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

Speaker(s)

Nelson Luis
Principal
EisnerAmper
Luz Rodriguez
Manager
EisnerAmper
David Sumner
Director
EisnerAmper

Date

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