Accounts payable payment (ach, check, and card) fraud, risk and risk mitigation

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Published on April 25, 2014

Author: rogermike566

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Many times there is fraud protection provided by your bank or credit card issuer, but time is of the essence in identifying and reporting this fraud to recover any losses. You should be armed with the tools necessary to properly audit your current process to make sure the potential for fraud is limited.
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www.onlinecompliancepanel.com Call: +1-510-857-5896 Fax: +1-510-509-9659 www.onlinecompliancepanel.com | 38868 Salmon Ter, Fremont, CA 94536 Webinar by Brent Meyers Accounts Payable Payment (ACH, Check, and Card) Fraud, Risk and Risk Mitigation [ Wednesday, 23 July 2014 | 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT ] Description: During this webinar I will highlight several types of payment fraud that occur in today’s business environment. Regardless of your preferred payment method there is the potential for fraud as well as options to eliminate some of the risk. Are you doing everything you can to make sure you are not an easy target? Every form of payment is subject to fraud. You want to ensure that you are taking all of the proper precautions to prevent being an easy target for hackers and fraudsters. My goal for the webinar is to arm you with the tools necessary to safeguard your Accounts Payable process from potential fraud. Why Should you Attend: Many times there is fraud protection provided by your bank or credit card issuer, but time is of the essence in identifying and reporting this fraud to recover any losses. You should be armed with the tools necessary to properly audit your current process to make sure the potential for fraud is limited. Objectives of the Presentation: Types of fraud in Accounts Payable Common flags for identifying types of fraud Examples and challenges in relation to fraud Data analysis and its value in fraud Best Practices to mitigate or eliminate fraud Who can Benefit: Financial Officers Risk Officers Internal Auditors Operational Risk Managers Business Managers/ Controllers Accounts Payable Managers and Staff * * *

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