A string of corporate scandals and frauds have rattled India Inc. in recent times, resulting in decline in investor confidence and loss of shareholder value and in extreme cases, liquidation of business.
Theft of physical assets was the most common fraud experienced in the past year. However, vendor, supplier or procurement fraud (17%) and information theft (15%) are the next two most frequent types of fraud experienced. The majority of businesses believe that they have become more vulnerable to fraud in the past one year. One of the areas identified to be of particular concern, is information theft. Most senior executives believe that they are highly or moderately vulnerable to information theft risks such as cyber incidents. (Report)
Corporate Fraud & Forensics India Summit 2017 allows delegates to engage in debate on real-life experiences and cultivate innovative solutions to reshape the quality of your corporate fraud detection & control program. Delegates will take back valuable information with regard to high-level risk management program, upcoming challenges, broadening the fraud dialogue, profiling fraudsters, empowering internal audit committee, psychology of white-collar crime, investigation framework, internal control program, recent trends in corporate fraud to upscale the ethical standards in your business and to take advantage of the many networking opportunities on offer.