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    How To Conduct A Successful Internal Audit

    Learn proven internal auditing and professional standards that leave no room for error. Go beyond the boundaries of accounting and gain real insight into the managerial, political and technical dynamics of internal auditing.
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    AMA`s One-Day Sarbanes-Oxley Workshop

    Here is an opportunity to immerse yourself in what Sarbanes-Oxley requires—and make sure that processes to meet these requirements are in place and working throughout your organization.
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    Detecting, Controlling and Avoiding Fraud: AMA`s Forensic Accounting and Auditing Workshop

    Protect your company from massive losses and penalties resulting from accidental oversights or full-scale fraud! Build a solid foundation in fraud prevention, detection & deterrence with this comprehensive forensic auditing course.
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    Internal Controls: Guidelines for Financial Professionals

    You`ll learn how to identify and assess operational controls, compliance responsibilities and processes, financial reporting directives and, when necessary, what actions to take to fortify possible vulnerabilities in your existing controls
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    Complying with the Federal Debt Collection Practices Act

    The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act is the single most important piece of Federal legislation affecting consumer debt collection. Abide by it and you’re fine. Violate it and the fines can be severe. This webinar will describe the Act in general. You will learn what you can (and cannot) say and do with regard to consumer debt collection guidelines. In addition, we will discuss tools you can use to more quickly collect on consumer debt…and without going to court in many instances. Finally, we will discuss the advantages (and disadvantages) of getting judgments, forgiving debt, and how to handle being sued by a debtor for allegedly violating the law. For more detail please click on this below link: http://bit.ly/2oUR9nh Email: referrals@complianceglobal.us Toll Free: +1-844-746-4244 Tel: +1-516-900-5515 Fax: +1-516-900-5510
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    HMDA Reporting Needs You Must Know

    The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) was recently amended extensively under the final rule issued by the CFPB. The rules change significantly in 2017, 2018, and for large institutions again in 2020. Attend this webinar and learn if your organization meets the new requirements for reporting. All those in the value chain of making mortgage decisions and fulfilling HMDA reporting requirements are expected to be working in compliance with the new rules. The speaker will provide introduction to HDMA from former regulator’s perspective. Session Highlights • Key dates for HMDA changes • Processes for submission • Information gathering and reporting and more… For more detail please click on this below link: http://bit.ly/2uxA8CB Email: referrals@complianceglobal.us Toll Free: +1-844-746-4244 Tel: +1-516-900-5515 Fax: +1-516-900-5510
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    Enterprise Risk Management

    How to determine the risks for your organization – how to get started on the ERM journey. How to weight risk to determine the key risks – not all risks are created equal. How to develop a common risk language – ERM has a language that needs to be customized for your organization. How to determine risk appetite – learn the steps for establishing your organization’s risk appetite. Which is the appropriate risk framework for your organization – evaluate the different risk frameworks. How to develop and prioritize a risk portfolio – develop an ERM heat map. How to develop your management’s risk tolerance – a tactical consideration for your ERM journey. Who is responsible for the risk – what are the roles of the Board of Directors, Executive Management, Chief Risk Officer and Internal Audit How to decide to avoid, accept, reduce or control a risk – how do you respond to the risks identified. The appropriate risk monitoring and reporting processes .
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    Operations Risk Management and Mitigation - from Assessment to Implementation

    Recently, a series of headline-grabbing operational risk incidents at banks, other financial institutions and even regulators have again brought the issue of operational risk management to the forefront of the agendas of CEOs, CROs, risk managers and internal and external auditors alike. These incidents are wide ranging and flow from bank ATM collapses, bank operating system failures, regulatory settlements in the ongoing US sub-prime mortgage saga, rogue traders and the connected risk managers who either missed or were willfully blind to all the warning signs. Key objectives and learning outcomes The aim of the course is to provide: Illustrate risk in all its facets What the Basel Accords say about operational risk and its mitigation Listing operational risk techniques for assessing, managing and mitigating operational risk Note: Use coupon code NB5SQH8N and get 10% off on registration.
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    Comprehensive Training Workshop: Risk Based Internal Auditing (RBIA)

