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Fraud Management Conferences by GAC

The business case for Fraud Management training

Preventing fraud is a big responsibility for all levels of management and the Board. Managers are responsible for preventing and detecting fraud, they must constantly ask themselves,

“What more can we do?”

Most fraud is discovered through internal controls and employees who notice suspicious activities. Therefore, this training is designed to refresh and equip participants on emerging fraud management solutions to deter fraud.

An important component of this training is the case studies. Surveys of c

orporate training indicate that case studies help users develop problem-solving skills, critical thinking, and judgment. They also emphasize intuitive thinking. Further, case analysis allows participants to experience the challenge of putting meaningful clues together. This is particularly important because it’s often hard to put clues together in a timely fashion—the average time to detect fraud is two to three years.

Well-trained employees can protect your company by identifying suspicious activity. Training provides an effective way to communicate management’s commitment to ethical operations. Additionally, training will ultimately lead to cost reduction as a result of sealing loopholes in established processes.

Corruption, embezzlement, fraud, these are all characteristics which exist everywhere. It is regrettably the way human nature functions, whether we like it or not. What successful economies do is keep it to a minimum. No one has ever eliminated any of that stuff.

Alan Greenspan

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