Webinar Details

Demystifying the World of Occupational Fraud

by Nancy Wu from SkyStem

FREE

Course Description

We are all responsible for fraud prevention and detection, no matter what role we have in our organization. Join us in this session as we examine the biennial Report to the Nations. Sponsored by the ACFE, this report is widely acknowledged as one of the most exhaustive data compilations on occupational fraud. Learn about the cost of occupational fraud, how fraud is perpetrated, and the profiles of the fraudsters and victims of fraud.

Learning Objectives
  • Review the ACFE's biennial Report to the Nations.
  • Recognize the cost of occupational fraud.
  • Understand how fraud is perpetrated.
  • Identify profiles of fraudsters and victims of fraud.
Prerequisites
  • None.
Who Should Attend

Accounting and finance professionals who would like to understand occupational fraud and develop measures to prevent and detect fraud.

Advanced Preparation

None required.

Presenter Details
Nancy Wu
  • Head of Sales and Customer Success
  • SkyStem

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

  • nwu@skystem.com
  • (646) 833-3177
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Date & Time
Tuesday, July 16, 2019

11:00 AM EDT
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Additional Information
Cost: FREE
Credits: 1.00 hours
Subject area: Accounting
Course level: Overview
Delivery method: Group Internet Based
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