Anti-Fraud Skills for Financial Leaders

Years after some of the biggest scandals of all time, fraud continues to pose a significant threat to organizations of ALL sizes. From stealing petty cash to pulling off elaborate embezzlement and accounting schemes, companies need to enhance their defenses against this never-ending threat.

This program, sponsored by EY, focuses on the basics of how fraud is perpetrated and prevented:
  • who commits fraud and why
  • external fraud
  • important red flags
  • detection and investigation techniques; and
  • internal controls plus action steps if you find fraud in your organization
Who Should Attend:
This one-day course is geared toward financial professionals in private and public companies and firms responsible for fraud management, risk management and internal controls from line managers to CFOs and the Board of Directors.

What You Will Learn:
  • Recognize the "fraud problem"
  • Identify red flags
  • Understand how to report fraud
  • Estimate areas of greatest risk

Course includes breakfast, lunch, refreshment breaks and all course materials.

Financial Executives International (FEI) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website:

Instructional method: Group-Live
 Recommended CPE Credits: 8 credits, field of Accounting
 Experience Level: Basic
 Prerequisites/advance preparation: None

For FEI CPE credits, one credit hour equals 50 minutes according to NASBA guidelines. Some state boards may differ on how minutes constitute a credit hour. Contact your state board for more information. Questions or comments? Contact FEI via email or phone, 973.765.1080.



Thank you to our event sponsor


John Fleming

Loscalzo Institute