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COURSE TITLE

THE AUDITOR’S RESPONSIBILITIES CONCERNING FRAUD

DATE Monday 9 October 2017
VENUE Gatwick Manor Hotel
SPEAKER Guy Loveday
COURSE CODE OC09B7
COURSE FEE

£99+VAT. (Click here for information on the Flexiticket discount scheme - fees as low as £45.60+VAT per place)

TIMING
Registration Course starts Coffee Course ends
13:00 13:30 15:00 16:30
OBJECTIVES
  • How likely is it that your client has suffered losses from the effects of a fraud that they do not know about – yet?
  • Is your audit approach coping with your responsibilities concerning the detection of fraud?
  • Are there shortcomings in your planning process?
  • Are you documenting your compliance with every aspect of ISA 240?
  • Are there shortcomings in your review process?
  • Would your files stand up in court if action was taken against you?

This course will help you to answer these questions

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Auditors – of all levels of experience – but especially those who are so complacent as to think that it will not happen to their clients and those who simply do not “buy in” to the approach inherent in the clarified ISAs.

TOPICS
  • A look at the latest annual fraud barometer
  • How fraud might manifest itself for your clients
    • Misappropriation of assets
    • Financial reporting fraud
  • Planning the audit to give ourselves a reasonable expectation of detecting material fraud (or at least to be seen to be doing so)
  • The TEN things we must do to comply with ISA 240 on fraud
  • Ensuring that your clients are well protected against fraud
  • Considering the impact of the UK Bribery Act 2010
  • Criticism of auditors from professional bodies since the introduction of the clarified ISAs

 

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