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Fraud Investigation, Fraud Prevention and Deterrence

    The EIMF Live Online Learning Experience   Participants will receive access to the recorded sessions of the course.   EIMF subject-matter experts deliver engaging and interactive courses across a broad spectrum of areas, that can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own chosen environment. Read more     Course Overview   In the highly evolving financial environment and the evolution in technology, fraud is increasing. It is important for people who want to work as fraud examiners to get a solid understanding of investigation of fraud. The course examines and describes the main methods of investigation in fraud which includes collecting evidence analyzing data and various methods of collecting information and tracing illicit transaction. It also covers interviewing methods and investigation procedures such as planning and conducting a fraud examination and report writing. The second part of the course is the Fraud Prevention and Deterrence and examines the auditor’s responsibilities, the importance of corporate governance and ethics. It also helps to understand criminal behavior and white-collar crime. Lastly, it deals with Fraud Prevention programs and risk management.    Show More +   Training Objectives   By the end of the programme, participants will be able to: Define main methods of collecting evidence  Obtain interviewing skills with regards to fraud investigation  Gather information with regards to fraud investigation  Learn about ethical responsibilities of fraud examiners  Understanding white-collar crimes.  Learn about fraud prevention programs      Training Outline   Analyzing evidence  Collecting Evidence  Data Analysis and Reporting Tools  Digital Forensics  Interviewing  Interview Theory and Application  Interviewing Suspects and Signed Statements  Gathering Information  Covert Operations  Sources of Information  Tracing Illicit Transactions  Investigation Procedures  Planning and Conducting a Fraud Examination  Report Writing      Who Should Attend   Internal & External Auditors  Accountants   Lawyers  Risk Managers & Compliance Officers  Chief Operating Officers & Financial Controllers   Executive Management      Training Style   The programme is designed to assist participants to investigate fraud cases and understand the ethic principles with regards to fraud examination but also how to prevent fraud. The course will also prepare the participants for the CFE examination. It will provide the participants with the appropriate skills to conduct investigations with regards to fraud but also help them understand the main principles required for fraud prevention.      CPD Recognition   This programme may be approved for up to 16 CPD units in Financial Regulation and AML. Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by your association, regulator or other bodies which you hold membership.   This training course may be approved as an external activity under the new ACAMS recertification category ''non-ACAMS credits'' for up to 16 CPD units. Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by the Association of Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). To read more about the non-ACAMS credits policies and eligibility criteria please click here.     In-house Training   For groups within the same organisation, this course may be customized to meet any specific needs and delivered in-house.    

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Financial Transactions & Fraud Schemes

