Ethics

This is a real-life example of fraud and the lessons that can be learned about the importance of controls, segregation of duties, system controls, processing controls, physical safeguards, controls in a time of change and the reality of the fraud triangle. In this webinar, we will cover a number of strategies to prevent fraud including fraud awareness training, ethics training, forensic analytics, internal control framework testing, goal setting, core values, fear of failure, transparency, and positive organizational behavior and how those would have affected this fraud.

Speaker

  • Nathan Mueller
    Fraud & Ethics Awareness Speaker, Co-author of Lessons From An $8 Million Fraud

Learning objectives:

Participants will be able to identify:

  • What was missing at ING that allowed the Fraud?
  • Lack of segregation of duties (Check Retrieval)
  • Lessons learned on prevention
  • Importance of controls
  • Physical safeguards (Checks, inventory)

Register before noon on FRIDAY, April 5th. Please email agaphiladelphia@GMAIL.COM for late reservations or to cancel reservations.

Cost: Free to members; $20 non-members - pay at door

Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:50 p.m. Eastern Standard Time

Program Level: Overview

Prerequisite: None

Advance Prep: None Required

CPE: Two credit hours

Field of StudyBehavioral Ethics (BETH)

Location: Wanamaker Bldg, 100 Penn Square, East, Room 524, OCR Conference Room -- 5th Floor

Date: April 10, 2019
 
 
 

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