Accounting Fraud Webcast | 4202344B STARTS AT 6:30 AM PDT

Instructors

Date :
June 30, 2020 6:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Location :
Webcast
Facility :
Webcast Rebroadcast
Level of Difficulty :
Basic
Member Price :
295.00
Nonmember Price :
400.00
CPE Credits :
CPE 8.00, AA 8.00, FR 4.00
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Gain an understanding of fraud detection and prevention. Dive into the principles of fraud examination and methodology, fraud detection and fraud deterrence.

Lessons are provided in an interactive format that draw from real-world cases. Additionally, engage in discussion regarding the fraud triangle as it pertains to the emerging global landscape.

 

 

 

Objectives:

 
  • Identify how and why occupational fraud is committed.
  • Recognize how fraudulent conduct may be deterred.
  • Identify the red flags, circumstances and frequency of accounting fraud.
  • Recognize the magnitude and financial implications of fraud to establish better controls.
  • Determine the potential fraud risk within your own organization.
  • Determine steps to recognize and minimize your organization's risk to fraud.
 

Major Subjects:

 
  • Accounting principles and fraudulent financial statements.
  • Types of fraud with a focus on management fraud.
 

Advanced Prep:

 

None.

 

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Level of Difficulty:
Basic
Field of Interest:
Accounting
Prerequisites:
 

None.

 
Designed For:
 

CPAs and financial professionals.

 

Instructors

Solomon N Darwin, LhD
Professor Solomon Darwin joined the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley in 2005, where he teaches in the MBA and executive education programs. He serves as the executive director at the Center for Corporate Innovation, and was immediate past executive director of financial reporting and management. He was an associate professor at the University of Southern California from 1996 to 2005. His international visiting professor summer appointments include the University of Zurich, Lancaster University, Shanghai Jiao-Tong University, Korean University, Wuhan University, E.M. Lyon School of Management, and Euro-Med University.

Darwin was senior manager and vice president of finance for Bank of America in 1995; vice president of finance at First Interstate Bank from 1993 to 1995; corporate controller/vice president for Glenfed, Inc., from 1984 to 1992; and senior financial analyst for Motorola, Inc., from 1980 to 1983. His consulting, executive teaching and coaching engagements include Google, HP, Genentech, Health Net, UCSF Medical Center, and Conceptus Inc. Darwin has been recognized with the Haas Leadership Award for exemplary service to the school, students and the accounting field; several Golden Apple Teaching Awards from 1997 to 2001 from the Marshall Business School; the Most Innovative Teacher Award in 2000 from USC; the Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers National Teaching Award in 2002, 2004, and 2005; the Motor Board Outstanding Professor Award in 2003; and the Professor of the Year Award in 2003 (National Greek Society - Gamma Sigma Alpha).

Darwin is a frequent lecturer on complex financial issues and moderates financial reporting conferences, national CFO summits and quarterly CFO round tables at the Haas School of Business. He received his bachelor’s degree from San Francisco State University and his master’s in business administration from Golden Gate University. He also holds a mid-career certificate from Harvard Business School, and two honorary doctorates. Darwin has served as president and chairman of Project India since 1986 and president of Hope for People International since 2005.

Materials:

  • Materials - ebook