How to Strengthen Your Organization’s Fraud Defenses

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August 9, 2018 10:00 AM PT
1 hour

Marketplace conditions and technological advancements are evolving rapidly—and avenues for fraud are keeping pace. A proactive approach is necessary to reduce the opportunities for and impact of fraud occurring within an organization.

In our upcoming webcast, we’ll cover strategies to keep your organization safe. We’ll discuss current types of fraud to look out for and share methods and internal controls that can help with fraud prevention and detection.



Colin Wallace, Partner, Moss Adams

Colin has provided management consulting and internal audit services since 2002. He has organized and performed financial, operational, and compliance audits throughout the United States and abroad, and has worked on all aspects of the internal audit process including planning, analysis, reporting, fraud prevention and detection, and project management. Colin has led numerous fraud and forensic investigations involving misappropriation and misuse of company assets, violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and management override of internal controls. Colin is both a certified fraud examiner and is certified in financial forensics and provides expert witness testimony.

Mandy Jolly Santiago, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Since 2006, Mandy has specialized in risk management and remediation, compliance, and fraud prevention consulting. She helps management teams streamline their compliance efforts, evaluate internal controls and the internal control environment, identify areas to improve the resources available to prevent, detect, and deter fraud, and manage ongoing compliance as regulation and guidance changes. Mandy also provides data analysis to help uncover areas of profit loss which can save businesses as much as 5-10% of their revenue each year. She uses a combination of advanced and proprietary tools to identify instances of fraud, and she provides fraud risk assessments for her clients.

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