Conducting A Risk Analysis Of Credit Card Usage In A Business Environment
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Conducting A Risk Analysis Of Credit Card Usage In A Business Environment (MLC440O)
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All business units have their vulnerabilities. Core processes tend to get the most attention as they are vital to business operations. Any department and/or program that lies on the outside most likely doesn’t get the attention it may need.
One of those areas is credit card usage. It is one thing that touches every sector but doesn’t receive the attention it sometimes needs. Whether it is simply optimization of a current program, implementing software for expense reporting, or protecting/ dealing with fraud there is a lot that can and does go in to a proper credit card program.
The impact to a company’s bottom line won’t be tremendously affected by optimization, but the amount of headaches created or eliminated can be many. During this 60 minute audio session, expert speaker Brent Meyers will highlight several areas of a credit card program that have room for improve. It is important to assure you are using all the latest enhancements in the industry as things change often.
Topics covered in the session:
Basis of a strong credit card program
Cardholder and administrator responsibilities
What can go wrong?
What can be done about it?
Who should attend
Operational Risk Managers
Business Managers/ Controllers
Accounts Payable Managers and Staff
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Brent Meyers has extensive knowledge of the accounts payable process in today’s business environment. He is responsible for business development and commercial card services within the Midwest Territory. He specializes in Automated Accounts Payable, regulation compliance, and expen...
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