Fundamentals of Fraud

Duration 90 Mins
Level Basic & Intermediate
Webinar ID IQW20F0609

  • Define fraud and identify its basic elements
  • Explain when and how fraud occurs
  • List the various types of fraud, including
  • Employee fraud
  • Management fraud
  • Vendor fraud
  • Customer fraud
  • Investment scams
  • Other frauds
  • Identify the most common fraud schemes, including
  • Asset misappropriation schemes
  • Fraudulent financial reporting schemes
  • Prevent and detect common fraud schemes, including:
  • Recognizing the incentives, opportunities, and attitudes that contribute to fraud
  • Using the fraud prevention checklist
  • Identifying techniques for detecting and preventing fraud in small businesses

Overview of the webinar

Fraud is a constant in our lives and must be recognized and eliminated wherever possible.In business, non profit, and business environments it is the responsibility of everyone within an organization to be able to identify fraud. If we do not perform due diligence in this area fraudulent activity can destroy the organization.

Who should attend?

  • Anyone in a position of responsibility for assets
  • CFO
  • Finance Controller
  • CHRO
  • HR staff
  • Accounting staff
  • Department Managers
  • Business owners

Why should you attend?

In this webinar, you’ll learn about the common types of fraud perpetrated against organizations and how to implement processes, procedures, and controls that mitigate your risk. You’ll learn about a number of different fraud schemes, focusing on fraud committed against small businesses.

Faculty - Ms. Candace Leuck

Candace Leuck knows how to relate to business professionals. As president of Athena Finance Group, Inc. she develops custom solutions and strategies to expand the opportunities of businesses and other organizations.  Candace has 25 years of professional experience, including eight years in public practice. She earned her Master of Professional Accountancy (Audit Emphasis) from Clemson University in 1988. She is a certified public accountant and a member of the South Carolina Association of CPAs and has served as a lecturer at Clemson University’s School of Accountancy and Finance, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and Furman University.

06-18-2020 - Fundamentals of Fraud.pdf
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