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Deterring fraud and corruption through sound corporate governance and ethics risk management 26 July
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Corporate governance failures that manifest through fraudulent and corrupt behavior or conduct are poorly understood in SA. Unlike the public sector that are compelled through regulatory reporting to ‘air’ misdemeanors, the private sector continues to hide behind veils of secrecy where their organisations may be exposed to these threats.

2018/07/26
When: 08:00
Where: IRMSA Training Centre
144 Katherine Street
Grayston Ridge Office Park, Block A, First Floor
Johannesburg, Gauteng  2196
South Africa
Presenter: Adv Werner Bouwer & Ms Megan Grindell
Contact: Nazlee Kok
011 555 1800


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Adv Werner Bouwer & Ms Megan Grindell

1 Day



R 3 959.00 ex VAT

R 4 280.00 ex VAT

Course outline

This workshop will aid the audit, risk and compliance professional in effectively building a fraud risk governance framework that will ensure oversight, supervision and identify accountable role-players. It will also provide a critical perspective on a range of different risk reporting tools and methodological perspectives relevant to fraud, corruption and ethics risk management.

 

·         The South African corporate governance environment: including discussions on King IVTM perspectives and ethics.

·         Key governance, risk & compliance interface  points  in the management of fraud and corruption risk

·         The rise of reputational risk – case study and survey discussion

·         Culture is the culprit: The build of ethical character and culture

·         Designing a fraud and ethics risk governance framework 

 

Who should attend?

 

  •  Employees charged with governance, ethics, risk and compliance
  • Risk Managers and Executives
  • Internal and external Auditors
  • Forensic Accountants
  • White-Collar Crime Investigators
  • C-Suite Executives

 

About the Presenters

 

Adv Werner Bouwer:

CFE, B.luris, LLB, Masters Forensic Accounting and Auditing. ICFP and ACFE member. ETDP Assessor and Moderator. Werner is a Director of Nexus Training Academy and Nexus Forensic Services.

 

Ms Megan Grindell:

 

Certified Ethics Officer, CFE, FP(SA). Professional membership with the ACFE, ICFP, The Ethics Institute (TEI), Ethics Practitioners Association (EPA), SABPP and IOD. Megan is a specialist in the areas of fraud and ethics risk management, anti-bribery and corruption as well as data protection and labour relations.









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