About the Meeting and Seminar
Fraud causes surface every day. Management and the public expect that professional auditors are ready, willing and able to tackle these incidents and lead the charge to bring to justice all that commit wrongdoing. This “how-to” course for audit and other fraud professionals will help participants be more effective in their fraud prevention, detection and case handling responsibilities.
Planned topics for the seminar include: Fraud and the risk-based audit approach; Fraud risk surveillance and monitoring; Audit lessons from fraud cases and the impact on your work; Leading fraud awareness, prevention and early detection initiatives; How to detect fraud during audits; Detection-based interviewing; Special challenges in procurement, contracting and third-party relationships; Technology-based exposures and opportunities; How to get managers to reach to fraud risks; Dealing effectively with HR, attorneys and external authorities; Documenting a fraud case; and “Do’s and Don’ts for auditors, examiners and others with fraud handling responsibilities.
This seminar is highly interactive and participants should come prepared to share their questions, fraud handling experiences, success and challenges. Time will be specifically allocated for brainstorming and group discussion.
John Hall is the president of Hall Consulting, Inc. He specializes in skills training programs and conference presentations for management groups, internal auditors, CPAs, and professional associations. Mr. Hall has 35 years of experience as a consultant, speaker, auditor and business owner. He has worked in senior leadership in public accounting, internal auditing, and Fortune 100 corporate management positions.
John is a member of the National Speakers Association, the American Institute of CPAs, and the Institute of Internal Auditors. His first book “Do What You Can! Simple Steps – Extraordinary Results” was published in June 2012.
DATE/TIME: Thursday, March 21st
Registration: 7:30 am – 8:00 am
Breakfast Meeting: 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Day One Seminar: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
DATE/TIME: Friday, March 22nd
Day Two Seminar: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
1 CPE Credit (Meeting Only)
16 CPE Credits (Meeting Plus Seminar)
Cost & RSVP Information
Meeting Cost: $35 IIA Members / $40 Non-members
Meeting & Seminar Cost: $350 (includes breakfast and lunches)
RSVP contact: Please RSVP by Friday, March 15th to Jennifer Fincher at 314-512-2615 or Jennifer.L.Fincher@ehi.com or visit the St. Louis IIA Chapter Website
Payment: Payment can be made via PayPal on the St. Louis IIA Chapter Website or by mail:
Institute of Internal Auditors
c/o Brent Statler
201 N. Second Street RM526
St. Charles, MO 63301
Cancellation Notice: If you register and wish to cancel please do so before Friday, March 16th.
** NO SHOWS WILL BE BILLED *