Keep up to date on the latest trends in fraud, bribery, corruption and risk mitigation
You are invited to share in a light lunch where we will discuss the latest insights to assist you and your organisations. You will be given the opportunity to network with your peers in other organisations who are fighting fraud and corruption.
Highlights from a global fraud conference and current trends and events
Fresh from the ACFE 29th Global Fraud Conference, Roger Darvall-Stevens from RSM’s Fraud & Forensic Services team will tell you everything you need to know.
Roger will discuss key trends and techniques from the conference, along with highlights of local Australian trends and developments featured in recent RSM anti-fraud and corruption publications.
Culture risk: ethical and cultural imperatives to reduce fraud
Culture risk is the probability that a group of people with common values, beliefs and knowledge can be compromised. In this session, you will examine culture risk in the context of unethical conduct that often leads to, or already is, fraud. We will discuss recent cases—including the Volkswagen emission fraud, 7-Eleven wage abuse, Australian cricket scandal and frauds in financial institutions—and the theme that emerges from them. Did no one ask at a crucial point, “what is the right thing to do?” as opposed to “what can be done to win or profit at all costs?”.
Roger is the National Head of Fraud & Forensic Services at RSM and has over 25 years’ experience in:
- forensic investigations
- forensic accounting
- fraud, bribery and corruption control, and related training
- forensic IT
- compliance (including foreign bribery and corruption risk)
- corporate security
Prior to RSM, Roger was a partner in forensics for a ‘Big 4’ firm where he had been for 13 years, and initially commenced his career in the police force leaving as a detective after 12 years.
To RSVP for this event, please contact Erin Maritz on (07) 3225 7800 or by emailing [email protected]