Fraud and financial crime: an introduction for accountants
Two roadshows will help accountants recognise and handle the risk of fraud.
The way that organisations conduct business is changing dramatically: globalisation and advances in technology now make it easier than ever before to travel, communicate, and do business.
But as these opportunities increase, so do the risks arising from fraud, bribery and corruption, money laundering, identity theft and data security breaches. Individuals, organisations and their professional advisers need to be able to recognise, prevent and respond to these threats.
This participative half-day workshop will provide accountants with a ‘need-to-know’ overview of common forms of fraud and financial crime. It will highlight the key warning signs and fraud ‘hotspots’ within organisations and the practical steps that can be taken to reduce the risk.
Dates Bristol – Wednesday 3 June (12.30-17.00) Leeds – Monday 22 June (12.30-17.00)
Costs Special discounted rate of £60+VAT for members of ICAEW, ACCA, CIPFA, ICAS, Chartered Accountants Ireland, Fraud Advisory Panel.