New Anti-Fraud Collaboration Announces Free Webinar: Your Role in Sustaining a Culture That Deters Fraud
An ethical culture doesn’t just happen — it takes diligence. Each of the key stakeholders in the financial reporting supply chain — the financial team, the internal audit function, and the board and audit committee — plays an important part. Not surprisingly, corporate culture is a significant factor in the external auditor’s fraud-risk assessment of a company. The IIA is excited to offer part three of this complimentary anti-fraud webinar series, Your Role in Sustaining a Culture That Deters Fraud, on April 16, 2014, from 2:00–3:30 p.m. ET.
The panelists will discuss how successful organizations leverage resources to reinforce an ethical culture, assess the effectiveness of anti-fraud initiatives, and implement changes to deter financial fraud. The panel will provide actionable recommendations for steps to build a framework for an ethical culture, to evaluate the effectiveness of that framework, and to consistently reinforce the seriousness with which management views ethics, governance, risk, and compliance. We encourage anyone involved in financial reporting to register for this informative program.
Established in 2010, the Anti-Fraud Collaboration is a partnership formed by the Center for Audit Quality, Financial Executives International, The IIA, and the National Association of Corporate Directors. Its mission is simply stated: to promote integrity in financial reporting. For additional resources from the partnership, including a roundtable summary report, financial literacy quiz, case studies, and articles, visit www.antifraudcollaboration.org.
This Ant-Fraud Collaboration webcast is FREE of charge and eligible for 1.5 CPE credits and 2 NACD skill-specific credits. The webcast will be archived on the Webcasts page of the CAQ website for those unable to participate during the live broadcast.