Forensic auditing is imperative for the reason that it presents financial statement and transaction info in a way that is appropriate for court. Engagements relating to criminal matters usually arise in the consequences of fraud. They often involve the evaluation of accounting systems and accounts presentation in essence assessing if the numbers demonstrate reality. This training program has been planned out keeping in mind both the traditional and up to the minute trends and requirements of the given field. This makes the course an ideal learning opportunity for all of its participants. Please make a note that a custom proposal can also be acquired, if you have different training requirements for your team.
There are various categories financial forensic engagements fall into, some of which are:
- Financial damage e, whether suffered through tort or breach of contract
- Post-acquisition disputes, for instance; earn outs or breaches of warranties
- Insolvency, bankruptcy, and reorganization
- Money laundering
- Securities fraud
- Tax fraud
- Business valuation
- Computer forensics/e-discovery
Forensic accountants usually assist in professional negligence claims where they are evaluating and commenting on the work of other professionals. These individuals are also the ones who are somehow involved in family and marital law of analyzing lifestyle for spousal support, figuring out cash available for child support and balanced distribution. Many forensic accountants also move forward and get specialization in forensic analytics, which allow them to learn how to analyze e-data to deduct, reconstruct and/or claim a financial fraud.
Data collection, Data Analysis, Data Preparation and Reporting are the four main steps involved in the forensic analytics.
Who is it for?
- Individuals connected to financial sector with no forensics experience
- Accountancy professionals
- Up and coming Entrepreneurs
- Risk managers and consultants
- Business owners and top-level managers
- People interested in developing high-level accountancy skills
As this useful course will be completed, the participants will have to ability to:
- Learning about the concept of forensic auditing & accounting
- Framework and coverage of forensic management
- Various fraud case studies
- Financial statement frauds and related misstatements
- Scope of internal auditors in fraud management
The course covers the following:
- Introduction to financial statements and key ratios
- Intro to maturity of financial reporting
- Role of internal audit in scam detection
- Overview on forensic auditing and accounting
- Corporate frauds: Financial statement frauds and corporate frauds
- Case studies on banking scams & corporate frauds
- Rules and laws related to Forensic & Live studies of red flags, cyber security threats, etc.
- Tools linked with forensic auditing and accounting
- Practical session and feedback
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