Fraud: It Couldn't Happen to Us, Could it?
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
The Rivers Club
Have you seen these headlines?
“Former trustee indicted for alleged $6 million theft from charity”
“Guilty plea to theft of federal funds from nonprofit organization”
“Nonprofit organization director charged with theft”
“Nonprofit volunteer charged: 62 felony counts”
Could this happen to you? How susceptible is your organization to theft and fraud? Do you have the tools and processes in place to help protect your organization? In times of increased economic pressures, pay cuts and furloughs, fraudulent activity has been on the rise and could happen to almost any organization. Join us as we discuss the risks of fraud specific to nonprofit organizations and steps your organization can take to help prevent fraud from happening to you.
Topics will include:
- Identifying the most common types of fraud perpetrated against nonprofit organizations
- Understanding the root causes unique to nonprofit organizations
- Assessing the strength of your organization’s controls
- Identifying preventative measures your organization can take now to protect it from becoming a headline in the future.
Marc P. Brdar, Business Advisors, Senior Manager
Nicole P. Saldamarco, Internal Audit and Risk Advisory Services, Senior Manager
RSVP by February 1 to Cindy Lockovich or by phone: 412-697-5452.
Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. Continental breakfast will be served.