Conferences Presenting

Mediterranean Cruise Conference
August 04, 2020
7:30AM - 1:00PM
Ray Thompson, CBA, CFM, CMA
Live Event
6
Basic
Accounting/ Auditing (3), Auditing (3)
None

Course Description

This course aims to link approaches to fraud detection, prevention and reporting with the evaluation of internal control (COSO) using case studies and real-life examples. The recent ACFE Report on Fraud explains how some companies continue to ignore lessons which have been learned over decades. Recently enacted standards on related party fraud are reshaping management and the auditor's responsibilities. At the same time cyber fraud is posing new challenges for all types and sizes of business. Ineffective internal control is the key enabler for most types of fraud. This course discusses real-life examples of internal control breakdowns and their consequences using the revised COSO model. The potential uses of data analytics to provide a more cost effective and focused approach to evaluating controls will also be described.



Course Specifics

Accounting/ Auditing , Auditing
None
LE9209002
None


Compliance Information

103220
Qualifies for CA Fraud: No


Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Summarize ACFE's 2019 report on fraud in business
  • Explain it, how and whether organizations punish fraudsters
  • Identify the auditor's responsibilities and effectiveness in finding fraud
  • Summarize recent standards on related party fraud risks
  • Describe the ways in which cyber fraud occurs today
  • Understand the use of data analytics to detect fraud
  • Judge whether Internal controls are becoming more effective
  • Evaluate compliance and financial reporting risks in today's economy
  • Understand the revised COSO model's principles and points of focus
  • Describe how internal controls broke down according to recent SEC and PCAOB enforcement actions
  • List the challenges to internal control; in closely held companies
  • Appreciate how data analytics can be used to evaluate internal control


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