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With the several high profile cases of corrupt practices reported in recent years, we often ask how they could have happened and if they could have been avoided. In this highly practical workshop, we will take a deeper look at the practical methods for preventing corrupt practices in an organisation as well as red flags and other mechanisms for identifying corrupt practices early so that they can be adequately addressed.
This workshop qualifies for 7.0 CPE hours in Ethics and Professionalism (Category 2).
At the end of this workshop, you will:
FCCA , CIA, CA Singapore, M.S.I.D. , PGrad. Dip. in Mktg (CIM UK), ACTA
Christopher is the Executive Director of a professional firm specializing in internal audit, corporate governance and risk management. He is a Certified Internal Auditor with the Institute of Internal Auditors and is an accredited assessor by the Institute in Internal Quality Assessment and Validation.
Christopher has more than 17 years of auditing experience. He specialises in internal audit, corporate governance and risk management works. Having worked in large SGX-listed companies and established public accounting firms, including as Head/Director of internal audit & risk management divisions, he has vast experiences in setting up internal audit functions, internal controls and corporate governance reviews, enterprise risk management and fraud investigations. His other experiences include IT auditing, risk assessment, control self-assessment, setting up of quality management system, SOP documentation and ISO 9001 implementation.
Christopher holds a Bachelor in Business Administration from Ottawa University, and had served in the committees of the Singapore Institute of Directors and ACCA Singapore.
This is a face to face event, to be conducted on 16 July 2021.