Find and Resolve Fraud early by Following the Money
Online Course – 2nd and 9th February 2024
This online course provides an essential and practical guide to effective and non-intrusive forensic accounting techniques to give you a head start in a fraud investigation. Target fraud and financial damage early before it spreads…so you don’t need to wait for a whistleblower.
This highly practical and interactive online workshop is for everyone who wishes to know how to tap into accounting money flows and identify fraud and financial damage quickly, effectively, and of course legally…without rocking the boat!
The course is suitable for all levels of corporate investigators and provides an opportunity to enhance your existing skills and learn from an experienced subject matter expert. This training is also of particular benefit to those who are not investigating on a full-time basis such as in-house HR, Compliance, Legal, Internal Audit and other internal professionals who support and handle fraud investigations and disputes. The training is also of benefit to consultants supporting corporate clients with fraud investigations.
Friday 2nd February: Session 1
09.00 – 11.30 UK time
Accounting and Forensic Accounting de-mystified
Create your own shortlist of the most dubious customers, suppliers and other counterparties by following the money to third parties
Find Fraud immediately (Interactive Exercise – Part 1)
Friday 9th February: Session 2
09.00 – 11.30 UK time
Treating “every accounting system as a potential crime scene”. Given that fraud and financial damage is so common then we should find it
Focusing and Prioritization (Interactive Exercise – Part 2)
Your Trainer: Nigel Krishna Iyer
For 25 years as a Fraud Detective, Nigel has helped organizations across the world recognise and resolve fraud. Nigel is an English Chartered Accountant, Computer Scientist and Dramatist, as well as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. Nigel believes that everyone is capable of being a Fraud Detective who can enhance their skills to help guard their organisation against non-essential costs and harm.