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Fraud Accountability of IA (AFR001eng)


Description
How can internal audit (IA) avoid ending up as the Ā»scapegoatĀ« in a fraud case? In this course, Martina Zehnder looks at legal risks, relevant governance issues and preventive measures. She brings her experience as the head of internal auditing at Swiss Post for many years to the table. The course delves into...

... legal risks for internal audit in cases of corporate fraud,
... the protection of IA through good corporate governance,
... which preventive measures IA should take.

The course does not require any specialist knowledge or professional experience. It is suitable as a very practical inspiration for internal auditors and Chief Audit Executives.

Completion time 1 hour 9 minutes, social learning with 2 reflection/discussion tasks and practice transfer, 1 test with a total of 5 questions, 6'400 words, 9 minutes video presentations, 4 minutes podcast.

CPE: 1

Content
  • Welcome
  • Coaching and Tips of Martina Zehnder
  • Competence Management
  • Course Content: Fraud Accountability of IA
  • AFR001.1I Social Learning: Experience with Fraud
  • AFR001.1O Learning Objectives & Overview
  • AFR001.101V Importance of a well thought-out IA approach
  • AFR001.101 Importance of a well thought-out IA approach
  • AFR001.102V The Fraud Duopoly
  • AFR001.102 The Fraud Duopoly
  • AFR001.103V Examples for Corporate Fraud
  • AFR001.103 Examples for Corporate Fraud
  • AFR001.104V Corporate Fraud: Role of Internal Audit
  • AFR001.104 Corporate Fraud: Role of Internal Audit
  • AFR001.105V Nine Red Flags of Corporate Fraud
  • AFR001.105 Nine Red Flags of Corporate Fraud
  • AFR001.106V Summarizing Example Corporate Fraud
  • AFR001.106 Summarizing Example Corporate Fraud
  • AFR001.107 Social Learning: Corporate Fraud in Your Industry
  • AFR001.108 Test Fraud Accountability of IA
  • AFR001.1QP Quintessence Fraud Accountability of Internal Audit
  • AFR001.1Q Quintessence Fraud Accountability of Internal Audit
  • Outlook
  • After the course is before the course
  • Quality Survey
  • Bonus Material
  • References and Sources
  • End of the Course
Completion rules
  • You must complete the units "AFR001.1I Social Learning: Experience with Fraud, AFR001.1O Learning Objectives & Overview, AFR001.101V Importance of a well thought-out IA approach, AFR001.101 Importance of a well thought-out IA approach, AFR001.102V The Fraud Duopoly, AFR001.102 The Fraud Duopoly, AFR001.103V Examples for Corporate Fraud, AFR001.103 Examples for Corporate Fraud, AFR001.104V Corporate Fraud: Role of Internal Audit, AFR001.104 Corporate Fraud: Role of Internal Audit, AFR001.105V Nine Red Flags of Corporate Fraud, AFR001.105 Nine Red Flags of Corporate Fraud, AFR001.106V Summarizing Example Corporate Fraud, AFR001.106 Summarizing Example Corporate Fraud, AFR001.107 Social Learning: Corporate Fraud in Your Industry, AFR001.108 Test Fraud Accountability of IA, AFR001.1QP Quintessence Fraud Accountability of Internal Audit, AFR001.1Q Quintessence Fraud Accountability of Internal Audit"
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: 1 year