Charity Fraud Awareness Week 2019

Assessing your risks

This week is International Charity Fraud Awareness Week 2019  and we are showing our support by not only helping to share great advice and resources provided by organisations such as the Fraud Advisory Panel and the Charity Commission we are going to be once again running our ‘Let us show you how’ campaign. We will take you step by step through implementing a complete financial crime strategy. In addition to fraud we will cover, cybercrime, bribery and corruption, money laundering, terrorist financing, modern slavery and facilitation of tax evasion.

What does this mean?

Throughout the week we will ‘show you how’ to take practical action that does not require any prior knowledge of managing fraud risks. We will ‘show you how’ you can integrate effective fraud risk management into your other risk management processes, compliance programs and operational procedures.

For those who have already implemented fraud risk management processes we will also provide resources for internal audit and other assurance teams so that they can provide assurance over how well your processes are operating.

It doesn’t stop at the end of the week either. We have various services to provide continued support.

Why is this important?

We have experience across a number of different regulated sectors and will therefore bring learnings and perspective from those other areas to add to the discussion. One consistent theme from the different sectors is that there is plenty of guidance out there but many organisations still struggle to implement and operate procedures in a consistent way.

We want to make sure the advice we give this week is relevant to your needs. We are therefore inviting you to ask us a question and we will provide our response and post these online. Simply complete the form below to submit your question.

What next?

We will be liking and retweeting other posts so please join us in keeping #charityfraudout.

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Ask us a question about managing financial crime risks including fraud, cybercrime, bribery, corruption, money laundering, terrorist financing, sanctions, modern slavery or facilitation of tax evasion. Complete the form below.

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