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Fraud Risk, Compliance, Governance, Prevention & Investigation (Basic)

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Business Management

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Course Description:
The initiative to integrate corporate governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC)
programs arose in the wake of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOA). The SOA itself was passed
largely in response to massive corporate frauds committed at Enron and WorldCom and the
consequent losses to shareholders and employees. GRC has evolved to encompass internal
controls, technology tools, and management processes directed to maximize shareholder value,
set and measure the achievement of business objectives, manage information flows, and operate
legally and ethically while at the same time managing risks and protecting assets.
This program is designed to provide awareness on fraud risk, increases organizational
awareness, implements preventive and detective controls, and supports a GRC program by
aligning policies and procedures with significant fraud risks, and focusing management and
internal audit procedures on those risks.

Learning Objectives:
• To gain basic understanding of fraud risks, compliance, governance, prevention,
detection, investigation and reporting Fraud Related GRC
• Understand fraud risks, compliance and governance and the role of Internal Audit.
• Understands the red flags/indicators and different types of fraud that could occur in
the Company
• Understands the policies and procedures which are designed to manage fraud risk and
address complaints
• Understands the different tools and techniques available to be used in fraud
investigations Fraud Prevention and Detection
• Understands the difference between fraud prevention and fraud detection
• Understands the red flags/indicators and different types of fraud that could occur in
the Company
• Understands the policies and procedures which are designed to manage fraud risk and
address complaints
• Understands the different tools and techniques available to be used in fraud
investigations Fraud Investigation & Reporting
• Understands the interviewing skills needed while conducting a fraud investigation
• Understands procedure addressing how documents and evidence are collected,
generated, maintained and reported
• Understand the difference between regular audits and fraud investigations.
• Understands the significance of confidentiality and professional skepticism as part of
fraud investigations
• Understands the significance of confidentiality and professional skepticism as part of
fraud investigations

Program Outline:

  1. Fraud Overview
  2. Fraud Risk Management
  3. Practical Fraud
  4. Fraud Tools

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