Event Phone: 804-389-2609
- RVACFES Fraud Prevention
July 23, 2015
7:30 am - 4:25 pm
Fraud Prevention – 8 CPE Credits
July 23, 2015
Virginia State Police Training Center
7700 Midlothian Turnpike, West Chesterfield, Virginia 23235
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Join our Richmond Chapter, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and the Virginia State Police for this one day, in depth seminar, Fraud Prevention!
Virtually every entity suffers from fraud, though management might not know it. With fraud costing entities an estimated 5 percent of their annual revenues, organizations lacking proactive fraud prevention measures are the most at risk. This one-day, instructor-led course will show you why traditional internal controls can be ineffective in preventing many frauds and how to combat fraud more effectively and economically.
Discover what you can do to protect your organization and client’s from fraud. Learn about management’s responsibilities for preventing fraud and effective internal controls to aid in this effort. This course will take you further into leading techniques to manage the risk of fraud and cut its ongoing cost for all types of entities.
You Will Learn How To:
–Define the legal aspects of fraud prevention;
–Recognize the differences between fraud deterrence and fraud detection;
–Identify reasons why traditional internal controls often fail to deter fraud;
–Implement the seven factors for establishing an anti-fraud program;
–Find the gaps in your fraud prevention process;
–Outline the elements typically found in an anti-fraud policy.
Who Should Attend:
–Controllers and corporate managers;
–Forensic and management accountants, accounts payable and financial analysts;
–Governance, risk management and compliance officers;
–Internal and external auditors, CPAs and CAs;
–Loss prevention and security professionals;
–Business professionals, educators and students interested in the anti-fraud field;
–Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud professionals.
This event satisfies the ACFE’s requirement of two Ethics CPE hours per year.
Your Nationally Recognized Speaker is …
Christopher S. Rossetti, CFE, CPA, CFF, a recipient of the ACFE’s Distinguished Service Award, served as Director of Forensic Investigations for KPMG’s New York office prior to joining Bollam, Sheedy, Torani, & Co. LLP (BST) in 2003 where he set up the firm’s forensic accounting practice.
Chris serves as a member of the ACFE’s faculty, teaches regularly at workshops and has presented at 10 of the ACFE’s annual fraud conferences on a variety of fraud-related subjects. He has also served as the Chairman of the ACFE’s Education Committee, and the ACFE Foundation.
Mr. Rosetti has authored a number of fraud related articles, has been featured in numerous newspaper articles and television segments, including CNBC. He has testified as an expert witness on many occasions, and has given hundreds of fraud related presentations internationally. As a Confidential Investigator with the then newly formed NYS Office of the
Inspector General, he conducted operational audits focusing on fraud, waste and corruption. Over the course of the next six years he was involved in numerous investigations that were publicized in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and local
newspapers, including one which was used as a case study for an Ethics Class at Georgetown University. He has also been involved in international investigations in Cuba, Greece, Morocco and Puerto Rico.
Venue: Virginia State Police Academy
Venue Phone: 804-389-2609
Venue Website: http://www.cvacfes.comAddress: