There is high demand for forensic accountants and fraud auditors as fraud has been rapidly increasing over the last 20+ years. Fraudsters have become very sophisticated in the recent past despite the new regulations and standards implemented by government and accounting bodies.
This seminar will look at primary fraud principles and common fraud schemes that we often read in the news. The seminar will also review the three basic phases of an antifraud program: prevention, detection and response. Analysis of real fraud cases will be completed, and attendees will learn the steps to take while conducting a fraud investigation.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify emerging fraud schemes and trends in forensic accounting
- Develop sound techniques during a forensic accounting and fraud investigation
- Develop fraud prevention, detection and response strategies
- Critically analyze well known fraud cases
WHO WILL BENEFIT:
Current, new and aspiring forensic accountants and fraud auditors who want to be equipped with the necessary knowledge to succeed.