is an area that is constantly changing and internal auditors are being asked to
do more to proactively and reactively address fraud. This class will cover an
overview of fraud and provide essential concepts that are beneficial to give an
auditor a baseline understanding of fraud. In addition we will cover hot topics
and trends in the area of fraud. Finally the course will provide interviewing
tips and techniques for internal auditors to use during the course of their
audits and/or investigations they have been asked to conduct.
7:30-8:00am - Registration
and Breakfast buffett
8:00-10:00am (with break) -
The seminar will provide
2 CPE credits.
ample free parking. Space is limited so please register ASAP!
Registration deadline is Monday 2/18 at 3pm.
Mike Sherrod is a Director in the Corporate
Security Services department at Capital One Financial. He joined the department
in January 2012. In his role at Capital One he is the Fraud Specialist for
Corporate Audit and Security Services. He assists the internal audit teams
brainstorm around fraud risks and how to address fraud during the course of
their audits. He assists the technology group in identifying ways to prevent,
detect and monitor for potential fraud exposures in the various lines of
business throughout Capital One using data analytics. He conducts fraud
awareness training for all members of Corporate Audit throughout Capital One.
Finally, Mike leads investigations of significant matters where his fraud and
accounting expertise is required.