FRAUD RISK ASSESSMENT (FRA) – Pasti Jalan

Kata Kunci: Fraud Risk Assesment, FRA, Fraud

BALI  |  12 – 13 June 2014 | Rp. 5.900.000 – PASTI JALAN
MEDAN |  09 – 10 October 2014 | Rp.5.900.000
JAKARTA | 11 – 12 December 2014 | Rp.5.900.000

 

 

 

An effective anti-fraud program can improve stakeholder confidence in the organization – which in turn enhances its ability to attract investors, maintain customers, and lower financing costs.

Fraud risk exposure should be assessed periodically by the organization to identify specific potential schemes and events that the organization needs to mitigate. Assessment should identify where fraud may occur and who the perpetrators might be. It highlights management’s commitment to preventing, deterring, and detecting fraud.

Three key elements of a fraud risk assessment:

  1. Identify inherent fraud risk :

Gather information to obtain the population of fraud risks that could apply to the organization. Included in this process is the explicit consideration of all types of fraud schemes and scenarios; incentives, pressures, and opportunities to commit fraud; and IT fraud risks specific to the organization.

  1. Assess likelihood and significance of inherent fraud risk:

Assess the relative likelihood and potential significance of identified fraud risks based on historical information, known fraud schemes, and interviews with staff, including business process owners.

  1. Respond to reasonably likely and significant inherent and residual fraud risks:

Decide what the response should be to address the identified risks and perform a cost-benefit analysis of fraud risks over which the organization wants to implement controls or specific fraud detection procedures.

PROGRAM BENEFITS

All organizations can benefit from assessing their fraud risks and developing a strong anti-fraud program that

  • Provides tangible evidence of a culture of integrity.
  • Helps prevent fraud and facilitates early detection.
  • Improves fraud detection, monitoring, and training.
  • Limits unpleasant surprises that can affect stock price.
  • Addresses concerns of the external auditor and board of directors.
  • Limits potential class-action lawsuits.

 

PROGRAM CONTENTs

  • Assessment Approach Levels
    • Micro
    • Macro
    • Mega
  • Process
    • Identify
    • Assess
    • Mitigate
  • Risk Assessment Team
  • Fraud Risk Response

 

 

FACILITATORS

RANDY RIZKY

Director Research and Education, ACFE Indonesia Chapter yang menjalin ulang (re-networking) antara Chapter tersebut dengan Chapter lainnya di kawasan Pacific Rim serta asosiasi professional lainnya di Indonesia, untuk mempromosikan gerakan anti-fraud melalui penelitian dan publikasi; anggota Dewa Audit Indonesia; pengajar bidang Governance, Risk, Control & Compliance (GRC); pengajar dalam pendidikan dan profesi bidang akuntansi dari Fakultas Ekonomi berbagai universitas terkemuka; dan saat ini sedang mempersiapkan panduan dan manual untuk Board on State Loss Valuation (2007), Critical Risk Identification on Government Procurement (2008), dan Fraud Awareness (2009).

K.RIDWAN NUR, SE, MM, CBA, QIA, CFE

Head of Audit, Compliance & Governance Academy. Praktisi perbankan yang telah memiliki pengalaman 32 tahun di bidang perbankan, 15 tahun dibidang Operasional Cabang dan 17 tahun di bidang Audit meliputi fraud investigator, quality assurance, head office, regional & branch auditor, head of academy dalam membangun dan mengembangkan sertifikasi internal dan kompetensi auditor mulai dari level Junior Auditor hingga Audit Manager.

 

SCHEDULE 2014

  • BANDUNG |  27-28 March 2014 | Rp. 5.900.000 (PASTI JALAN)
  • BALI  |  12-13 June 2014 | Rp. 5.900.000 (PASTI JALAN)
  • MEDAN |  9-10 October 2014 | Rp.5.900.000
  • JAKARTA| 11-12 December 2014 | Rp.5.900.000

 

 

INVESTASI

Rp. 5.900.000 (non residensial)

Special Privilege Buy 3 Get 4

 

 

FRAUD RISK ASSESSMENT (FRA) FUNDAMENTAL & TECHNIQUES PROGRAM

 

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