The changing nature of business has created new opportunities, but also new risks and potential threats including the increasing sophistication of fraud, organized crime more complex legislation and regulations, some with increasing extra-territorial reach, developing challenges around technology, complex cross-border disputes, pitfalls from expanding into emerging markets, dependencies on unfamiliar business partners more complex supply and distribution channels, theft and misuse of intellectual property.
The growing financial crimes and frauds in organizations has increased the demand for certified finance professionals with the added knowledge of investigative techniques who will be able to determine whether an activity is illegal or not. This course aims to develop such investigative skills that are required to expose business frauds, measure subsequent damage, and provide litigation support within the accounting and auditing framework.
Organizations that effectively monitor and swiftly respond to potentially damaging situations such as these are better placed to deal with them quickly and successfully, while reducing adverse financial, reputational or operational impact.
This training course is specifically designed to equip an accounting and finance professional to understand the nuances of forensic accounting and effectively make use of this knowledge for preventing, detecting, investigating and reporting financial frauds. The course structure enables an in-depth understanding of the audit techniques, fraud detection techniques, accounting and law, practically auditing and investigation of frauds, collection of evidence/documentation which can stand the test of legal scrutiny and write succinct, factual reports.
Learn how to Prevent, Detect, and Correct Fraud in your organization.
- Understand the mechanics of forensic accounting
- Assessment of the damages
- Investigating and analyzing financial evidence
- Learn the types of frauds
- Analyze different types of tools used in fraud detection
- Understand Indian laws and legislation for combatting fraud
Who should attend?
- Finance & Accounting Professionals
- Banking professionals & Consultants
- Chartered Accountants
- Internal and External Auditors
- Company Secretaries
- Heads of Legal
- Heads of Risk Management
- Professional Founders & Entrepreneurs