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Detecting and Preventing Accounts Payable Fraud

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Category accounts payable fraud, anti fraud controls, fraud detection, fraud prevention

Deadline: March 08, 2018 | Date: March 08, 2018

Venue/Country: CO, U.S.A

Updated: 2018-02-06 15:50:14 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP


Employee fraud has become the major source of internal misconduct. Such fraud can cause serious and lasting financial losses and reputational damage to organizations. Employees are increasingly committing crimes such as embezzlement, check fraud, falsification of financial statements, and improper vendor collusion. Furthermore, Internet and technology have given workers new ways to misappropriate assets.


In this webinar, you’ll learn how to identify potential perpetrators in your organization, detect signs of fraud, and create robust controls that will eliminate opportunities for fraud.


Using case studies, the course will cover topics such as:

• Statistical illustration of the growing fraud threat

• Most common forms of employee fraud

• Why employees commit fraud

• How to identify the all-important red flags of fraud

• How to use critical tools and techniques for fraud detection

• How to apply software tools to audit and detect fraud

• How to develop and implement best practice anti-fraud controls


Accounts Payable (AP) is the one business function that, in many organizations, is more vulnerable to fraud than any other. That is because all funds that flow out of the organization must first pass through AP. And over time, dishonest insiders and vendors have created newer and craftier methods of stealing from organizations by exploiting control weaknesses in the AP function. It is thus necessary to determine if proper controls are already in place to prevent such crimes from occurring. From there, internal audit plans must be adjusted to include tests and methodologies for identifying the red flags of possible AP fraud. This enables management to initiate the further examination of suspicious findings and ultimately to apprehend offenders and remediate control weaknesses.


• Internal and External Audit Professionals

• Accounting and Audit Practitioners

• AP Managers

• Senior financial management seeking to reduce their vulnerability to costly frauds

• Procurement and Payables Specialists

• Compliance and Ethics Managers

• CFOs/Senior Financial Managers

• Security Personnel

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