Webcast: A Blueprint to Managing Corporate Fraud Risk

Fraud is a risk that can affect any organization at any time, and in times of crisis, the risk of fraud increases significantly. The COVID-19 pandemic is creating an unprecedented disruption and opportunities for fraud activities, such as, misappropriation of assets, fraudulent financial statements and cybercrime.

Join EisnerAmper's Forensics Group for a course created to help those in management positions to successfully identify and navigate corporate fraud within their organizations during a pandemic.

Course Objective: Provide an understanding to address the increased vulnerability and heightened risk for corporate fraud during a pandemic or other crisis. This includes examples on how to: assess areas most vulnerable to fraud; fraud prevention and mitigation procedures; actively monitoring for potential fraud red flags.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe fraud in the wake of COVID-19
  • Explain the fraud triangle to their internal environment
  • Explain the three line model to fraud mitigation
  • Identify practical fraud mitigation procedures to protect the organization
  • Identify potential red flags of fraud
  • EA Protect: our suggested approach to mitigate fraud risks

1.0 CPE credit in Behavioral Ethics


Nelson Luis
Luz Rodriguez
David Sumner


Friday, December 04, 2020 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM ET