A fraud is a crime committed through using dishonest methods to take something of value from another person or creating a copy of something that is meant to look like the real thing in order to trick people for financial or personal benefit. It is important to understand why frauds are committed in order to design and implement appropriate risk mitigation strategy. Frauds are committed because of the following reasons:

  • An opportunity presents itself
  • Pressure to commit frauds
  • Rationalisation of fraud

It must be noted that it is possible to create an environment which prevents frauds or makes it difficult for frauds to be successfully carried out without being promptly detected.

With the above in mind we have designed the following program to enable the participants appreciate how frauds can be managed;

  • Background to fraud
  • Governance and fraud
  • Internal control framework
  • Human element in fraud
  • IT and fraud
  • Fraud risk management
  • Other consideration
  • Practical tips

You are welcome to join the above program which will equip the participants with latest value adding approaches to fraud management. For further information on the above program, please feel free to contact us