Fighting Fraud In Africa | LinkedIn

Dear Fellow Anti-White Collar Crime Fighter:

In today’s African economy, many employees are truly struggling financially and putting food on the table is a basic need for all of them. Where will the money come from? Many will look to the most ready source of cash: Their employer.

Learning Objectives of the Conference:

This first-of-its-kind Summit will give you expert advice and
techniques for protecting your organization against bribery,
kickbacks, conflict of interest and other forms of corruption, AS WELL
AS other costly crimes such as…

• Cyber-fraud in Eastern and Southern Africa

• Cash Theft

• Financial reporting fraud

• Billing schemes

• Much more from top experts

Don’t miss this opportunity to protect your organization and Africa’s
critical institutions against the damaging effects of fraud and
cyber-crime…

What you’ll learn:
• How common frauds such as embezzlement, kickbacks, bribery,
financial statement fraud and corporate espionage are executed day in and day out .
• Fraud awareness and a Fraud Management Strategy
• How to conduct an effective Fraud Risk Assessment
• How to spot the many red flags of fraud—so your organization can
investigate for hard evidence and catch the bad guys before losses
pile up
• How to protect your organization and its employees from corruption
its international legal traps
• Developing a fraud awareness training program
• How to develop an effective fraud management strategy
• Understanding Internal Controls and how to implement the best ones for YOUR organization
• How to stay a step ahead of cyber-fraudsters your organization
• The fraud-audit tools and techniques that have proven to be most effective
• Much much more

Who Should Attend:

• Government officials, Chief Executives, Directors- General, Executive Directors,
• GMs, Senior Staff of: Finance
• Fraud Management and Investigations
• Security Management
• Anti-money Laundering
• Information security
• Corporate Security Managers
• Regulatory Management
• Insurance Executives
• Corporate Compliance
• Purchasing Managers
• Risk Management
• Loss Control Managers
• Admin Managers
• Internal Auditors and Independent Auditors
• Forensic Auditors /Accountants
• Fraud Risk Managers
• Operational Risk Personnel
• Security Manager
• Fraud Control and Corruption Prevention Practitioners
• HR Managers & HR Specialists
• Whistle Blower Program Administrators
• Investigative Journalists
• Ethicists
• Investigators
• Lawyers
• Accountants and Auditors,
• Fraud Examiners
• Law Enforcement Personnel,
• Special Investigation Unit Personnel and Professionals Employees
• Educators seeking the knowledge necessary to detect fraudulent activities

Biographies
PETER GOLDMANN is president of White-Collar Crime 101 LLC, the
publisher of White-Collar Crime Fighter, a widely read monthly
newsletter for internal auditors, controllers, corporate counsel,
financial operations managers and fraud investigators. The newsletter
is in its 15th year of publication under Peter’s leadership. Peter is
the author of Fraud in the Markets: Why it Happens and How to Fight
It, published by John Wiley & Sons, as well as four other anti-fraud
books. Peter also developed FraudAware, the leading fraud awareness training program. A user-friendly learning tool, FraudAware uses workshop, Webinar and E-Learning formats to educate employees and managers at all levels in how to detect, prevent and report incidents of fraud or suspicious conduct.

I look forward to welcoming you to this special event! To register, please contact me by cell or Email (see below).

Very sincerely,

Proctor Nyemba CFE, CFSO,CRA ,MIoDz
Senior Partner
Proctor Fraud & Risk Advisory Group
CFE ,CFSO, MIoDz
Marondera, Zimbabwe Africa.
Cell: +263 772 469 893 or 0772 778 326
Email: pnyemba@proctor.co.zw

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