Seminar on Detection and Prevention of Corporate Fraud

Seminar on Detection and Prevention of Corporate FraudNo business is immune to fraud. Sales, Marketing and Procurement are particularly risky areas to which internal auditors, compliance, and legal professionals need to pay special attention to. Reports indicate these functions of an enterprise are targeted the most by fraudsters and according to recent statistics, 56% of senior executives in China feel vulnerable to all types of fraud.

However, preventing, detecting and investigating fraud is never an easy job. Fraudulent activities through collusion between internal staff and/or external service providers are particularly difficult to spot and investigate without special tools, skills, and experience. The following session will arm you with these innovative tools and skills that you will need to assist you in your investigative work.

Join AustCham Shanghai for this seminar as Bob Youill will cover topics at the seminar that include: Common Malfeasance and Fraud in China

•The Five Elements of Fraud

•The General Function of an Investigative Audit

•Differences between Regular and Investigative Audits

•Introduction to Document Forensics

•Difficulties for Document Forensics in China

•Introduction to Digital Forensics

•Tips For Investigating Fraudsters


Bob Youill, Vice President, Brand Protection Services, FTI-INTERNATIONAL RISK

Bob Youill is Vice President, Brand Protection Services, with FTI-International Risk and is concurrently Managing Director of our wholly-owned subsidiary, Thompson Market Services (“TMS”). He is based in Shanghai.

Bob is a highly qualified and experienced risk expert with over 30 years of senior-level experience in investigations and risk consulting, and has extensive expertise in corporate strategies for the protection of intellectual property and brands, integration of IP & brand protection within enterprise risk management, effective protection against counterfeiting, and corporate security and asset protection.


Reserve your attendance by Wednesday 23 November 2010 with Helen Li, Administrative Assistant via email: helen.li@austchamshanghai.com. Walk In Policy: Please note that if you show up on the day of the event without a booking you will be charged a 50RMB “walk in” fee if spaces are still available. Cancellation Policy: Please note you must cancel your reservation in writing 24 hours in advance. AustCham will pass on any costs incurred for no shows to the persons concerned.

Event Details:

Time: 8:00 AM

Date: 25/11/2010

Venue: Regal International East Asia Hotel

Address: 516 Heng Shan Road 上海市徐汇区衡山路516号

Member Price: 190

Non-Member Price: 290

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