  The EIMF Live Online Learning Experience   Participants will receive access to the recorded sessions of the course.   EIMF subject-matter experts deliver engaging and interactive courses across a broad spectrum of areas, that can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own chosen environment. Read more     Course Overview   In the highly evolving financial environment, fraud causes a lot of losses to financial institutions. It is important for people who work in the financial industry to familiar with basic accounting and auditing theory, fraud schemes and how these are performed, especially in terms of fraudulent financial transactions incurred in accounting records, as well as internal controls used to prevent fraud.     The course refers to the CBC’s Directive to Credit Institutions on Governance and Management arrangements in Credit Institutions and the 87(Ι)/2017 Law, which provides for the provision of Investment services, the exercise of investment activities, the operation of regulated markets and other related matters, state that the management body must ensure the integrity of the accounting and financial reporting systems, including financial and operational controls and compliance with the law and relevant standards.    Moreover, the course examines general accounting concepts and describes hundreds of the most common employee defalcation schemes, including financial statement fraud, asset misappropriation, bribery and corruption schemes. The course also highlights industry-specific fraud including healthcare fraud, financial institution fraud, insurance fraud, securities fraud, consumer fraud and many more.    Show More +   Training Objectives    By the end of the programme, participants will be able to:  Learn about main accounting concepts.  Understand the types of financial statements.  Learn about accounting principles and standards.  Analyse and recognize financial statement fraud.  Recognize various types of fraud schemes.     Training Outline    Accounting Concepts   Accounts and the Accounting Cycle   Journal Entries   Accounting Methods    Financial Statements  Balance Sheet   Income Statement   Statement of Changes in Owners’ Equity   Statement of Cash Flows  Users of Financial Statements    Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)  U.S. GAAP  International Financial Reporting Standards  Departures from Generally Accepted Accounting Principles    Occupational Fraud Schemes  Cash Receipts Schemes  Corruption  Financial Statement Fraud  Fraudulent Disbursements  Inventory and other assets    Other Fraud Schemes  Consumer Fraud  Contract and Procurement Fraud  Cyberfraud  Financial Institution Fraud  Health Care Fraud  Identity Theft  Insurance Fraud  Payment Fraud  Theft of Data and Intellectual Property      Who Should Attend    People charged with governacne of institutions  CFOs  Risk officers  Compliance Officers  Accounting and financial professionals  Internal and external auditors of both public and private sectors  Business owners  Professionals in banks and other financial institutions  Lawyers  Fraud officers      Training Style    The programme is designed to assist participants to recognize the main types of fraud and also prepare for the CFE examination (view the full CFE Exam Preparation Course). It will provide the participants with the appropriate skills and enable them to identify fraud in financial transactions and be able to recognize different fraud schemes in their everyday work.      CPD Recognition   This programme may be approved for up to 16 CPD units in Financial Regulation and AML. Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by your association, regulator or other bodies which you hold membership.   This training course may be approved as an external activity under the new ACAMS recertification category ''non-ACAMS credits'' for up to 16 CPD units. Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by the Association of Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). To read more about the non-ACAMS credits policies and eligibility criteria please click here.     In-house Training   For groups within the same organisation, this course may be customized to meet any specific needs and delivered in-house.    

288.00560.00
Legal Elements of Financial Fraud

  The EIMF Live Online Learning Experience   Participants will receive access to the recorded sessions of the course.   EIMF subject-matter experts deliver engaging and interactive courses across a broad spectrum of areas, that can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own chosen environment. Read more     Course Overview   The course will bring together understanding of complex financial transactions with an insight to law, methods, and ways resolve allegations of fraud. assist individuals who want to be certified fraud examiners to prepare for the Law examination for the CFE certification. It will assist them to understand the main types of legal systems and differentiate between the civil justice system and the criminal justice system. It also examines the various fraud schemes used in bankruptcy proceedings, the main money laundering methods, and securities and tax fraud methods. It also covers the basic principles of evidence and the individual rights during examinations which are necessary skills for a certified fraud examiner.   Show More +   Training Objectives   By the end of the programme, participants will be able to: Obtain an overview of the financial system Learn about the civil and criminal justice system Understand the main concepts of money laundering Learn to apply basic principles of evidence collected     Training Outline    Overview of the legal system Bankruptcy (Insolvency) Fraud Law related to Fraud Money Laundering Securities Fraud Tax Fraud   Practice and Procedure Basic principles of evidence Individual rights during examination Testifying   Punishing Offenders The civil justice system The criminal justice system     Who should attend    Internal & External Auditors Accountants Lawyers Risk Managers & Compliance Officers Chief Operating Officers & Financial Controllers Executive Management     Training Style    The programme is designed to assists participants to understand the main types of legal systems and learn about several Laws related to fraud. The course will also prepare the participants for the Law CFE examination (View the Full CFE Exam Preparation Course) . It will also provide the participants with a knowledge of the individual rights during a fraud examination.     CPD Recognition   This programme may be approved for up to 10 CPD units in Financial Regulation. Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by your association, regulator or other bodies which you hold membership.     In-house Training   For groups within the same organisation, this course may be customized to meet any specific needs and delivered in-house.

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