    Learning Objectives: By using the RBIA approach, the organization’s internal audit should be able to conclude that: Management has identified, assessed and responded to risks within and beyond the organization’s risk appetite That the responses to risks are effective but not excessive in managing inherent risks within this risk appetite Where residual risks are not in line with the risk appetite, action is being taken to remedy this Risk management processes, including the effectiveness of responses and the completion of actions, are being monitored by management to ensure they continue to operate effectively Risks, responses and actions are being properly classified and reported.
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    Managing an Effective AML Compliance Program By:Laura H. Goldzung, President and Founder of AML Audit Services, LLC

    Regulatory frameworks surrounding anti-money laundering Objectives of an effective AML compliance program Risk assessing your institution Developing robust internal controls Training for appropriate personnel Expectations and duties of the appointed compliance officer Effective audit program to ensure adequacy of your AML compliance program.
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    Business Continuity and Scenario Planning By:Richard Barr, Operational Risk & Back Office Specialist

    The vital role that financial intermediation plays in facilitating and promoting national and global economic activity by providing the means for making and receiving payments, for borrowing and lending, for effecting transactions, for insuring risks, and for raising capital and promoting investment The increasing complexity and operational risk across financial systems. The concentration of clearing and settlement processes in most financial systems. Deepening interdependencies among financial industry participants within and across jurisdictions. The recurring pattern of natural disasters or extreme weather conditions. The possibility of terrorist or other malicious attacks targeted, directly or indirectly, at the infrastructure of the financial system. A strong interest in maintaining public confidence in financial systems. The objectives of this course is to provide professionals in the banking and financial sector with a sound foundation in the area of business.
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    Analyzing Financial Statements for Fraud by Craig L Greene

    Areas Covered in the Webinar: Definition of Financial Statement Fraud Common Reasons for Financial Statement Fraud Red Flags to Look for in Fraudulent Financial Statements Basic Understanding of How Financial Statement Fraud is Committed Analysis used to Detect Financial Statement Fraud Other Methods of Vetting Financial Statements Who Will Benefit: Investors and their brokers, money managers, etc. Lending officers Credit and collection department personnel M&A personnel Financial institution compliance personnel Banking compliance personnel Internal auditors External auditors
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    Implementing an Efficient and Effective Control Environment by Manoj Kulwal

    Factors which can facilitate identification of controls Considering proactive, detective and responsive controls Considering controls across following aspects - process, policies, human, technology and physical Considering risks which may result from introduction of new controls Assigning ownership of risks and controls Assessing design and operating effectiveness of controls Assessing residual risk exposure after assessing controls Performing cost vs benefit analysis of controls Monitoring efficiency and effectiveness of controls
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    The New HIPAA Audit Program - What is the Focus and How to Prepare by Jim Sheldon-Dean

    HIPAA Audit program – how it works Fines and penalties for violations of HIPAA regulations. The HIPAA Audit Protocol of 2012 along with the sets of questions asked at other HIPAA audits previously. What HHS OCR is likely to ask you if you are selected for an audit, and what you'll have to have prepared already when they do. The rules that you need to comply with and policies you can adopt that can help you come into compliance. How having a good compliance process can help you stay compliant more easily. What you'll need to have documented to survive an audit and avoid fines.
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    Webinar: Employee Expense Reimbursement Fraud: Detection, Prevention and Deterrence by Peter Goldmann , 25 years of experience as a business journalis

    Who Will Benefit: Internal and external audit professionals Accounting and audit practitioners HR managers Senior financial management seeking to reduce their vulnerability to costly frauds Payables specialists Procurement managers Compliance and ethics managers CFO's/senior financial managers Security personnel
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    Webinar: Service Level Agreements (SLAs) - Preparation Guidelines for Effective SLAs by Javier Kuong

