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Fraud Prevention, Detection & Deterrence
Fraudulent conduct in an entity occurs more frequently than we’d like to think. According to the ACFE a typical organization loses approximately 5% of its revenue to fraud each year. Early detection of fraud or even better deterrence of fraud could make the difference between survival of an entity and financial failure.
We provide stand-alone courses as well as series of structured seminars that train employees according to their background and expertise to understand and recognize why and how fraud happens. The following list of seminar topics is meant as an introduction to the wide variety of topics that can be tailored to the respective attendees:
- Fraud Prevention
- Financial Investigations
- Investigating Money Laundering
- Financial Statement Fraud
In order to thrive in today’s competitive financial environment, you need to stay on the cutting edge of current industry requirements. Our small-group seminars promote knowledge retainment through active participation and aim to sharpen your skills, develop your expertise, enhance your career and meet the aims and objectives of your organization.
We cover a range of topics, including:
- Financial Accounting
- Financial Statement Analysis
IFRS Seminars & Helpdesk
Implementation of IFRS can be challenging and even daunting. On a daily basis professional accountants come across extremely complex transactions that require sound knowledge of basic principles as well as proper application of judgement.
Our IFRS seminars are designed to bring qualified professionals up-to-date on latest developments in the field and help expand their understanding and implementation of the IFRSs.
Upon request we can also provide you with written analysis on the interpretation of IFRS and/or treatment of specific transactions.
We provide targeted knowledge to meet the needs of finance professionals and non-finance professionals through a series of pre-designed and/or tailored financial training programs. Our focused approach and vast experience in the world of professional education means that you can be sure that we not only provide knowledge but you can also trust us to guide you through it, providing you with practical skills and solid experience in real-life scenarios.
Orestis is an experienced financial trainer who is specialized in developing and delivering financial training to all levels of learners, from ACA and ACCA students to seasoned finance executives.
He is the person who can put the latest developments to practice; since 2010, he has successfully been preparing ACA and ACCA students for their examinations with consistently high passing rates and has run numerous CPD courses specifically designed to provide expert and up-to-date knowledge.
Orestis has been serving as an examiner, marker and university lecturer on IFRS related courses. He is being called upon both nationally and internationally for his IFRS training abilities and has a wealth of experience to share that is supported by impeccable financial credentials.
He regularly posts technical articles on IFRSs and throughout the years he has acquired a global audience.
Orestis holds a Bachelors’ degree in Educational Sciences from the University of Cyprus. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant (ACA), member of the ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales), and a qualified Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), member of the ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners).
Our IFRS 15 seminar will take place on 14/5/2019 at the Synergy Conference Center. Please note that advance booking is essential as only 10 places are available for this event! See below for details… Read more “IFRS 15 SEMINAR”
The simplified approach does not require an entity to track the changes in credit risk, but instead, requires the entity to recognize a loss allowance based on… Read more “IFRS 9 – IMPAIRMENT – SIMPLIFIED APPROACH”
Some contracts (that may or may not be financial instruments themselves) may have derivatives embedded in them. For example, an entity may issue a bond which is… Read more “IFRS 9 – EMBEDDED DERIVATIVES”