Fraud is now the most common crime in this country and poses a significant threat to the well-being of every charity.
It is important for trustees and managers to have the right knowledge and skills to protect their charity and make it fraud resilient.
This practical half-day workshop for charities will explain what you need to know about fraud and why. It will cover:
- The cyber-fraud and financial crime landscape
- Identifying and assessing the key areas of internal and external fraud risk
- Understanding your responsibilities in safeguarding your charity’s funds
- Hallmarks of an effective approach to protecting your charity from fraud.
The facilitators are: Alan Bryce (Charity Commission), Vicky Szulist (Crowe Clark Whitehill) and Dr Stephen Hill (Fraud Advisory Panel).
Download the programme here.
18 January 2017Time
12:30 - 16:45 (registration and a light lunch from 12:00)Location
Crowe Clark Whitehill, 3rd floor, The Lexicon, Mount Street, Manchester M2 5NTCosts £25 + VAT charity / not-for-profit sector Terms and conditions