MAY TRAININGS: - Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

ASSOCIATION OF CERTIFIED FRAUD EXAMINERS
PHILIPPINES CHAPTER
For inquiries:
MAY TRAININGS:
Call 919 0910 / 09175194762 look for Kat or
email: [email protected]
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Registration Forms
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MAY 11:
WHY AUDITORS MISS FRAUD
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MAY 21-22:
BASIC DIGITAL FORENSICS
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MAY 28-29:
FRAUD DATA ANALYTICS- SQL
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MAY 30:
EFFECTIVE INTERVIEW TECHNIQUES DURING FRAUD
INVESTIGATION
UPCOMING TRAININGS:
- JUNE 9-10: CONDUCTING INTERNAL FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS
FRAUD RISK MANAGEMENT COURSE
Establishing an Effective Anti-Fraud Programme:
o Part 1- JUNE 6
Preparing an Effetive Ethics Programme
o Part 2- JUNE 20 Preparing an Effective Anti-Fraud Programme
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JULY 2-4:
PRINCIPLES OF FRAUD INVESTIGATION (3 DAYS)
FRAUD RISK MANAGEMENT COURSE
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JUNE 27:
FRAUD RISK MANAGEMENT
RESOURCE SPEAKER:
Jose Rizal O. Batiles CFE CPA CIA
Group Manager
Procter & Gamble International Operations (ROHQ)
MAY 11
WHY AUDITORS MISS FRAUD
CPE Units: 8 (Level – Basic)
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What is this training about?
This is about taking a closer look on why fraud
is missed out in the course of audits.
Why is it relevant?
In today’s fraud-prone environment, auditors
need to be conscious on what could be
inadvertently missed out in the course of an
audit engagement. This session will help the
auditors have a closer look on certain
practices that could lead to this miss.
How will it impact the organization?
By being more aware of the risk to miss out
fraud, the organization may have a better
chance of detecting fraud.
MAY 21-22
BASIC DIGITAL FORENSICS
CPE Units: 16 (Level – Basic)
This course provides an overview of computer forensics
and how to acquire, preserve, retrieve, and present data
that has been processed electronically and stored on
computer media.
Attendees will also learn how to establish controls and
procedures that can allow for the handling and recovery
from even the most devastating of incidents using
Computer Forensic techniques.
COURSE OUTLINE:
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Objective – to provide participants awareness on the factors that
may make the auditors miss fraud.
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The session will cover the following:
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Understanding the nature of fraud
The audit process and fraud
Common reasons why auditors miss fraud
The culpability of the auditors
Prevention and mitigation
Fees:
Members/Affiliates: P 4,000 , Non-members/Non-Affiliate: P 5,500
RESOURCE SPEAKERS:
Drexx D. Laggui
CISA CISSP CCSI CSA
Principal Consultant [Information Security
Laggui.Com
Mario B. Demarillas
CFE COBIT (F) CRISC CISA CISM CIA CPA
Director . Enterprise Risk Services / Cyber
Risk Services
Navarro Amper & Co. | Member of Deloitte
Touche Tohmatsu Limited
COURSE OUTLINE:
The threat of computer crime against an organization's infrastructure
has grown significantly. In this course, you gain experience in the latest
computer forensic techniques to recognize and respond to
security threats.
 Knowledge of an effective computer forensics incident-response
strategy and tactics
 Know how a successful investigation is conducted, from the initial
response to conclusion
 Learn to identify and retrieve hidden information.
 Analyze storage media and recover deleted files
 Identify information-hiding techniques
 Know how user activity is reconstructed from e-mail, temporary
Internet files and cached data
Target attendees:
- Management Executives
- IT/MIS Professionals
- IT and Financial Auditors
- Corporate lawyers
- Litigation support staff
Required: Bring laptops with admin settings
Fees:
Members/Affiliates: P 9,000 , Non-members/Non-Affiliate: P 12,000
RESOURCE SPEAKER:
Mario B. Demarillas
CFE COBIT (F) CRISC CISA CISM CIA CPA
Director . Enterprise Risk Services / Cyber Risk Services
Navarro Amper & Co. | Member of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
Limited
May 28-29
FRAUD DATA ANALYTICS- SQL
CPE Units: 16 (Level – Basic)
To be released.
Fees:
Members/Affiliates: P 9,000 , Non-members/Non-Affiliate: P 12,000
RESOURCE SPEAKER:
Kris V. Curaming CFE
AVP - Foreign Exchange and Money Market Operations
* One of the top global banks
May 30, 2015
EFFECTIVE INTERVIEW TECHNIQUES DURING
FRAUD INVESTIGATION
CPE Units: 8 (Level – Basic)
Interview is one of the most important activities
during fraud investigation. Without your
interviewing skills, required information needed to
help solve your case is very difficult to obtain. On
several instances, result of investigation turned out
bad due lack of fraud examiners skill to detect
deception and/or obtain a written confession on
the guilty persons.
COURSE OUTLINE:
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By learning the globally accepted interviewing
techniques, probability of solving your case will
significantly increase.
