Advanced Agile Fraud Control, Auditing and Investigations – 2023


  • ·The risk of fraud is ever present and increasing.  The likelihood of falling victim to fraud is high and the impact can be devastating, both financially and reputationally.  
  • However, steps can be taken to reduce the risk of fraud and ensure that when (and unfortunately, it is a when, not an if) fraud is discovered, it is investigated professionally to facilitate the pursuit of a range of sanctions, ranging from criminal civil, disciplinary and regulatory (or any combination of in some jurisdictions).
  • This course provides the latest strategies and tactics that can be deployed and comprises case-studies from a range of sectors and industries, plus group exercises to build upon the training.


  • To assist those tasked with reducing the risk of fraud within their organisations, by providing a range of strategies and methodologies that can deployed
  • To offer tips on how to build a counter-fraud capability, working with stakeholders and other third-parties
  • To consider the types of policies that need to be in place to support a robust anti-fraud culture and how they should relate and refer to each other
  • To give advice on anti-fraud and bribery risk assessments and the supporting controls required
  • To provide information and tactics to those charged with either conducting or supporting criminal, civil, disciplinary and regulatory investigations (either face-to-face or remotely)
  • To understand the threat of cyber-crime and ways in which it can be prevented


   At the end of the course, participants will:

• Develop a raised awareness of the types of high-level strategies that can be adopted to reduce the risk of fraud, and how COVID-19 has changed the fraud risk landscape

• Have an understanding of the types of policies needed to support the above strategies

• Be able to conduct fraud risk assessments and test the required controls

• Be equipped to develop whistleblowing mechanisms

• Learn the skills required to conduct or support investigations.



  • Director
  • Chief Internal Auditor
  • Chief Risk Officer
  • Head of Compliance
  • Head of Finance / CFO
  • Head of Fraud & Inspection
  • Head of Vigilance
  • Head of Investigations
  • Account Managers
  • Company Secretaries
  • External and Internal Auditors
  • Internal Audit Managers
  • Audit Committee Chairs and Members
  • Regulators
  • Corporate Governance


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