Anti-Fraud and Transparency Policy Making
Because transparency is a necessary factor to promote and continuity in any organisation, this course will be of benefit to professionals in a variety of capacities. This includes managers who oversee the administrative processes in their organisations, project managers, officers responsible for the management of contracts and procurement, policy-makers and advisors.
This course will also be of interest to financial investigators and members of law enforcement agencies and those involved in compliance, due diligence and prevention activity.
Who Should Attend
Senior managers and executives who have the responsibility of creating infrastructure to deter the occurrence of fraud and promote a culture of transparency.
Fraud investigators will also benefit from attending this course.
- Introduce and establish standards of management practice that will curb the event of fraud and corruption
- Develop transparency initiatives in your organisation and raise awareness of its benefits
- Combat fraud effectively by having the skills to review and update methods of investigating and reducing the effects of fraud and corruption
- Understand the complex world of money laundering
- Recognise the impact of money laundering on the world economy
- Understand the significant implications of adopting IFRS standards for financial reporting
- Identify Organisational/Departmental core outputs by analysing and monitoring the process through performance indicators
- Understand organisational fraud risk and how to monitor and manage it