Managing and mitigating growing risks in the vulnerable business landscape, through detection, investigation & prevention of corporate frauds to achieve a corruption free environment.

3rd Annual Corporate Fraud and Forensics India Summit 2019

A string of corporate scandals and frauds have rattled India Inc. in recent times, resulting in decline in investor confidence and loss of shareholder value, and in extreme cases, liquidation of business.

Theft of physical assets was the most common fraud experienced in the past year, Vendor, supplier or procurement fraud (17%) and information theft (15%) are the next two most frequent types of fraud experienced. Majority of organizations believe that their organization has become more vulnerable to fraud in the past one year. One of the areas identified to be of particular concern, is information theft. Most senior executives believe that they are highly or moderately vulnerable to information theft risks such as cyber incidents. (Report)


Key Topics of Discussion

  • Drivers of Fraud, Motivations and Control Policies
  • Identifying Financial Crime and Audit Planning
  • Forensic Processes and Fraud Investigations
  • Whistle blower programs and Fraud Investigation in the Digital Space
  • Use of Data Analytics and Security Techniques to Detect Online and Cyber Fraud
  • Departmental Alliance and Safeguarding your Organisation
  • Countering the future of financial crime
  • Analysing the latest techniques and trends to cope up with evolving financial crime scheme
  • Evaluate the latest anti-fraud tools and services
  • Assessing current developments and trends of financial crime
  • Benchmarking the effectiveness of your anti-financial crime policies and procedures
  • Mastering the effective technique to assess fraud risk and prevent financial crime

Who should attend?

  • Head of Fraud Risk Management
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Chief Information Security Officers
  • Chief of Internal Audit, Internal Control & Compliance
  • Chief Vigilance Officers
  • Head of Enterprise / Operational Risk
  • Head of Banking Operations
  • Head of Corporate Governance
  • Chief Risk Officers
  • Head of Inspection
  • Head of Cyber Security
  • Chief Information Officers

Industry Focus

  • Banking, Financial Services & Insurance
  • Real Estate, Construction & Infrastructure
  • Healthcare
  • Manufacturing & Heavy Engineering
  • Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
  • Education
  • Retail
  • Telecommunications
  • All private sector
  • Public sector undertakings

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