EVENT – IIA Nashville Fraud Risk Management Conference

Join us on October 3rd in Nashville, TN for the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Nashville Chapter’s annual conference. This year’s topic is Fraud Risk Management.

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What exactly is a Fraud Audit?

Many of you may have heard of the term “fraud audit” or maybe you heard someone talking about a “forensic audit”, but what is it? In this video, we examine 6 distinctions between an audit and an investigation to answer that very question.

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Is Your Fraud Risk Register Complete

(2:43)Is your fraud risk register complete? Do you have 50 asset misappropriation fraud schemes? Do you have 16 corruption fraud schemes? Do you currently have 46 fraudulent statement schemes in your fraud risk register? That’s right… There are 112 core fraud schemes in total! Did you know most fraud risk registers are missing the number one way fraudsters manipulate earnings to commit financial statement fraud? …   Schedule a free strategy session today and we will help you enhance your fraud risk register for a more comprehensive fraud management strategy.   Schedule a Strategy Session FraudCast Episode on YouTubeYouTube link: https://youtu.be/EKU6k1ESrTg

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Are you supervising or leading?

(42:54)Hi, I’m Alexis C Bell. Join me on this episode of FraudCast as I talk with Sergeant Bruce Crumpler about “Are you supervising or leading?” as part of our leadership series. We get answers to questions such as:* How important is leadership in any group or organization? * What is meant by “Servant Leadership”?* What qualities make a good leader?* What style of leadership seems to get the most results?* What are some of the things you do to inspire people?* What are some challenges associated with practicing this kind of leadership?* What role does respect play in standout leadership?* How does this apply to interviewing? * and much more…… Read More

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Testimonial – School of Information, USF

School of Information, Information Science Program, University of South Florida John J Sullivan III Ph.D.Professor, School of Information, University of South Florida (USF) and Director of the undergraduate Information Science program …They were keynote speakers at our Information Day. The students were absolutely amazed at what they taught us… They are well versed in their craft. They are great people to work with, easy to talk to. I highly recommend them.”

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Testimonial – InfraGard and Shasteen & Percy

InfraGard and Shasteen & Percy P.A. M Lisa ShasteenShasteen & Percy, P.A., CEO and  InfraGard, Tampa Bay, President … I was so impressed with their work… Their presentation was on ‘Is Culture Eating Your Cyberbreakfast: Communicating Risk’… The membership was thrilled to hear about how culture and perspective can affect us all; especially in security matters… I recommend them and their company to anyone who is very serious about security…” 

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Testimonial – University of Texas at Dallas (root cause)

University of Texas at Dallas (root cause) Joseph MaurielloUniversity of Texas at Dallas …Paul Dunlop and Alexis Bell present[ed] their root cause workshop at our 13th annual Fraud Summit… It was an incredible success… We got rave reviews. They did so well we had our students afterwards interact with them. It was an incredible success and the presenters are just outstanding.”

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Testimonial – University of Texas at Dallas (keynote)

University of Texas at Dallas (keynote) Joseph MaurielloUniversity of Texas at Dallas …Her keynote was Fighting Fraud with a Warrior Spirit and Alexis received rave reviews for her presentation… I think it was just an incredibly well done presentation and it’s something I think other organizations would certainly benefit from.”

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Testimonial – Shepherd University

Shepherd University Cindy Vance, Ph.D, CPAShepherd University …Everyone was very thrilled with her presentations. If we ever do the conference again, we highly recommend her. And if anybody else does a conference on fraud and data analytics, we would strongly recommend Alexis Bell.

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