Risk Culture & Governance in the Context of Fraud Prevention

1.5 CPE Credits, 0 Ethics Credits

ACFE-GTA E-Learning

Course Description

Panel Discussion:

Embedding risk management, including fraud prevention/detection practices successfully into an organization’s culture can be challenging. A key issue is how we translate the management of risk, including fraud prevention from a theoretical exercise to a resilient and practical set of activities that have resonance and meaning across the organization at all levels. For risk management and fraud prevention to be truly effective, it must be managed as an inherent part of delivering day-to-day business activities, and requires significant communication, collaboration, and coordination across the business. However, no two organizations are the same, and the ways in which sound risk management, including fraud prevention practices can be established varies from business to business, taking into account a wide range of situational and cultural aspects. In this presentation, Rachael will share the results of the ACCA’s most recent Risk Culture Global Trends Survey.

What You Will Learn

Panel we will learn from:

Rachel Johnson, BA, Head of Risk Management & Corporate Governance, ACCA

Atif Pervez, CPA, CA, FCCA (UK), CIA, CISA, Manager, Enterprise Risk Services, MNP

Shahid Qureshi, ICD.D, CPA, CGA, FCCA (UK), CIA (USA), Chair, Board of Directors, Calgary Parking Authority

Monica Young, FCCA, Risk & Compliance Director, KPMG LLP

The Speaker


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