A fraud risk management is a method that is used by an organization to systematically identify where and how fraud may occur and who may be in a position to commit fraud. This drives an organization to identify fraud risk schemes as well as respective controls that may prevent or detect these schemes. Additionally, a fraud risk assessment will measure the detective or preventative controls to ensure they are designed and operating effectively. This workshop aims to enhance participants understanding of fraud, best practice standards in fraud control, effective prevention and detection approaches and the appropriate response strategies to minimise impact from fraud incidents.
Richard is one of the leading and most experienced Forensic practitioners in the Asia Pacific region. He has over 35 years’ experience in fraud and corruption consulting, investigations, and forensic training on variety of topics. He was previously Deloitte Indonesia Forensic leader and National Fraud & Corruption Risk Deloitte Partner in Melbourne, Australia and Lead Victoria Government Services Forensic Partner, from 2004 to 2014. . He was also the Officer in Charge of Bank Fraud Investigations Unit for the Victoria Police. Richard is a qualified lawyer.
30 – 31 March 2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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