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Your T&E Fraud Internal Controls and Compliance Toolkit (MLCA30N)
for a group pricing
Mind These 6 Critical Components While Developing a T & E Policy
Managing a T&E process can be very challenging for an organization of any size. Automating the T&E process has helped establish internal control, but establishing a policy is often influenced by the organization’s corporate culture and “tone at the top.” There are six critical components to consider when developing a T&E policy that must coincide with the company’s culture and “tone at the top.”
Join our expert Chris Doxey for this riveting 60, to understand the intricacies of these 6 critical components and how they can establish your T&E policy very quickly. Chris will focus on the internal control standards that can prevent fraud and help ensure compliance within your organization’s T&E process. While discussing the internal control standard, she’ll be highlighting the red flags of fraud that the control will identify.
In addition, our expert will talk about the challenges, trends, management models, suggested policy, and internal controls for the T&E process. Lastly, she’ll review a pertinent case study to show “what can go wrong” within the T&E process.
Overcoming T&E challenges
Current T&E trends
T&E management models
Developing a T&E policy
The six critical components to consider when developing a T&E policy
Other T&E policy considerations
Internal control standards and fraud flags for the T&E process
This session translates internal control strategy into a tactical implementation plan by focusing on the “Top 20 Internal Controls” for an entire company. Chris will provide an update on the recent changes to the COSO model and will demonstrate how to embed the concepts of a Fraud Risk Assessment (FRA) process into your internal controls program. Also, she’ll talk about how to implement a fully integrated internal controls universe that leverages existing resources and initiatives.
Who should attend?
Internal Audit Professionals
Internal Control Professionals
Business Process Owners
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Chris Doxey has held senior finance and controller positions at Digital Equipment Corporation, Compaq Computer Corporation, Hewlett Packard, MCI, APEX Analytix, and BSI Healthcare. She has experience in the areas of accounts receivable, credit and collection, internal audit, internal controls, payro...
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