Pre-Conference Workshop

14:00 - 17:30 - Monday 20 October 2008

Conducting & Managing Fraud Investigations
This immensely practical and relevant workshop will cover issues that are faced when conducting investigations into allegations of fraud and
corruption. Topics to be covered include:
  • When to initiate an internal investigation, and what assessment criteria might be useful in making a decision to do so
  • Who should be involved and a question of independence?
  • Managing disclosure requirements including whistleblowers
  • Asset tracing and recovery
  • Reviewing financial data
  • Securing and analyzing information in accordance with evidentiary requirements in various jurisdictions
  • Interviewing techniques and recording statements from witnesses
  • Reporting internally and externally

In addition, you will hear how to conduct due diligence on suspects in an investigation and also remedies available to companies under criminal and
civil law after a fraud investigation. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from experts on this serious issue to ensure your business is protected and manages a crisis and investigation correctly, avoiding penalties and ramifications.

About your workshop leader:
Abigail Cheadle is a Partner at KordaMentha Forensic practice in Singapore. She is a Chartered Accountant with over 16 years experience in investigations and asset tracing in Asia, Australia, USA, Europe and the
Middle East. Previously, Abigail was the Lead Director of Forensic at Deloitte and previously Head of Forensic Accounting for Asia Pacific, Ernst & Young.
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