Forensic Accounting: Fraud Investigations
This webcast focuses on the processes and considerations in forensic accounting investigations. You will see how the rapid expansion of technology, growth in various sectors of business and industry, and the rise and increase in complexity of white-collar crimes contribute to the growth in forensic accounting.
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Rumbi Petrozzello, Howard Silverstone
In high demand - forensic accounting knowledge and skills
Forensic accounting has been a rapidly growing part of the accounting profession for some time. The rapid expansion in technology and growth in various sectors of business and industry, and the increase in complexity of white-collar crimes, all contribute to this growth. A diverse range of clients, as well as cases involving all types of fraud, make this an attractive profession, and one that is always in high demand.
Enhance your knowledge and skills with our Forensic Accounting: Fraud Investigations webcast. Whether you're a forensic accountant or an aspiring one, this webcast will provide you with the foundational knowledge to successfully identify, investigate, and communicate your findings. You will also receive a copy of the AICPA’s Forensic & Litigation Service’s Forensic Accounting — Fraud Investigations practice aid for future reference.
- Evidence in the investigative process
- Tools used in forensic investigations
- Conducting interviews
- Forensic accounting reports
- Expert witness testimony
- Outline the scope of services within a fraud investigation.
- Determine engagement scope and acceptance considerations.
- Apply appropriate investigative techniques to an investigation.
- Indicate and communicate your findings from a fraud investigation.
Who Will Benefit
- Individuals looking to expand their knowledge of forensic accounting
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