Forensic Accounting (How To Investigate Financial Fraud)

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Introduction

Forensic and investigative accounting is a relatively new discipline (Thornhill 1994). Principles, practices and approaches as well as forensic accounting and financial frauds are still flexible, as do the challenges, imagination, creativity and application, by accounting and forensic practitioners. Over time and probably, more accounting and financial fraud scenarios will contribute to a more pervasive development of the principles and guidelines and establish the precedence for future practitioners. This seminar is designed to show how the existing discipline of forensic accounting has become an important tool for management and the professional practitioners.

Objective

Upon completion of this programme, participants will be able to:

  • Identify how the forensic profession can be expected to expand
  • Indicate what is expected of the practitioners (training, experience, understanding of all management disciplines, interpersonal skills, ability to work with other professionals – law enforcement authorities, analytical skills)
  • Determine how effectively the services of forensic accountants contribute to solving litigations

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for accountants, auditors, tax agents, directors, senior management, executives, managers, officers, financial analysts, academicians and interested parties.

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize the understanding and learning through lectures, discussions, case studies and practical activities.

Module

PERSPECTIVE OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

  • Perspective Of ‘Forensic’
  • Perspective Of ‘Accounting’
  • Perspective Of ‘Forensic Accounting’
  • Services Provided By Forensic Accountants
  • Skills Required Of Forensic Accountants
  • Phases Of Forensic Accounting Review

PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

  • ‘On-Book’ Accounting And Financial Statement Fraud
  • Case Studies
  • ‘Off-Book’ Accounting Financial Fraud
  • Case Studies
  • Computers And Computer Fraud
  • Case Studies
  • Investigation
  • Gathering Evidence
  • Interviewing And Interrogation

PRINCIPLES OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

  • Essential Theories And Principles Of Fraud
  • Principles Of Accounting, Financial Statements, And Financial Analysis
  • Evaluating Organization And Internal Controls
  • Criminology
  • Litigation Services
  • Where Is Forensic Accounting Going?

CASE STUDIES ON FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FRAUD, VIDEO PRESENTATION ON FRAUD

 

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Introduction

Forensic and investigative accounting is a relatively new discipline (Thornhill 1994). Principles, practices and approaches as well as forensic accounting and financial frauds are still flexible, as do the challenges, imagination, creativity and application, by accounting and forensic practitioners. Over time and probably, more accounting and financial fraud scenarios will contribute to a more pervasive development of the principles and guidelines and establish the precedence for future practitioners. This seminar is designed to show how the existing discipline of forensic accounting has become an important tool for management and the professional practitioners.

Objective

Upon completion of this programme, participants will be able to:

  • Identify how the forensic profession can be expected to expand
  • Indicate what is expected of the practitioners (training, experience, understanding of all management disciplines, interpersonal skills, ability to work with other professionals – law enforcement authorities, analytical skills)
  • Determine how effectively the services of forensic accountants contribute to solving litigations

Who Should Attend

This program is suitable for accountants, auditors, tax agents, directors, senior management, executives, managers, officers, financial analysts, academicians and interested parties.

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize the understanding and learning through lectures, discussions, case studies and practical activities.

Module

PERSPECTIVE OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

  • Perspective Of ‘Forensic’
  • Perspective Of ‘Accounting’
  • Perspective Of ‘Forensic Accounting’
  • Services Provided By Forensic Accountants
  • Skills Required Of Forensic Accountants
  • Phases Of Forensic Accounting Review

PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

  • ‘On-Book’ Accounting And Financial Statement Fraud
  • Case Studies
  • ‘Off-Book’ Accounting Financial Fraud
  • Case Studies
  • Computers And Computer Fraud
  • Case Studies
  • Investigation
  • Gathering Evidence
  • Interviewing And Interrogation

PRINCIPLES OF FORENSIC ACCOUNTING

  • Essential Theories And Principles Of Fraud
  • Principles Of Accounting, Financial Statements, And Financial Analysis
  • Evaluating Organization And Internal Controls
  • Criminology
  • Litigation Services
  • Where Is Forensic Accounting Going?

CASE STUDIES ON FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FRAUD, VIDEO PRESENTATION ON FRAUD

 

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Hari Ramulu Munusamy
Biodata: Hari Ramulu Munusamy is a Fellow Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants,UK. He training expertise covers Good and Services Tax, Tax Planning, Internal Auditing and Controls, and Costing and Management.

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