Venue : ZOOM
Event Start Date : Thursday 15 October 2020
Event End Date : Thursday 15 October 2020
Event Start Time : 02:30 pm
Event End Time : 03:30 pm
Registration Start Date : Wednesday 16 September 2020
Registration End Date : Thursday 15 October 2020
For organizations, creating a robust anti-fraud environment should be a journey, and one of the key components to creating such an environment is by performing fraud risk assessments. EY speakers will share some of the leading and emerging practices on building a robust anti-fraud framework and share examples to highlight why some succeed and others fail.
According to an EY survey, only 34% of respondents were very confident that their third parties demonstrate integrity in the work they do. Are the traditional methods of third-party due diligence adding value to the management? How can in-house counsel and compliance leaders leverage technology for global third-party risk management?
To achieve a robust anti-fraud environment, in-house counsels and compliance leaders should perform fraud risk assessments on a continuous basis and leverage technology to manage risks, including those from third parties. For this to be successful, in-house counsels and compliance leaders need to work closely with enterprise stakeholders.
In this session, Stacy Chai and Saket Bhartia from EY Forensics team will share some of the leading and emerging practices on building a robust anti-fraud framework and highlight examples to discuss why some succeed and others fail.
Stacy has over 19 years of experience in the areas of accounting, auditing and forensic accounting; and has specialized in investigations, anti-corruption and litigation support work in the last 12 years. She has been leading forensic investigations across ASEAN into, among others, fraudulent acts, Singapore Exchange listing rules, financial irregularities, conflict of interest, breach of fiduciary duties, corrupt practices, and money laundering.
Stacy has worked closely with regulators and enforcement agencies in Singapore, and her work has also been used for criminal prosecution. Stacy regularly provides training on integrity, fraud and corruption and related legal aspects to EY clients and has also trained new recruits of regulatory and enforcement agencies. She is a frequent speaker at conferences on fraud matters and guest lectures on the topic of Fraud and Ethics at one of Singapore’s universities. She was also interviewed on one of Singapore’s radio stations on corporate fraud.
Saket has over 20 years of experience in fraud risk assessments, investigations, anti-bribery and corruption reviews and dispute advisory. Saket has led investigations that were either multijurisdictional, regulatory non-compliance or complex in nature, including financial statement fraud, siphoning of funds, embezzlement, asset misappropriation, bribery and corruption issues, code of conduct violations, etc. In addition, he has assisted several global and local clients in setting up strong compliance and governance frameworks.