Your Role in Sustaining a Culture That Deters Fraud (2.0 Ethics CPE)

September 26, 2018

An ethical culture doesn’t just happen—it takes diligence. Each of the key stakeholders in the financial reporting supply chain—the financial team, the internal audit function, and the board and audit committee—plays an important part. Not surprisingly, corporate culture is a significant factor in the auditor’s fraud risk assessment of a company.

In this CPE course, learn how successful organizations leverage their resources to reinforce an ethical culture, assess the effectiveness of their initiatives, and implement changes in their efforts to deter financial fraud. This course will provide you with actionable recommendations for steps you can take in your company. (April 2014)

Moderator:

  • Cindy Fornelli, Executive Director, Center for Audit Quality

Panelists:

  • Karl Erhardt, Senior VP & General Auditor, Metlife
  • Mary Guilfoile, Chairman, MG Advisors, Inc.
  • Janice Innis-Thompson, Senior Managing Director/Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer, TIAA-CREF
  • Robert Kueppers, Senior Partner – Global Regulatory and Public Policy, Deloitte LLP

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