Tone at the top can set a precedent for an ethical corporate culture, but a formal ethics program provides a clear framework for the organization’s expectations, policies and potential consequences. While compliance and ethics are the foundation of such programs, the pervasive threat of fraud makes it critical to also integrate fraud-focused initiatives into the program, including anti-fraud and whistleblower policies.
Learn best practices for creating an effective compliance and ethics program that incorporates anti-fraud measures. Eric Feldman’s presentation will provide an overview of the essential steps your organization needs to take in developing a program that will effectively foster ethical behavior, promote compliance and deter fraudulent activities by your employees.
Developing an Integrated Anti-Fraud, Compliance and Ethics Program
July 25, 2018
5:00 PM PDT to 8:00 PM PDT
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The California Club
538 S. Flower Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071
5:00 to 6:00 PM: Registration and Networking
6:00 to 8:00 PM: Meeting, Dinner, and Discussion
Ticket price includes dinner, beverages, and dessert. Entrée choices are Veggie, Chicken, or Salmon.
$70.00 LA ACFE Chapter Member
$60.00 Earlybird rate before July 16
$80.00 Non-LA ACFE Chapter Members
$70.00 Earlybird rate before July 16
$60.00 Full-time Student Ticket
$50.00 Earlybird rate before July 16