Event Phone: 804-389-2609
- Conducting Internal Investigations
May 17, 2017 - May 18, 2017
7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Join our Richmond Chapter, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and the Virginia State Police for this two day, in depth seminar, Conducting Internal Investigations.
Are you called upon by your employer to investigate instances of fraud, waste and abuse both within your parent company and within related business affiliates? A well run internal investigation can enhance an enterprise’s well-being and can help detect the source of lost funds, identify responsible parties and recover losses. It can also provide a defense to legal charges by terminated or disgruntled employees. But perhaps most importantly, an internal investigation will signal to other employees that the company will not tolerate fraud.
This seminar will prepare you for every step of an internal investigation into potential fraud, from receiving the initial allegation to testifying as a witness. Learn to lead an internal investigation with accuracy and confidence by gaining knowledge about the key various topics, such as relevant legal aspects of internal investigations, using computers in an investigation, collecting and analyzing internal information, interviewing witnesses and writing reports.
Our Chapter and national ACFE have engaged as our speaker the ACFE’s internationally renowned fraud examiner and author GERRY ZACK, CFE, CPA, CIA, CCEP for this two day ACFE seminar designed to meet the needs of practicing internal and external auditors, fraud examiners, forensic accountants and investigators of all kinds as they conduct internal investigations. You don’t have to be a practicing fraud examiner or forensic accountant to apply these techniques, you just have to understand how to apply them during actual reviews and investigations.
You Will Learn How To:
–Assess the risk of fraud within your organization and respond when it is identified
–Detect and investigate internal frauds with the use of data analytics
–Collect documents and electronic evidence needed in the course of an investigation
–Perform effective information gathering and admission seeking interviews
–Discern legal and regulatory concerns related to internal investigations
Who Should Attend:
–Internal and external auditors, attorneys, legal professionals and law enforcement personnel
–Controllers and corporate managers
–Detectives and private investigators
–Attorneys, legal professionals and law enforcement personnel;
–Governance, risk management and compliance officers and investigators
–Business professionals, educators and students interested in the anti-fraud field;
–Forensic and management accountants, accounts payable and financial analysts;
–Loss prevention and security professionals, Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud professionals