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Thieves within part 1: Are you a victim of your own employees?

A matter of when, not if

Could you afford to lose 5% of your annual revenues to fraud? For many organizations, it’s not IF you’re experiencing fraud, but WHERE it’s happening. Although small or medium-sized entities likely don’t have the resources for sophisticated fraud-prevention strategies, this presentation will outline ways to mitigate the most important fraud risks by understanding where fraud is mostly likely to occur and putting some simple processes in place.

What you'll learn

  • Understand occupational fraud and its potential impact on your business
  • Use the fraud triangle to evaluate likely areas of risk
  • Understand why fraud happens and how to mitigate it
  • Watch for red flags that could require follow-up

Who should watch

  • Owners, senior leadership of organizations
  • CFOs, controllers, accounting staff
  • Internal and external auditors
  • CPAs

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Cindy McSwain
Senior Vice President,
Outsourcing Services

Cindy leads AGH's outsourcing services group. Her team provides payroll, accounting, funds disbursement, controller, and other financial outsourcing services to numerous clients throughout the Central U.S.

Prior to directing the outsourcing group, Cindy served AGH's assurance clients for 10 years, working with a wide range of middle-market, closely held and family-owned clients. Cindy is a certifed public accountant and a member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants. Cindy has been active at the board and officer level of numerous civic and professional organizations.