCI (formally WorldCom). The instructor will explain how Continuous Controls Monitoring (CCM) can be implemented in your organization as an internal controls best practice. Actual fraud case studies will be reviewed and processes to prevent the same from happening again will be discussed. Seminar attendees will receive a Fraud Risk Assessment and Prevention Toolkit that will assist in the protection of the integrity of their company's financial transactions

Why Should You Attend:

This seminar will provide answers to all these questions and will arm you with a toolkit that will help you immediately protect the integrity of your financial transactions and address the risk of fraud. The course will focus on Purchasing, Accounts Payable, P-Card, T&E, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, Inventory, and Financial Reporting.

The one-and-a-half day seminar will provide proven internal controls standards that have been implemented at Fortune 100 companies and were instrumental in correcting the control issues and preventing future fraud at MCI (formally WorldCom. The instructor will explain how Continuous Controls Monitoring (CCM) can be implemented in your organization as an internal controls best practice. Actual fraud case studies will be reviewed and processes to prevent the same from happening again will be discussed. Seminar attendees will receive a Fraud Risk Assessment and Prevention Toolkit that will assist in the protection of the integrity of their company's financial transactions.

Key goals of this course are:

- To provide the awareness of the types of fraud that can impact an organization

- To review the importance of tone at the top and how to implement a business ethics process

- To provide a roadmap for conducting a Fraud Risk Assessment and mapping the control to the risk

- To learn about the details of two critical corporate level controls and how these controls can protect your company

- Delegation of Authority

- Segregation of Duties

- To discuss the specific flags that indicate a financial transaction fraud

- The course will focus on the following business processes:

- Purchasing

- Accounts Payable

- P-Card

- T&E

- Accounts Receivable

- Payroll

- Inventory

- Financial Reporting

- To discuss key case studies and how the fraud could have been prevented

- The Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002

- The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

- The Office of Foreign Assets Controls (OFAC)

- International ACH Transactions (IAT)

- The Office of Inspector General (OIG)

- To review the key concepts and implementation steps of CCM

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/k75bnd/protecting_the


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