Intensive Workshop on September 15th 2017
No one likes to think their employees will steal from them. But the fact remains that the most likely culprit is one of your long-term, trusted employees. Most accounting professionals will experience fraud in their organizations at some point in their careers. Some will be unfortunate enough to have it happen more than once. While it is never possible to completely eliminate fraud, there are best practice strategies that your organization can put in place to detect it early before it gets out of hand.
An organization cannot prevent fraud and corruption through policy alone. Ethical management, adequate control, and appropriate risk management activities must also be in place. Above all, it is crucial to your organization’s fraud management strategy that employees are able to recognize fraud and unethical behaviour and are willing to report their concerns. Through fraud awareness and prevention training your employees learn to appreciate the importance of risk identification and to recognize the ‘red flags’ of fraud. They learn how to respond to and report suspected fraud or misconduct in the workplace.
Every organization faces the risk of financial loss due to fraud, but maintaining an effective audit function can help mitigate that risk. Auditors, both external and internal, must have a thorough knowledge of fraud detection and prevention to effectively fulfill their mission. Additionally, one of the best measures that any organization can take to mitigate the loss associated with fraud is to equip employees with the skills and techniques needed to detect and prevent it. Maintaining an in-depth knowledge of fraud and how it can be detected and prevented is essential to maintaining the financial integrity of any organization, large or small.
In this workshop we teach you how fraud schemes work, what to look for and what you can do eradicate fraud.
If you would like to discuss your organization’s Fraud Awareness and Prevention Training needs or any aspect of your Anti-Fraud Strategy. Don't miss the boat!!!!
>> Demonstrate management’s commitment to ethical business behavior.
>> Raise employee awareness of the risks of fraud and unethical behavior.
>> Train employees on how to respond to and report suspected fraud.
>> Deter employees from unethical behavior.
>> Educate employees on the company anti-fraud policy and consequences that ensue
from any violations of the policy.
>> Obtain feedback from employees on perceived risks or control loopholes.
>> Learn how to integrate the internal controls approach into fraud risk management.
>> Recognize what constitute an anti-Fraud culture & general anti-fraud controls.
Employee’s fraud in the organization
General Fraud and Corruption
New Types of Fraud & Corruption
Factors or causation which constitutes fraud and corruption arisen in the organization
Prevention and Detection measurement
Sanction of Law (Labor Law)
Sanction of criminal law
Sanction of Civil Law
New release of Thai law and regulations relating to bribery and Corruption
Real Case Study
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Internal audit professional
Compliance and Legal officers
Management & Executive Staff who have the interests of their company at heart and anyone who is curious about Fraud Risk Management
Mr. Wasantachai Watanavongvisudhi
Partner, International Legal Counsellors Thailand
"How can a business protect itself against employees working for the competition?"
>> Over 30 years of experience in practice area of labor laws. He is a litigation partners dealing with various cases of labor disputes. He has successfully represented clients in many cases before the Central Labor Court of Thailand. His current position is a litigation partner and Expert on Labor Law, Litigation and Labor Department of International Legal Counsellors Thailand Ltd. He obtained LL.B. (Hons), Diploma in U.S. Business Law, Michigan campus and also LL.M. (Business Law) from Thammasat University, etc.
>> Expertise in Labor litigation cases in various Labor Courts of Thailand.
>> The expertise include the cases relating to dispute on unfair termination, labor claim, and labor dispute with the Labor Unions etc.
++ Law Lecturer (Visiting Instructor) on Labor Law, Siam University
++ Committee of Foreign Affair, Lawyers Council of Thailand (2013-Present)
++ Committee of Disciplinare Investigation, Lawyers Council of Thailand (2011)
++ Committee of Foreign Affair, Law Society (1989)
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