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Business Fraud Update

About This Course:
According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), the typical organization loses about 5% of its revenues each year due to fraud. So, an organization with $10 million in revenue would lose about $500,000 in revenue - and profit - because the lost revenue goes right to the organization’s bottom line. If that organization had a profit rate of 15%, it would need to generate over $3 million in additional revenue to recover those lost profits.

Our "Business Fraud Update" is a fast-moving class that will provide a comprehensive look at the latest developments about fraud from the technical, legal, and operational perspectives and update participants on the most recent legal and regulatory developments in this important area of professional responsibility.

Our panel of legal experts (prosecutors and white-collar defense lawyers) will weigh in on these emerging issues from their special points of view. Participants will learn and master new skills for meeting their professional, legal and ethical responsibilities to make reasonable efforts to deter, prevent, and detect fraud.

Agenda / Covered Topics

This program will help accountability professionals manage the risk of fraud effectively and proactively, and give them the tools they need to keep senior management and governance officials apprised of the importance of constant vigilance regarding fraud risks and the need for proactive fraud risk management.

It will provide a comprehensive look at fraud risk management from the technical, legal, and operational perspectives and update participants on the most recent legal and regulatory developments pertaining to fraud deterrence, prevention, and detection, including:
  • Business Fraud
  • Fraud Risk Management
  • Fraud Risk Assessments
  • Cyber-Crime
  • Data analytics
  • Digital analysis
  • The latest developments in "best practices" for implementing the revised Internal Control Integrated Framework issued by the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations (COSO) of the Treadway Commission
  • The COSO/ACFE Fraud Risk Management Guide, with an emphasis on the dynamic fraud risk management tools that are available at the ACFE web site
  • The latest developments related to cyber-risk and cyber-security
  • The legal ramifications of the most recent fraud cases
  • Continuing developments in data analytics and digital analysis
CPE Credits!

In addition to the great training, you also receive 8 hours of CPE credits!

Included Materials

All ACPEN courses include handouts that are available to download. Handouts typically include a version of the slides used by the presenter, as well as a full course manual or other materials.

How To Access Your Course And The Accompanying Materials

You will receive an email directly from ACPEN with instructions for accessing your course and any accompanying materials.

How To Get Your CPE Credits

In order to obtain CPE credit for viewing ACPEN webcasts, you must view the course during the scheduled date and time. Throughout the program, you will be prompted to save three attendance codes per hour. At the conclusion of the program, your CPE Certificate will be issued assuming all attendance codes have been saved and submitted. Detailed instructions for this process are included in the course introduction and in written form as part of course materials.
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