ACFE Training – Financial Statement Fraud (10-11 August)

Join the ACFE for a training event held in Sydney, Australia from 10 to 11 August 2017!

Course Overview

The complexity of financial statement fraud has received considerable attention over the past few years and will continue to cause concern. This course is designed for those who regularly review and evaluate financial statements. Auditors, both internal and independent, will benefit from an enhanced understanding of what the numbers mean and the increased ability to detect indicators of fraud.

This two-day, instructor-led course also discusses the fraud-related responsibilities of financial professionals and provides you with practical techniques to detect financial statement manipulation.

View the event brochure here.

Additional Details

Date 10 to 11 August 2017
Location Hilton Sydney
488 George Street
Sydney, Australia
NSW 2000
 CPE Credits  16
Pricing Packages Member Fee: AUD 1,145

Non-Member Fee: AUD 1,355

Registration Please visit the ACFE Website for further information and to register.
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