National Chamber to hold seminar on Fraud Detection

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A seminar on “Fraud Detection in Your Business” will be held on 2nd December  from 3.00 to 5.00 p.m at the Chamber Auditorium 450 D R Wijewardene Mawatha Colombo-10. 
The objective of this seminar is to protect  organizations  from fraud , to be vigilant and take measures  in time to prevent fraud and other malpractices in an organization. 
Fraud   is a hidden enemy, surreptitiously diverting the resources of a company, for a considerable period of time,  spanning several years, and the cost of fraud could cripple a business. Organizations which have implemented effective anti-fraud measures are more likely to suffer less from the cost of fraud.
The following topics will be discussed with case studies:
  • Present global and Sri Lankan fraud landscape
  • Profile of a fraudster
  • Identifying red flags 
  • Fraud detection
  • Types of frauds
  • Measures to combat fraud
  • Investigations
The Speaker Averil  Ludowyke,  Partner - Assurance, Ernst & Young Sri Lanka leads the fraud investigation and dispute service at Ernst & Young and also the lead Audit Partner of a large diversified  group of Companies and of several companies. 
For reservations kindly contact chamber TP 4741788 Thushari email sect@nationalchamber.lk;nirmani@nationalchamber.lk.

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