Webcast: Fraud and Embezzlement: Risk Management Strategies (XCCOFE17)
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Gain a better understanding of fraud and the risks fraud poses to you and your clients. Discuss guidance regarding preventing, detecting and responding to potential and suspected fraud incidents. Additionally, highlight survey results from the latest ACFE Report to the Nations and CAMICO policyholders' experiences.

5/24/2017
When: 05/24/2017
12:00 PM until 2:00 PM
Where: Webcast
CALCPA
4173056A
United States
Presenter: Duncan B. Will, CPA,ABV,CFF, CFE


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AcronymXCCOFE17
CPE2 hours
VendorCalCPA
Category
Accounting & Auditing
LevelBeginning
PrerequisiteNone
Adv PrepNone
Yellow Book?No
Designed forAccountants in public practice.
Registration
Member$60
CPA Non-Member$94

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Course Description

Gain a better understanding of fraud and the risks fraud poses to you and your clients. Discuss guidance regarding preventing, detecting and responding to potential and suspected fraud incidents. Additionally, highlight survey results from the latest ACFE Report to the Nations and CAMICO policyholders' experiences.

Materials are provided as an ebook.

Objectives

  • Identify the perpetrators of fraud and how they break down by age, position, education level, gender and other factors.
  • Determine ways to better prevent, detect and respond appropriately to fraud and embezzlement.
  • Understand juries’ “rules” for evaluating blame in malpractice claims and how their expectations are far higher than just following professional standards.

Major Topics

  • Overview of ACFE’s Report to the Nations survey results.
  • Fraud triangle and fraud diamond.
  • Juries’ expectations of CPAs.
  • Risk management techniques to prevent, detect and respond appropriately to fraud and embezzlement.