Both fraud and corruption undermine efforts to pursue and achieve corporate goals and objectives. It is, therefore, appropriate to thwart their occurrence. This objective can be attained through their timely detection. Management should also develop preventive strategies to address the relevant symptoms or indicators.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Senior officers in all the sectors: public, quasi and private, custodians of corporate systems, structures and policies.
HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT:
At end of the course, the participants shall be able to:
Analyze organizational environment;
Detect symptoms or indicators of both fraud and corruption before they occur;
Develop strategies to address indicators or exposures which are precursor to occurrence of fraud and corruption.
Definition of fraud and corruption;
Regional and global fraud survey;
Indicators of fraud and fraud development procedures;
Using indicators and internal data to forecast fraud;
Risk management and control;
Information on 212 cases of fraud;
Fraud prevention, detection and investigation.