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ComplianceAid, CAB and CCCU present “Are you Afraid of Fraud? Build an Effective Fraud Risk Program which Passes the Fraud Risk Test”

ComplianceAid, CAB and CCCU present “Are you Afraid of Fraud? Build an Effective Fraud Risk Program which Passes the Fraud Risk Test”

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  • January 30, 2018 - January 31, 2018
    8:30 am - 4:30 pm

(Cost includes registration, meals, certificate, electronic handout, Fraud Prevention Framework Template for Institution)

Are you Afraid of Fraud?

Build an Effective Fraud Risk Program which Passes the Fraud Risk Test

FRAUD is just one of the many types of risks managed by an organization; however, many Board of Directors and Compliance Risk Professionals often underestimate fraud’s impact on the scope of their professional duties.  Failure to properly manage fraud risk can bring catastrophic results to a company’s operations and reputation. Learn to master facilitating fraud risk assessments and programs while executing an organization’s enterprise risk strategy; this seminar will cover how a company’s management can establish an anti-fraud culture and promote fraud awareness throughout their  organization while improving capabilities to manage fraud risks from all sources.

This two (2) day seminar will discuss the components of a comprehensive and effective Fraud Risk Management program including the elements of deterrence, detection, investigation and remediation.

Who should attend: Government Officials, Banks, Insurance Companies, Credit Unions, Financial Institutions, Trust, Brokers/Securities Company, Investment Officers, Attorneys, Accountants, Senior Management, Responsible Officer, Anti-Money Laundering Officers, Compliance Officers, Reporting Officer, Fraud Investigators, AML Investigators, Heads of Anti-Money Laundering, Audit Department, Operation Officers, Enterprise Risk Managers, AML Specialists are all those who should attend this educational seminar. 

Practical Take Away: Design an institutional specific fraud risk program to include policy, procedures and risk matrix.

Benefits of Attending:

  • Learn the steps to building and establishing an effective Fraud Risk Program
  • Learn the elements of Fraud Risk Management Programs including how to establish Fraud Risk Assessments which compliment Fraud Governance & Policies
  • Define how to designate an organization’s risk appetite to establish Fraud Risk Program objectives
  • Understand the components needed to effectively manage Fraud Program objectives
  • Master the management of Fraud Risks by properly assigning roles and responsibilities for key objectives of a Fraud Program
  • Conduct group exercises with real world case studies to help attendees place Fraud Risk Management theory into practice
  • Review and apply Fraud Risk Management frameworks established by COSO, ACFE, IIA and other relevant organizations.


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Facilitator : Paul E. Zikmund

Deputy Chief Compliance Officer & Vice President Global Security


Paul E. Zikmund is Deputy Chief Compliance Officer & Vice President Global Security, Bunge in White Plains, NY. He is responsible for development and implementation of Bunge’s fraud, ethics, compliance and security risk management programs and controls designed to protect company assets, mitigate fraud and misconduct, ensure compliance with federal and state laws and protect company assets. He possesses nearly 28 years of experience in this field and has effectively managed global compliance and forensic audit teams at various Fortune 500 companies. Prior to joining Bunge, Paul worked as the Senior Director Forensic Audit at Tyco International in Princeton, NJ and the Director Litigation Support Services at Amper, Politziner, & Mattia, LLP, in Philadelphia, PA. Paul is a Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Ethics and Compliance Management professional, and a Master Analyst in Financial Forensics. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in the Administration of Justice and a Certificate of Accountancy from The University of Pittsburgh. He continued his education with a Masters of Business Administration at the University of Connecticut, a Masters of Accountancy at Auburn University and a Masters of Business Ethics and Compliance at the New England College of Finance.


The seminar is supported by the following partners & sponsors:



  • CAB Logo-04The Caribbean Association of Banks Inc.(CAB) is a community of banks and other financial institutions in the Caribbean/CARICOM Region, which proactively influences issues impacting the financial services sector through advocacy, education and networking.


Venue Phone: +1 268-480-2400

Venue Website:

George Walter Highway &, Jabbawock Road,, Coolidge, 736, Antigua and Barbuda


Antigua & Barbuda International Institute Of Technology
George Walter Highway & Jabbawock Road, Coolidge, Antigua
TEL: +1 268-480-2400
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