It's the spookiest time of year and the perfect time for our annual review of recent fraud events and accounting irregularities as noted by the SEC. Learn about the latest real-life fraud practices, the most common fraud schemes in the U.S., as well as good control practices that can reduce the likelihood of these events happening to your organization.
- Identify common fraud perpetration strategies.
- Recognize how to prevent and detect organizational fraud.
- Gain awareness of recent SEC fraud cases.
Who Should Attend
CFOs, Financial Controllers, Accounting Managers and other CPAs seeking to fortify their organizations against fraud.
- Head of Sales and Customer Success
Nancy Wu has spent most of her career working in consulting and auditing various accounting departments’ financial close processes for public and private organizations ($200 Million to $4 Billion).
Her published work around leveraging user behavior to design internal controls is archived in the Cornell University Library. Ms. Wu is also the author of a whitepaper that discusses management standards around the balance sheet reconciliation process. She is the subject matter expert on an award-winning webinar program that draws hundreds of sign-ups each month on topics ranging from internal controls over financial reporting, to month-end close infrastructure, to Finance tone at the top.
Ms. Wu currently leads sales... Read more
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Date & Time
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
11:00 AM EDT
(see additional timezones)
|Delivery method:||Group Internet Based|
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