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Educational Training: Forensic Accounting/ Investigation


Forensic Accounting and Investigative Training is essential to build appropriate controls which are meaningful and effective. Before setting the controls, one has to first understand the complete system of operation and its critical links and most importantly, have a clear perception as to what, and where things can go wrong and also have an understanding of the fraudster mindset. To achieve this, Forensic Accounting and Investigative Training becomes essential. Better the training better the controls and lesser the risk of fraud. A common failing in many business systems is that these controls are largely set by employees who have no experience on reading fraudsters mind. They do not have adequate knowledge on what can go wrong .Therefore these controls become more of MIS than controls to prevent wrong. No fraud, however big is technically sophisticated, only lack of control has helped it to go through in the absence of perfect training. Therefore all corporate need to have well trained team who understand the nitty-gritty of frauds, why they happen, how they can be prevented, detected and how best to move forward once the frauds surface.


IFAIA is among India's first core consulting and educational firms having focused on corporate Frauds and White-Collar Crimes. IFAIA through its internal team has held more than two hundred symposiums in India and Abroad. IFAIA has also held scores of symposium for large corporate such as Indian Oil, NTPC, BPCL, ITC, Bharti Group, Shriram Group, Shri Cement, Stock Trading Corporation, among many others, at their premises.

Our Approach

IFAIA offers tailor-made fraud prevention awareness programs depending on the existing business module and ERP compliance. IFAIA during these programmes largely shares its own experience of detecting and investigation of frauds with references to live case studies of cases handled by our team. These sessions typically range from 1-3 days depending on the depth of coverage and the intended target audience.