This course will explore the advantages of adopting a strategic approach to the investigation of allegations of financial misconduct and malfeasance from both external and internal sources.
Adopting a problem solving methodology by placing participants within a course long immersive case study – based on a real life investigation- the many critical issues that can be faced will be explored.
This unique course constructed around a 10 step investigation model specifically developed for fraud investigations and the use of relevant historic case studies this course will allow participants to learn from the past, reflect on current practice and consider methodologies which may inform their future practice
Capitalize on the expert knowledge to gain maximum value on these vital issues:
· PRACTICE leadership, investigative and decision making skills in a protected learning environment
· EXPLORE the benefits of the structured 10 step Fraud investigation model
· DEVELOP and UTILIZE inductive and deductive reasoning skills within an investigative setting
· DISCOVER techniques to assist in analysing and recording important information
· RECOGNISE the costs and benefits of managing information gained from human intelligence sources
· DEMONSTRATE ability to manage organization and staff expectations within the context of a serious and complex investigation
Who should attend?
This workshop is suitable for those involved in the production or consumption of Data Analysis for Fraud Prevention in Electronic Financial Transactions (such as Debit, Credit and e-Banking). The workshop is intended for:
· Fraud Risk Managers
· Director of Fraud Operations
· Operation Risk manager
· Heads of Card Payments
· Fraud Investigator
· Fraud Analyst
· Internal Auditor
· Forensic accountants
Why You Cannot Miss this Event:
This course offers participants the opportunity to test their investigative and leadership skills within an immersive investigative environment alongside their peers. Conforming to the 70/20/10 professional development model the course introduces participants to strategies and tactics specifically designed to support a pro-active approach to the ever present threat of corporate fraud and malfeasance.