    Who Will Benefit: Line senior executives responsible for company operations performance IT and quality assurance professionals Legal counsel officers that help develop agreements and service contracts Purchasing and Procurement Executives Legal Counsel Functions (Internal or External) Corporate and Internal Audit Executives, Internal and Information System Auditors Executives Dependent on Key Support Infrastructure Services, Such as IT and other business services Contingency Planning and Emergency Preparedness Professionals that must specify SLAs CIOs, CFOs, and any C-level Executive that Vitally Dependent on or that oversees Business Services External Auditors and Consultants in Risk Management and Contingency Planning Chief Risk Managers and Chief Security Officers (CSOs) and Professionals Individual Responsible for Negotiating Outsourced Services Compliance and Regulatory Mandate Officers/Professionals
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    COSO 2013: The Sequel

    The COSO Committee's "Internal Control - Integrated Framework" (ICIF) is one of the accepted standards for implementing and assessing a system of internal controls for companies which are subject to SEC reporting. This framework has also proven to be a useful approach to internal controls in many different organizations that do not have a SEC compliance requirement. This CPE seminar covers the principles-based COSO approach to a system of internal controls. COSO 2013 defines internal controls as being within five components, seventeen principles with eighty-seven points of focus. The education process covers the interrelationships presented within the COSO framework and how to approach the classification of controls within the framework. Corporate Compliance Seminars has been involved in the design, implementation and assessment of internal controls for over 20 years.
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    COSO 2013: ICFR Assessments

    As the leading provider of Audit, Compliance and COSO 2013 CPE training, Corporate Compliance Seminars has reviewed the best practices currently available in the SOX Compliance community. We have focused this CPE seminar on the What - When - Where - Why - How to Test. We cover how to assess the effectiveness of Internal Controls over Financial Reporting all the way down to the individual business process controls. This eight-hour CPE course will provide you with an understanding of approaches for the assessment of controls within various layers of ICFR under COSO 2013: - Entity Level Governance Controls - Tone at the Top Controls - Management Controls within Business Processes - The Second Line of Defense: Risk Management, Compliance, Financial Analysis, Quality, Inspection - Internal Audit - External Audit - Regulatory It will help you to look for ways to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of your system of internal controls and your audits of controls.
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    NAIC Model Audit Rule Compliance Workshop

    The CPE Workshop is focused on how to address Model Audit Rule (MAR) compliance using the COSO frameworks (COSO 2013 and COSO ERM) and COBIT. This three-day CPE workshop is designed for compliance managers, controllers, CFO's and others who have the responsibility for the insurance organization's internal control framework. We used examples tied to the seventeen COSO principles. We also refer to the various exhibits in the Financial Condition Examiners Handbook which drive the examination of your compliance activities. Learn how to comply using a cost effective approach to address your compliance needs under the NAIC's Model Audit Rule (MAR) requirements. These requirements concern both the annual filings but also the Insurance Commissioners approach using the Financial Condition Examiners Handbook.
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    Frauditing Internal Controls to Prevent and Detect Corporate Fraud

    Under COSO 2013, Principle 8: "The organization considers the potential for fraud in assessing risks to the achievement of objectives". Corporate fraud is more prevalent today than ever before. Layoffs, pressures, incentives, anonymity, computerization, and lack of privacy are all contributing factors. Fraud consumes an estimated 5% of corporate revenues. How can the auditor, investigator, accountant, financial analyst, attorney or business owner deal with fraud? By understanding fraud, the perpetrators, and the breakdowns in internal control you can develop a program to detect and prevent it. We will examine in this CPE seminar the many facets of corporate fraud: the schemes, the motives, the opportunities, the problems and the risks. We will "slice and dice" the frauds and then we will examine how we can deter, detect and correct the underlying internal control problems.