Stunning losses, corporate collapses, and major financial scandals today have paused a great challenge for company directors, and regulators on Corporate Governance. Risk management strategies have failed, and there is widespread existence of unethical business behavior, fraud and corruption.
Examples of scandals facing organizations include, false payments, fraudulent loans, , leasing fraud, deliberate overcharging, fake invoices, bribery, kickbacks, false rebates and warranty claims, conflicts of interests, false reporting and much more. Financial Managers, financial controllers, Internal and external auditors are finding it difficult to argue it is not their responsibility to find fraud.
This course is designed to build appropriate controls which are meaningful and effective to prevent and detect fraud in organizations.
By end of training participants will be able to:
Who should attend
Finance Managers, Internal Auditors and Accountants, Financial Controllers, CEOs, CFOs and Executive Directors, Managers of Savings, Credit and Cooperative Societies, Project Managers and Project Accountants, Finance and Administration Staff, Risk Managers, Financial and Non-financial Professionals supporting or may be appointed to support or interface with an Internal Audit Committee or that might review internal audit findings and reports for Boards of Directors or PAC or shareholder reports for other informational purposes.
01 – 26 March, Kampala-UG
14 – 18 June, Port Elizabeth-SA
13 – 24 Sept, Kampala-Uganda
1875 (1 Week)
2975 ( 2Weeks)