A lack of internal controls contributes to nearly a third of global fraud cases. Proactively addressing your organisations vulnerabilities allows you to mitigate potential exposure to fraud.
Effectively identifying, describing, and assessing individual fraud risks allows for a comprehensive fraud risk assessment for the entire organisation. Fraud risk assessments allow you to address and navigate internal and external weaknesses to fraud.
Our one-day Creating Effective Fraud Risk Assessments course gives you a guide to understand the importance of fraud risk assessments and how to execute them effectively to ensure your organisation can run efficiently while minimising the risk of fraud.
Leave the day with the knowledge needed to understand types of fraud, identify and mitigate fraud risks and develop your own effective fraud risk assessments.
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Please note we will use Zoom to virtually deliver this course
Peter Tickner spent nearly 40 years as an auditor in the NHS, central government and the Police. After a five year spell as an audit lecturer at the Civil Service College in the 1980s Peter became Head of Internal Audit of Her Majesty’s Treasury in 1988. In 1995 Peter left HM Treasury to become Director of Internal Audit for London’s Metropolitan Police, a post he held until early retirement in 2009, when he set up his own consultancy and fraud investigation business.
While at the Metropolitan Police Peter set up a highly successful internal fraud investigation unit looking at ...