Business and Financial Fraud Risk Assessment in Challenging Times
Date(s) - October 21st, 2021
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Please join us for the Enterprise Risk Assessment webinar presented by KPMG.
Most people would agree that we live and work in times not seen in a generation. COVID-19, regulatory changes, demographics, technology, social media, and societal values have all forced businesses, including law firms, to adjust how they do business. All these changes result in a change in the risk profile of the business. So when was the last time your firm formally looked at the risks to the business?
Performing regular risk assessments, particularly a business risk assessment and a fraud risk assessment, is a key component of an enterprise risk management program. They can help your firm identify the risks to the business and guide an appropriate action plan to mitigate these risks. Risk assessments can also assist in identifying hidden risks and opportunities to be addressed. KPMG has assisted numerous clients on performing business risk assessments and fraud risk assessments. They will share in this presentation key ideas, best practices, and current trends to help you start or improve on your firm’s risk management journey.
KPMG Presenters: Rebecca Ip and Marshal Wong.
Rebecca is a Partner in KPMG’s Forensic Financial Crimes practice and she holds a Certified n Financial Forensic designation from AICPA. he’s a CPA and Certified Money Laundering Specialist (Advanced Audit Certification) with fraud risk management experience. She has been with KPMG for over 15 years servicing clients in Forensic, Internal Audit, and External Financial Statement Audit. Rebecca’s work spans across all three lines of defense in the Financial Services industry in both proactive and reactive basis. Rebecca is also a frequent speaker in industry conferences and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, Toronto Chapter.
Marshal is a forensic professional and a CPA focusing on fraud risk management and investigations. He has been with KPMG for over 13 years servicing clients in forensic, internal audit, and financial statement audit. He assists clients in managing their fraud risks both on a proactive (fraud risk assessments) and reactive (investigation) basis.
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