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This webinar provides participants with a good understanding of fraud management. Beginning with the design and implementation of a fraud risk assessment, we also explain the value of establishing strong fraud risk management processes throughout the organization.
Beginning with defining fraud we explore the five key components to successful fraud management, discover fraud control activities, understand better the value of whistle-blower processes, take a peek at how auditors examine fraud risk management, and end with tips to enhance risk management.
We will also explore some best practices found in the Financial Services Industry including how some banks are helping customers help themselves. A lot of information is presented in an easy to understanding style.
It is never too early to focus on fraud risk in banking. Internal fraud attempts have increased significantly in the past three years. External fraud, including but not limited to identity theft are also on the rise. Regardless of how quickly the organization responds it never seems to be fast enough.
The time is ripe to take a holistic look at fraud risk management because most financial institutions don’t look at fraud that way. Instead, fraud management and fraud controls are scattered throughout different departments, beneath different managers, and seldom ever come together. Time to change that approach and assure stakeholders and shareholders that everything possible is being done to address this risk.
This is the first webinar that takes a look at the entire fraud management life cycle. In that review, we are able to establish current process disconnects that add risk to the organization. As we explore the components of robust fraud management practices alternatives are shared with participants that will strengthen the process, controls, and oversight of this highly fluid risk.