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Institute of Forensics and ICT Security
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29 Aug 2019

Time

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Tracing and Recovering Fraud losses

After a fraud case has been successfully been solved and the perpetrators convicted, most victims of the fraud believe they have had closure; but that is not true. A fraud investigation only ends after the losses caused by that fraud have been recovered. This is what this course is all about.
Recovering fraud losses is crucial to resolving the fraudulent crime, and it is often intricate due to fraud’s characteristically stealthy nature. Fraud examiners must be prepared to deal with the strategic, organizational, investigative and legal challenges of tracing and recovering the hidden proceeds of fraud.

There is a number of tools that a fraud examiner can use to trace illegitimate funds and recover hidden assets.

Where: Institute of Forensics and ICT Security located on 4th floor Ntinda complex, Plot 33, Ntinda road (Opp. St. Luke Church).

Why: This training course provides an overview of the resources, legal considerations and techniques to prepare for and conduct an asset recovery examination.

Fee:  US$ 200 per person for 2 days

Learning Objectives
  • Play an important role in recovery as a fraud examiner
  • Structure an asset recovery examination
  • Recover fraud losses from third parties
  • Use financial records and data analytics to locate hidden assets
  • Comply with legal aspects and considerations faced in this line of work

Click Here for more details about the training and online enrollment
You can also call or Whatsapp on this number 0784270586 for further assistance.
OR email us on admissions@forensicsinstitute.org

 

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