Understanding Procurement Fraud: Identification, Detection & Prevention
22-23 April 2014
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Certificate will be awarded to delegates who complete the course
Letter of invitation will be provided to delegates who require visa for 
visiting Malaysia

Why you should attend

The increase in contract management and the outsourcing of goods and services 
has created an increase in procurement fraud. It is important to have the 
correct controls, processes and fraud preventative strategies in place.
Every organisation, whether large or small, buy's in products or services and 
when this activity is high value spend it can become a natural target for 
fraudsters. Fraud within the procurement life cycle is high risk and often 
becomes embedded within the organisation and can result in recurring losses. 
This type of fraud also requires some form of insider collaboration, which puts 
your organisation at risk. This means that the fraudsters may know your company 
processes and confidential insider information.
There is plenty of published guidance on how to prevent procurement fraud yet 
it continues to occur. However, this workshop provides training using 
practically gained commercial procurement fraud experience and is supported by 
academic research.

Worldclass Trainer from Australia

Our trainer is an owner of a consulting company established in Sydney, 
He has spent his whole working career of more than 30-years, in Logistics, 
Procurement, and Supply Chain Management.
He has achieved a dynamic balance between corporate, consulting, and academic 
positions and has always endeavoured to advance Logistics as a profession.

What is the course outline? Who is the trainer? What is the registration fees? 
How to register?
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Register by 14 March 2014 to enjoy 10% discount

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