Early bird registration ends on 10/11/13
Louisville IIA November 2013 Seminar.pdf
Uncovering Fraud in Core Business Functions
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8:00 AM Registration, Meeting begins at 8:30 AM and ends at 4:30 PM.
William J. Nealon, CIA, CFE, MIS Training Institute
About the Event:
Core business functions offer abundant opportunities for undetected fraud. In this eye-opening, two-day seminar you will pinpoint the areas most prone to internal fraud and identify key indicators of potential crime. You will focus on preparing fraud risk assessments and integrating fraud detection into your audit program.
The course will cover the methodologies used by those who would do you harm and focus on the red flags that signal the need for an investigation. You will learn how to implement and develop audit procedures that will increase the likelihood of discovering fraud, including data mining. Throughout this seminar, case studies and class exercises will further illustrate how to integrate fraud detection into your audit program and reinforce proper fraud detection methodologies.
The MIS Training Institute charges $2,050 to attend their public seminar on the same topic which is for 24 CPE. Public seminars are not typically held in Louisville. This is a great price for top-tier, nationally-renowned training. To ensure we obtain the minimum amount of participation in this event, the chapter is offering tiered pricing to encourage early registration.
Indiana Wesleyan University - Louisville Campus
1500 Alliant Ave.
Louisville, KY 40299
About William J. Nealon, CIA, CFE:
William J. Nealon is a Senior Consultant for MIS Training Institute. A former Audit Manager for the New York State Comptroller’s Office, Mr. Nealon was responsible for identifying, planning, and overseeing financial, operational, and programmatic audits and studies in the Higher Education, Tax and Health areas of government. His experience includes audits of the State University of New York, the City University of New York, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance and the New York State Lottery. He was the on-site audit supervisor during the $1.5 billion construction of the Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Plaza. During his career, Mr. Nealon was also the Chief Auditor of Refunds for New York State where he was responsible for the audit and approval of all personal and business tax refunds issued by the State.
A 30-year audit veteran, Mr. Nealon’s career includes extensive experience in planning and designing audits to detect fraud and identify poor controls that increase fraud opportunities. He was involved in fraud scenarios that resulted in convictions, and he is currently developing a college-level fraud audit course.
In addition, Mr. Nealon was an Adjunct Professor of Management at the Graduate College of Union University for 15 years, and an Adjunct Instructor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Lally School of Management and Technology. He taught courses in accounting and auditing at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Mr. Nealon is a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
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