- Understand areas susceptible to corruption and be able to identify the means by which vulnerable members of staff may be adversely affected
- Understand the practices and procedures protecting the organisation from corrupt practices and the implementation of internal anti-corruption measure intended to ‘Target Harden’ its vulnerability
- Be able to respond effectively to events involving corruption applying available options in the pursuit of asset recovery through either the criminal or civil courts as appropriate
- Introduce and establish standards of management practice that will curb the event of fraud and corruption
- Develop transparency initiatives in organisations and raise awareness of its benefits
- Understand major financial organisations
- Combat fraud effectively by having the skills to review and update methods of investigating and reducing the effects of fraud and corruption
- Understand the complex world of Money Laundering
- Recognise its impact of world economy
- Understand the significant implication of adopting IFRS standards for financial reporting
- Align Organisational core business with the European Directives concerning Money Laundering
- To be able to identify organisational and departmental core outputs by analysing and monitoring the process through performance indicators
- To have an understanding of organisational fraud risk and its management
- To be in a position to identify the scale of organisational/departmental risks through the process of fraud risk gap analysis
Learning Outcomes – Knowledge & Understanding
Upon successful completion of this course, candidates should be able to:
- Apply the principles and procedures of evidence gathering to the requisite standard
- To be aware of both the positive and adverse effects of corruption and associated enquiries within the wider context relative to the department/organisation
- Develop procedures designed to achieve transparency and good governance
- Know about the broader organisational and economic consequences of money laundering and money laundering control
- Be able to identify and compare global financial institutions and methods of control and regulation
- Consider the implications of compliance with regulations
- Examine the impact of regulation on existing processes
- Compare alternative approaches to organisational and wider control
- Apply techniques in an organisational context
- Recognise the importance of ethics and professional standards when undertaking corruption enquiries
The Course Fee for this module is £ 350 GBP (Pound Sterling) or Rs.32,700/- + GST 18%, to be paid after online registration.
Candidates are imparted an NTU recognised and acknowledged certificate, after successful completion of this course.
The course will be conducted at DIIS Gurgaon Centre from 9.30 AM to 5 PM daily, with two Coffee Breaks from 11.00 to 11.15 AM and 3.15 to 3.30 PM, as well as Lunch Break from 1.00 to 1.45 PM.
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