Raising the Bar on Fraud Risk Management – The Role of Internal Audit

November 25, 2020 | (Online)
Webcast , Countries

Cem Ozturk, Managing Director and Matthew Weitz, Associate Managing Director in the Business Intelligence and Investigations practice at Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, will present findings from a global joint research report by Kroll and the Internal Audit Foundation. 

The findings of the research consists of perceptions of the effectiveness of a fraud risk management program in organizations  - including prevention, detection and response; the tools used in the fight against fraud; instances of fraud versus perception; tone from the top; and resourcing for successful fraud risk management in an organization. Speakers will also be sharing trends and insights from APAC.

Schedule: 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. (AEDT)

Discussion Topics

  • Observations of shifting fraud risk trends ensuing from the COVID-19 environment 
  • Responsible authority for fraud risk management and detecting fraud in an organisation
  • Challenges in the heightened risk environment and ways in which the internal audit function must raise the bar and respond
  • Role of internal audit in fraud risk management, including prevention, detection and response and how the role is changing globally

Speakers


Forensic Investigations and Intelligence

The Kroll Investigations, Diligence and Compliance teams consists of experts in forensic investigations and intelligence, delivering actionable data and insights that help clients worldwide make critical decisions and mitigate risk.

Fraud, Corruption and Money Laundering

Global investigations to help clients identify wrongdoers, recover assets and seek legal remedies.

Regulatory and Compliance Risk

Kroll provides corporations, financial institutions and their regulators with the specialized expertise and resources they need to meet compliance and regulatory obligations and to respond to risks.