Focus and Features

Fraud negatively impacts any organization in many ways possible. The world has seen several businesses shutting down or key executives being jailed because large-scale fraud cases. As a reaction, the government has intervened, through legislation and stricter regulations, increasing management's responsibility for fraud risk management. Organizations were demanded to implement good governance practices to assure the public and stakeholders that management and those charge in governance are handling seriously fraud matters.

Only through diligent efforts that an organization can protect itself against the threats of fraud. As part of the organization, internal auditors play a vital role in delivering a "no fraud tolerance" attitude.

This two-day interactive seminar-workshop is intended to provide the participants awareness on fraud and how it can be dealt with.

What You Will Learn

Overview of Fraud

  • What is Fraud?
  • Typical Roles and Responsibilities for Fraud
  • Internal Auditing Standards in relation to Fraud and Fraud Risk
  • Reasons for Fraud
  • Examples of Fraud
  • Potential Fraud Indicators

i. Soft Indicators

ii. Hard Indicators

Fraud Prevention and Detection

  • Preventive and Detective Controls

i. Anti-Fraud Policy

  • Tools and Techniques in Detecting Fraud

i. The Whistleblowing Policy

ii. Auditing the Fraud Hotline

Fraud Risk Assessment

Fraud Investigation

  • Internal Auditing's Role in the Investigation
  • Difference Between Auditing and Fraud Investigation
  • Investigation Process
  • Interviewing
  • Writing an Investigation Report


Olidan Ceasar Galvez

Managing Partner at Galvez & Nicdao Consulting Co.

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St. Giles Hotel, Makati Avenue corner Kalayaan Avenue Makati City Philippines
Makati Avenue corner Kalayaan Avenue
Makati City, Philippines

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