Deterring, Detecting & Reporting Fraud
Whether or not you realize it, many non-profit organizations face the very real risk of internal fraud and embezzlement. Unfortunately, this risk is magnified during times of economic uncertainty, when employees may be facing extreme financial pressures.
According to guest speaker Chad Martin, a Director at Barnes Dennig and a Certified Fraud Examiner, it is important to establish internal controls that detect such fraud when it occurs, but it is more important that the organization’s leadership foster integrity and an ethical culture in order to deter fraud.
Join us November 9 to hear more from Chad and Ralph W. Kohnen, chair of Taft Stettinius & Hollister’s White Collar Criminal Defense Practice, on the subject of deterring, detecting and reporting fraud – a tough but timely topic for local non-profits.
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