Offered in partnership with CPA Ontario, this two-day course will enhance your awareness of fraud and financial crimes in business. Through lectures, interactive case studies and breakout sessions, the program will equip you with the necessary skills to help mitigate the impact of economic crimes for your organization and clients.
- Fraud (both from a criminal and civil perspective)
- Why people commit fraud
- Red flags of fraud
- Various fraud schemes
- Methodologies to deter fraud through prevention and detection and the role of internal controls to mitigate the impact of fraudulent activities and behaviour
- Fraud in the context of financial statements
- Money laundering and its relationship to fraud
About the Guest Speaker
Cam McCaw, CPA, CA, CFE has expertise in financial and white collar crime, fraud, anti-money laundering, embezzlement, corruption and other wrongdoings. Cam is a graduate of Concordia University, Bachelor of Commerce (Magna Cum Laude). He is a Chartered Accountant and became a Certified Fraud Examiner in 1993. He was with a major international accounting firm for nearly 24 years and the last 12 years he was a partner in the Financial Advisory Services Group with extensive international experience. He has been the principal of a Toronto based boutique consultancy firm since 2002, which specializes in forensic accounting, fraud prevention, and in providing business advisory services. Cam has done significant lecturing both in Canada and internationally with respect to investigative accounting and restructuring matters. He speaks on various topics relating to fraud investigations, the investigation of money laundering/tracing of illicit funds and the fundamentals of serving as an expert witness. For several years he was an academic adviser in the Schulich MBA program and he was a lecturer at the Canadian Police College in Ottawa for three years. Cam has been a key faculty member in Seneca’s Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting Graduate Certificate program for more than thirteen years.