Fraud Detection, Prevention for the Not-for-Profit Sector, NYS Comptroller, Thomas P. DiNapoli, free seminar at:
Queens Chamber of Commerce
75-20 Astoria Boulevard, Jackson Heights, New York
This training seminar offered by the New York State Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) seeks to educate not-for-profit staff and board members on how to prevent and detect fraud within their organizations.
- Is taught by forensic auditors who have worked with investigators to identify fraud, and who have worked with law enforcement to prosecute fraud successfully.
- Includes case studies of actual fraud in the not-for-profit sector as experienced first-hand by the course instructors.
- Provides a risk assessment model to help identify the most cost-effective detective and preventive controls to use in addressing fraud.
- Features various takeaway tools for immediate use, such as a fraud risk assessment tool, the “Red Flags for Fraud” handbook, an internal control self-assessment survey, a fraud detection checklist, and model versions of an ethics policy and code of conduct.
- Includes interactive participation and question-and-answer opportunities with expert forensic auditors.
- Offers CPEs for eligible accountants.