Two-thirds of small businesses will experience some form of employee fraud according to the Better Business Bureau. About 30% of business failures result from employee fraud. Current estimates indicate businesses lose 5% of their revenues to occupational fraud, and small businesses incur higher median losses when fraud occurs. Many businesses don’t have adequate controls in place to prevent and detect fraud, often because of time, staff, or financial constraints. This session will discuss common frauds and fraudsters, and how to identify realistic ways for businesses to take steps to prevent becoming the next victim.
After attending this course, you will be able to…
The major topics covered in this class include:
CEOs, Corporate Financial Leaders, business owners, Corporate Financial Managers, entrepreneurs, CFOs, Controllers, CPAs, Accountants, Board members, advisors, Consultants and the professionals who advise them, Internal Audit, CPAs in public.
At least six (6) months of professional financial statement analysis experience, or at least six (6) credit hours of corporate finance classwork at an accredited university.