Fraud Management

Fraud Management

Advanced seminar for managing directors, board members of banks, financial service providers, insurance companies, leasing and factoring companies and financial holding companies

732,-€

Plus 19% VAT.
  • With the seminar, you will receive a certificate as proof of your expertise
    (e.g. for submission to BaFin)

  • Minimum requirements for anti-fraud management

  • Internal security and prevention measures against
    white-collar crime

  • Pre-trial and criminal proceedings: Procedure in practice

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Programm

  • 9.15 am – 1.00 pm

    Minimum requirements for anti-fraud management


     Characteristics, motives and typical profiles of perpetrators


     Fraud Triangle – Fraud typologies in practice:

    • Opportunity to commit the crime
    • Motive for the crime
    • Justification

    § Section 25h of the German Banking Act (KWG): Information on specific conspicuous or unusual features


    FIU typology paper on corruption: differentiation between money laundering and fraud


    Components of anti-fraud management


    Design, structure and content of a risk analysis:

    • Focus on other criminal acts
    • Requirements for the recording, identification and assessment of risks
      risks in an auditable manner
    • Crime statistics and situation reports

    Research and control actions according to the risk classification


    Internal security and prevention measures against white-collar crime

    Code of Conduct

    • Characteristics, motives and typical profiles of offenders
    • KYE: Ongoing staff compliance
    • Leadership culture, accountability principle and whistleblowing systems

    Written order as the basis for proper business organisation business organisation:

    • Model of the three lines of defence: Overview of the Commissions
    • When must the fraud commissioner actively intervene?

S+P Tool Box

  • S+P Model Guide to Combating Fraud and Defending Against Other criminal offences 
  • S+P Guide: Rules of conduct during house searches
  • S+P Check: Rights and obligations during investigative proceedings
  • S+P Sample instruction for an internal control system in accordance with auditing standard IDW 982 and 983

Fraud Management

  • 2.00 pm – 17.00 pm

    Internal security and prevention measures against white-collar crime


    Information and control duties of compliance officers:

    • MaRisk compliance and WpHG compliance
    • Money Laundering Officer and Fraud Officer
    • Internal Audit and Audit Officer
    • Information Security Officer and Data Protection Officer
    • Outsourcing Officer and Single Officer

    Liability trap: Ad hoc reporting

    • Safe behaviour in the escalation process
    • Which officer does what?

    Dealing with accused persons, suspects, witnesses and defence lawyers


    Rights and duties of accused persons and witnesses


    Procedures of the investigating authorities in practice


    Proper instruction and interrogation protocol – what is to be observed?


    Using the right tactics during interrogations


    Securing evidence: Search, seizure and pre-trial detention


    Dealing properly with non-reliable employees:

    • How to investigate your own employees and managers?
    • Know your Employee – How to deal with non-reliable employees employees
Fraud Management
Fraud Management