Fraud happens – What to do when you suspect fraud
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General objectiveCompanies must respond in an appropriate way to concerns about fraud and related inappropriate conduct. A “knee-jerk” reaction can lead to many negative consequences. A rational reaction plan is critical.
ObjectiveThis training activity will provide best practices for conducting an organized financial investigation. It will assist participants through the many challenges that companies face in such matters, and will provide “real life” examples of fraud, integrating a complex financial investigation case while examining the potential phases of such an investigation.
- Introduction to fraud/fraud indicators
- Planning an investigation
- Interviewing basics
- Investigative research
- Digital forensics
- Legal tools and remedies
- Landmark fraud cases
This training activity will benefit members in industry who require knowledge of the complexities involved with planning and conducting a financial investigation. Members in public practice will also benefit as participants will understand the importance of complying with the CPA Canada Standard Practices for Investigative and Forensic Accounting Engagements.