Understand the various elements of conversation and different
personalities.
 Get more information by avoiding inhibitors of communication
and building facilitators of communication.
 Use a different interview approach for each type of personality.
Effectively apply different types of interview questions
 Building rapport through introductory questions
 Getting more leads through informational questions
 Detecting deceptive respondents through assessment questions
and understanding of body language.
 Getting more leads even after the interview through closing
statements
 Using structured approach and persuasion skills to obtain written
confession from guilty suspects
Fees:
Members/Affiliates: P 4,000 , Non-members/Non-Affiliate: P 5,500
June 9-10
CONDUCTING INTERNAL FRAUD
INVESTIGATION
RESOURCE SPEAKERS:
John B. Estioko CFE CPA MBA CISA
CrMA CICA
CPE Units: 16 (Level – Basic)
Internal fraud investigations can be a difficult task
especially to those who are not trained to do so.
The investigation can be costly for the company just to
prove the wrong doing of an employee and/or senior
management. It can also lead to a variety of legal
problems and other unexpected complications if it’s not
conducted properly with utmost care and confidentiality.
Target attendees:
- Certified Fraud Examiners and other antifraud specialists e.g. CPA, CIA, CISA, CSP
- Internal and Independent Auditors /
Consultants
- Compliance Officers and Business Managers
including HR Managers
- Loss Prevention and Security Professionals
Atty. Laureano L. Galon Jr. CFE, CPA
Partner
Rodriguez Casila Galon & Associates Law
Firm
COURSE OUTLINE:
Learn how to lead an internal fraud investigation with accuracy and
confidence.
 What constitutes Occupational Fraud?
 Understanding Fraud Examination
 Steps Involved in Conducting an Internal Fraud Investigation
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Overview of the Legal System
The Laws Related on Fraud
Individual’s Rights During Examinations
Basic Principles of Evidence
Criminal Prosecutions for Fraud
Tips in Testifying as a Witness
 Tips to Deter Occupational Fraud
Fees:
Members/Affiliates: P 8,000 , Non-members/Non-Affiliate: P 11,000
June 6, 20
Establishing an Effective Anti-fraud Program
CPE Units: 16 (Level – Basic)
FRAUD RISK MANAGEMENT COURSE
RESOURCE SPEAKERS:
Jose Rizal O. Batiles CFE CPA CIA
Group Manager, Procter & Gamble
International Operations (ROHQ)
In the wake of the economic collapse, the field of risk
management has attracted increased mainstream
attention. Every organization should start being aware
of the negative effects of uncontrolled risk.
Unfortunately, many risk management professionals
tend to underestimate the role of fraud in the scope of
their professional duties.
With organizations losing an estimated five (5%)
percent of their annual revenues to fraud, the need to
strengthen their anti-fraud policy and pre-emptive,
comprehensive approach to fraud deterrence is
important. As organizations focus on risk, they should
take the opportunity to consider, enact and improve
measures to detect, deter and prevent fraud. This
course will explain how organizations can integrate antifraud initiatives into their risk management programs to:
□ Support fraud risk management initiatives by
establishing an anti-fraud culture and promoting
fraud awareness throughout the organization
COURSE OUTLINE:
Learn the role of ethics in the anti-fraud program of the company;
Identify the elements of a strong ethical corporate culture and
promote fraud awareness to employees at all levels of the
organization.
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Ethics
Importance and Consequences of Unethical Practices
Purpose of the fraud response plan
Corporate policy
Definition of fraud
Roles and responsibilities
1. The response
2. The investigation
3. Organisation’s objectives with respect to dealing with fraud
4. Follow-up action
 Workshop/Case study
□ Identify, assess and manage fraud risks from
all sources
June 26-27
Fraud Risk Management
□ Develop a system of internal controls to
address the entity’s fraud risks
CPE Units: 16 (Level – Basic)
RESOURCE SPEAKER:
□ Address and respond to any identified
instances of fraud
Target attendees:
- Management Executives
- Risk Management Officers
- Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud
specialists
- Internal and Independent Auditors
- Consultants
- Compliance Officers and Business Managers
including HR Managers
Kris V. Curaming CFE
AVP - Foreign Exchange and Money
Market Operations
* One of the top global banks
John B. Estioko CFE CPA MBA CISA CrMA CICA
COURSE OUTLINE:
Develop and implement the necessary components of a
successful fraud risk management program
 Fraud – its extent, patterns and causes
o The scale of the problem
o Which businesses
o Why do people commit fraud?
 Risk management – an overview
o What is risk management?
o Corporate governance
o The risk management cycle
o Establish a risk management group and set goals
 Case Study
Fees per 2-day training session:
Members/Affiliates: P 8,000 , Non-members/Non-Affiliate: P 11,000
Group discount: 10% for 3 pax and above.
Venue will be at the ACFE Training Room. However if the total participants would exceed 12,
we will be informing the participants on the alternative venue through emails and phonecalls.
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September 16-18, 2015
Intercontinental Hotel Manila
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