Financial reporting fraud - sources and red flags
Member price in Scotland: £272 + VAT
Non-member price in Scotland: £320 + VAT
Please note, the ICAS member discount will be applied after checkout.
Member price in England: £530 + VAT
Non-member price in England: £624 + VAT
Please note, due to differences regarding external costs, courses outside of Scotland are priced separately.
ICAS members are eligible for a discounted price on all courses running in England & Wales
Glasgow, 9 May 2019
Edinburgh, 17 October 2019
London, 9 April 2019
Manchester, 13 May 2019
London, 23 September 2019
London, 19 December 2019
What you will learn
At the end of this course, delegates will be able to:
- Better understand the consequences of financial reporting fraud and their responsibilities in respect of it
- Explain how common financial reporting frauds are perpetrated
- Identify the common red flags which may indicate the existence of fraud
Who should attend
This course will benefit all accountants involved in the preparation and audit of financial statements, in collating and communicating information in support of those financial statements, and in the design of systems to deal with that information. It will also benefit those involved in the design, review and operation of internal controls over the systems, financial information, and financial statements.
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An overview of financial reporting fraud
- The meaning of financial reporting fraud
- The potential consequences of fraud
- Examples of high profile recent frauds
- Accountants responsibilities
Frauds and red flags
In each of the following areas the aim of frauds, how they can be perpetrated and the red flags which may indicate their occurrence will be considered. This session will be illustrated by practical examples of fraud schemes and the resulting red flags.
- Fictitious revenues
- Timing differences (including premature revenue recognition)
- Improper asset valuation
- Concealed liabilities and expenses
- Improper disclosures
Responses to fraud
- What to do if you suspect a fraud may have taken place
- Closing brainstorming exercise: general lessons for the prevention of fraud
London, Glasgow, Manchester, Edinburgh
Tel: 0330 060 3303