Identifying Fraudulent Financial Transactions

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Overview

8 Credits
IN-PERSON

Financial statement fraud is a significant problem plaguing corporate America. This course defines the nature of financial statement fraud, the auditor’s responsibility for fraud and a framework for detecting fraud and prevention. Learn to identify the red flags of fraud in financial information and analyze a variety of fraud schemes.

Objectives

This course trains financial professionals how to identify fraud and develop policies and procedures to prevent financial statement fraud

Major Topics

  • Introduction to Financial Statement Fraud
  • Auditor’s Responsibility to Detect Fraud
  • A Framework for Detecting Fraud
  • Identifying Fraud Exposure
  • Revenue-Related Fraud
  • Inventory and Cost of Goods Fraud
  • Overstatement of Assets
  • Understatement of Liabilities
  • Inadequate Disclosure
  • Fraud Prevention

Designed For

Accountants in industry, internal auditors and CPAs in public practice who are responsible for managing fraud risks

Prerequisite

Experience in Accounting and Auditing

Sessions

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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

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Accepted for CMA and CFM continuing education credit

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