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IMA Ethics Series: A Prescription for Prevention

IMA Ethics Series: A Prescription for Prevention

This three-part online course on ethics will dive into fraud, ethics education and the need for prevention. Earn 2 NASBA CPE credits.

Part one of the course begins with the assertion that every organization should be familiar with the methods of fraud prevention, investigation, and detection. While each encounter with fraud is unique, there are often many common variables running throughout actual cases. The author then presents a real fraud investigation, the results of which underscore the importance of measures that can help to quickly detect fraud or prevent it from occurring in the first place.

Part two of the course discusses how the rash of financial scandals over the past decade and subsequent declines in the major stock exchanges have reinvigorated interest in corporate governance and ethics.  As a result, corporate governance and ethics courses are receiving greater attention in continuing professional education (CPE) programs.

Part three of the course features the award-winning case study in the fifth annual Carl Menconi Case Writing Competition. This case study tells the story of a company in the process of being sold. To protect his selling price, the company’s owner and founder demanded that the president and CFO prepare financial projections that significantly overstated annual revenue.  The case describes how the president and CFO handled that assignment, and what the ultimate result was for the company and its owner.

This product will be valid for six (6) months from the date of purchase.

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