Our team has extensive experience in conducting training to companies to create an ethical business culture focused on honesty, integrity and transparency that improves business performance and protects their brand.
Our key training focus areas comprise of the following:
The scope of fraud within an organization might range from internal theft of cash in small amounts to a third-party billing scheme worth millions. We assist the management teams to assess the control environment within their organizations and identify specific areas and situations where fraud could occur.
We also assist to create awareness among the management to help them to clearly define all types of fraud that occur within the company. This enables employees understand what actions constitute fraud and provide management with the legal grounds to investigate and punish violators.
Fraud red flags refer to undesirable situations that consistently contribute to fraud, waste, and abuse of resources.
When an investigator is reviewing a company’s financial statements, certain undesirable characteristics may stand out as fraud red flags, contributors to fraud or circumstances that may indicate the presence of fraud.
The employees should be aware of the warning signs of fraud such as financial/transactional red flags and behavioral red flags.
Fraud detection activities seek to identify fraud occurrences as soon as possible after they begin to limit the damage done.
Fraud prevention activities focus on proactively identifying and assessing fraud risks and taking steps to address those risks. A fraud investigation is aimed at examining evidence to determine if a fraud occurred, how it happened, who was involved, and how much money was lost. We train employees on fraud detection and prevention.
They say more fraud is uncovered by tips than by any other means, making employees the best fraud detection control.
Employees must be well informed on how to report any suspicious activity, as well as empowered to make such reports without risk of retribution. Riskhouse trains your employees on how to report fraud.
We train your employees in handling factors that lead to fraud that is pressure, opportunity and rationalization such as increasing the perception of detection, proactive audit procedures, fraud assessment questioning, surprise audits where possible, employee antifraud education, handling of known fraud incidents’, minimizing employee pressures, open-door policies and writing the anti-fraud policy.
An organization that understands the specific factors involved in corruption schemes can take steps to prevent, detect and investigate them. A culture of corruption can exist even in companies with seemingly sound policies in place. We assist in drafting and training employees on anti-corruption policies.