Crime in the workplace seminars

May 2003 News

A joint initiative of Deloitte & Touche and EduTrain, Fraud Inside Out's practically orientated one-day seminars will discuss issues relating to the prevention of crime in the workplace. Topics include:

* Combatting Fraud and Corruption: How to be Effective!

• 27 May 2003, Durban (Royal Hotel).

• 28 May 2003, Cape Town (Commodore Hotel).

• 5 June 2003, Johannesburg (FNB Conference and Training Centre).

The programme of the Money Laundering Control seminar covers, inter alia, the following:

• Meeting global compliance requirements - International trends.

• Overview of legislation dealing with money laundering control and the structures created by it.

• The regulations and exemptions.

• Money laundering typologies and trends - local and international case studies.

• Money laundering control and law enforcement.

• Workshop: Designing, implementing and managing a stringent compliance regime.

The programme of the Combatting Fraud and Corruption seminar covers, inter alia, the following:

• The crimes of fraud and corruption: the legal aspects.

• Governance as the overriding deterrent: 'It is your state of mind that counts'.

• Prevention: effective strategic initiatives.

• Fraud risk indicators: the early warning signs.

• Financial statement fraud.

• Recovering assets.

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