Corporate Fraud - Discovery & Controls

Corporate Fraud - Discovery & Controls
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Learning Objectives

 

  • Identify Situations and circumstances that allow fraud to exist
  • Discuss types of asset misappropriation methods and how to find them in organizations
  • Know the basic types of corruption found in large and small organization.
  • Indentify common false methods of falsifying financial statements.
  • Design methods to limit corporate fraud.

 Program content

  • Identify corporate and personal situations that encourage fraud
  • Describe types asset misappropriation techniques
  • Discuss opportunities for corruption in organizations
  • Consider how fraudulent financial statements can be created
  • Describe methods to enhance awareness of corporate fraud
  • Design controls to limit corporate fraud

Program content

  • Basic course with no prerequisites or advanced preparation
  • Small classes promote individualized attention
  • One-on-one after class consultation available as practical

 

Registration, Payment and Cancellation Policy

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  • Pre-paid registration of $149 is required; no walk-ins
  • Full refunds or switches to another session with 48 or more hours notice before class begins  

 

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Andrea Carroll, Registrar
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  • Identify situations that encourage corporate fraud
 

Contact Information

  • Andrea P. Carroll, Registrar

    Email: accountingeducators@yahoo.com
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