Anti-Fraud Collaboration Announces Free Webcast — Building a Fraud-Resistant Organization
Financial reporting fraud can prove costly for investors and other capital market stakeholders. The IIA is proud to offer a free webcast — Building a Fraud-Resistant Organization — on Thursday, 8 January, 2015 from 1:00-2:00 p.m. (EDT). This webcast will explore a new Anti-Fraud Collaboration report, The Fraud-Resistant Organization: Tools, Traits, and Techniques to Deter and Detect Financial Reporting Fraud.
Members will learn about best practices for fraud deterrence and detection, including the critical importance of collaboration on this issue among the key players in the financial-reporting supply chain.
During the webcast, a panel of experts will discuss the three central themes of The Fraud-Resistant Organization — strong “tone at the top,” skepticism and robust communications — and explain how financial supply-chain participants can incorporate these important techniques into their respective roles. Panelists will also address the challenges that multinational companies face in executing effective fraud deterrence and detection programs.
Established in 2010, the Anti-Fraud Collaboration is a partnership formed by the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ), Financial Executives International, The IIA, and the National Association of Corporate Directors. Its mission is simply stated: to promote integrity in financial reporting. For additional resources from the partnership — including a roundtable summary report, financial literacy quiz, case studies and articles — visit antifraudcollaboration.org.
This program is FREE of charge and eligible for 1 CPE credit and 1 NACD skill-specific credit. It will be archived on the Webcasts page of the CAQ website for those unable to participate during the live broadcast.