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Online: How to be an effective and holistic Fraud Detective

This series of webinars is designed to provide you with an insight into the extent of fraud and how you are able to identify, control and deal with it in a changing world.

The cost of fraud is massive and corrosive, affects all our organisations and is far too important a cost to be tackled late or left to specialists alone. It means that every single member of the financial community should be able to spot the warning signs of fraud early. 

In cooperation with IIA Sweden, we are happy to introduce you to the following:

Content

Session 1: An Introduction to Fraud Detective Skills in a post-Covid era (March 29th, 08.30 – 10.30)
The goal of this first session will be to demystify fraud and corruption and providing an initial insight into how all financial people (including internal auditors) can recognise and react to fraud in a timely manner.

Session 2: How to perform a practical Fraud Risk Assessment of your organisation (March 30th, 08.30 – 10.30)
The goal of this second session is to learn how to perform a highly realistic fraud risk assessment, identifying exactly where losses through fraud are most likely so that actions to mitigate these losses in the future are effective and targeted.

Session 3: Fraud Data Science – Finding the Blue Spots of Fraud by Following the Money (tools, techniques, and practical cases), March 31st (08.30 – 10.30)
The overall goal of this third session will be an introduction to help you learn to use the power of data to pinpoint fraud perpetrated against your organisation by unethical suppliers, customers, agents, middlemen, opportunists, hacker, criminals and also your own people.

Session 4: How to interpret and deal with the early warning signs of fraud in an effective manner and resolve it before it spreads (April 1st, 08.30 – 10.30)
The goal of this final session is to tune up our fraud detective skills so that we can detect, investigate, and resolve fraud in an efficient and non-disruptive manner, in COVID and post COVID times.

The webinars will be interactive and include case studies, groupwork, feedback sessions as well as drama.

Date and time

4 sessions a 2 hours each, between 8:30 and 10:30

  •  March 29
  •  March 30
  •  March 31
  •  April 1

Format

  • Online, via Zoom. Links will be sent a few days before the course. If you are unable to use Zoom, contact us and we will find a solution.
  • If you can’t attend one of the sessions it will be possible to see it afterwards because the sessions will be recorded.
  • The course will be held in English.

Teachers

  • Nigel Iyer, is a Chartered Accountant (ICAEW), Computer Scientist and Dramatist, plus a CIMA Fellow. For 25 years as a Fraud Detective, he has passionately, some will say pathologically, helped organizations across the world identify, investigate, and resolve fraud. He teaches all who will to do the same, developed “Defence against the Commercial Dark Arts” courses, written three books on fraud, fraud games, dramas and plays, because he firmly believes “Everyone can be a Fraud Detective”.
  • John Wallhoff, is an experienced Fraud Data Scientist with a degree in business administration and economics. For over 30 years he has been working with IT and Cybersecurity combining this with advanced Fraud Detection and Response with a special focus on data analytics designed to pinpoint and eradicate the wasteful costs due to fraud.

CPE

  • You will recieve 8 CPE’s for attending this course for Diplomert internrevisor and CIA.

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