13 November 2017 - 9:00 am-12:00 pm
The ACFI Fraud Manual – Overview of the ACFI Body of Knowledge
The ACFI Fraud Manual has been designed to broaden our knowledge of fraud in Canada and to act as a reference tool for those who deal with the prevention, detection, investigation and resolution of fraud and its related issues. The manual is available to all individuals either practicing or interested is practicing in the field.
The “CFI Bootcamp” workshops will provide an overview of the core concepts covered within the ACFI Manual. These workshops have been designed for those who are interested in writjng the certification exam, as well as those looking for a refresher/update..
Part I which will be offered on November 13th will cover the “Business & Finance” and “Investigations” modules...
Business & Finance
Allen Tait CFI, CPA,CA
Director, Forensic Investigation Team
Ontario Internal Audit Division, Treasury Board Secretariat
This module explores basic accounting concepts, discusses various types of organizations, describes ratio analysis & analytical procedures useful for evaluating the potential for fraud, and also addresses internal controls. Also includes examples of several corporate fraud policies.
Ray Haywood, CFI, CFE, ABCP
Director, Forensic Services
This module explores various fraud schemes, providing suggestions for identifying persons who perpetrate fraud and how one can plan an investigation. It also covers interview techniques, evidence gathering, public record information, asset tracing & recovery and forensic document examination.
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