Obtaining knowledge and skills in order to carry out internal/external fraud risk management processes which may appear in financial and banking institutions, leasing companies, ensurance companies, as well as during legal execution of goods.
The first part of the course session presents and analyses a series of key notions pertaining to fraud, with an emphasis on investigationg ant preventing fraud, as well as managing fraud cases in the types of institutions presented. The second part brings into the attention of the students a series of case studies, treated in the same method, specific to each activity: crediting, leasing, insurance, legal execution.
The course is recommended especially to employees who carry out activities in the areas of anti-fraud, internal control, internal audit, compliance, banking security, individual/legal entity credit analysis. Likewise, this information can be useful to sales teams, considering that it constitutes the first filtering element for applicants for products offered by the companies in the aforementioned areas.
Likewise, the course can be useful to criminal investigation bodies from specialised institutions, which can identify details that can help them in the completion of the probatory material of the files, with documents or other types of materials which can be presented by leasing companies, credit institutions, insurance companies or companies specialized in legal executions.
- Short incursion into fraud:
- Fraud concept – accepted definitions, classifications and types;
- General methods of approaching the fraud fenomenon in corporations;
- Fraud investigations: identifying causes that have generated the fraud as well as conditions that have favored the apparition of fraud, quantifying the extent and value of damage, determining the offender and any possible connivence amongst staff, determining measures to be implemented in order to prevent fraud from replicating;
- Information sources used during analyses and investigations of fraud cases;
- Human resource – the strongest or weakest link in fraud risk management ? Human resource risk, part of fraud risk;
- Fraud examples, with emphasis on the role and tasks of each involved organizational structure – as a whole or in part – in the management of the identification, investigation, analysis, fraud combat processes, as well as preparing the needed material for forwarding and supporting criminal complaints:
- Insurance fraud – quasi-general fenomenon or appanage of the crisis ?
- Banks – source of acquiring funds without giving them back ?
- Leasing goods – get-rich-quick scheme ?
- Legal execution – key moment for (re-)winning the goods at a very low price. Who should you deal with ?
- Continuous professional preparation, networking and communication – keys of perfecting fraud prevention methods
- Establishing and implementing prevention methods which the affected institution must implement, as a result of analyzing causes which have determined and factors which have favored the apparition of fraud: modifying the way of carrying out the internal control activities, updating internal regulations, modifying certain internal approval structures’ competencies, creation of new organizational units with responsibilities in the areas of prevention/detection, implementing special human resources procedures etc.;
- Adhering to professional organisations – an extra chance to be up to speed with the evolution of the fraud fenomenon and methods of contracting.
Daniel Nita – Security Project Manager, OTP CONSULTING ROMANIA
Mr. Nita is a graduate of the Law Faculty as part of Al. I. Cuza Police Academy – Bucharest and has rich expertise in areas of prevention, detection and investigation of fraud – internal, mixed and external. He activated as a police officer in the Fraud Investigation Service, afterwards continuing his activity in control areas of civil institutions:
- The National Uranium Company – inspector part of the Control Body;
- OTP Bank Romania SA – coordinator of the Banking Security Directorate, with main attributes in the antifraud area.
He is also a mamber of the Asociation of Certified Fraud Examiners in the United States and Romania, a member of the International Criminalist Asociation from the ex-Yugoslav states and coauthor of “Bribery and Corruption”, edited in the US under the coordination of Dr. Joseph T. Wells, founder and president of ACFE, the largest antifraud organization at a global level.
The course takes place during one day (8 hours).
February 21, 2019, between 9,00 – 17,00.
Registration to the course is made by completing the registration form. RBI will hold its course on its premises, providing specialized lecturer, course materials, and catering services for the duration of the training class.
At the end of the course, participants will be given a certificate, issued by RBI (under the aegis of the founding members: NBR and RBA), with 7 CPD credits.
Telephone: 021 327 50 87
Mobile telephone: 0748 886 818
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