Please join the Rochester IIA and IMA Chapters for an evening of fun and intrigue! Our 2014 Mystery Fraud Night will feature one of our most puzzling fraud cases yet:
Two years ago, we found embezzlement in an equipment company. Last year we traveled to three cities and found non-compliance and fraud in contracts.
This year, we will be transported to the small town of Meddling. A bedroom community that seems open and friendly on the outside, but we’ll see what’s fermenting on the inside of this political grapevine community.
Timothy Hungerford, CPA, CIA, CFE, CMA will be our guide as the plot unfolds at the Oak Hill Country Club. The goals of the Mystery Fraud Training are to teach auditors through a simulated audit experience.
Starting with the Planning phase, you will be supplied with basic client back ground, and it will be up to the audience to participate and develop the audit from there.
- Interviewing key personnel in the process being audited throughout the event
- Determining information needs , discussing next steps
- Examining evidence, and drawing conclusions
- Adapting audit programs to meet audit requirements despite time constraints and information availability
- Finally, doing something that many auditors don’t get a chance to do, and perform a confrontational admission seeking interview.
Just like a real audit, the timing and information are not always ideal, and we will make adaptations along the way.
The evening will include dinner and networking opportunities. Participants will receive 3 CPE credits.
Registration and Networking begins at 5:30PM, followed by Dinner and the Fraud Mystery Program from 6:00PM-9:00PM.