Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 06, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Taking place for the first time in Kuala Lumpur on 2nd – 4th August 2017, Marcus Evans proudly brings Fraud & Forensics: Auditing & Risk conference to unmask corporate fraud that is rapidly increasing over the past few years. The three-day conference will also be also providing a platform to enhance the efficiency of Fraud Investigative work and the level of detection towards never ending fraud in organizations.
One the event speaker, Vishal Singhvi, Head of Fraud Investigations in Asia from Microsoft, Singapore shared that, “It is impossible to fully eliminate risks in business, but we can work to understand and to assess them. In fact, as a leader of or as a part of a business, this is your responsibility. Proper risk management and internal control help organizations understand the risks they are exposed to, put controls in place to counter threats, and effectively pursue their objectives.”
Presenting experienced speakers lineup such as Dr. Ambrose Dango Senior Assistant Director, National Audit Department, Malaysia; Ahmad Fauzi Chief Risk Officer-Group Risk Management, Proton Group of Companies & Lotus Cars UK & USA, Malaysia; Hazimi Kassim Group Chief Internal Auditor, Telekom, Malaysia; Andrew Koh, Deputy Chief Risk Officer China Construction Bank, Singapore; Scott Layton, Director of Internal Audit and Investigations, IBM Asia Pacific, Singapore; Rudy Hartono Director of Institutional Relationship, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Indonesia; Richard Moore, Managing Director, Group Head of Financial Crime and Chief Information Security Officer, DBS Bank, Singapore; Ramesh Pillai Chairman of The Board Of Governors, International Institute of Enterprise Risk Practitioners (IERP), United Kingdom.
“I hope this conference will successfully serve as a platform to streamline insights, ideas, and the latest knowledge on emerging trends of white collar crimes in the Asia Pacific. It can be done by inclusively providing fruitful discussion on related issues through best practices and case studies.
“Further, this conference should be the initial step to foster cooperation among public and private sectors, as well as other relevant stakeholders both from the speakers and audience in preventing and fighting white collar crimes,” said Endah Retnoastuti, Executive Director, Global Organization of Parliamentarians against Corruption (GOPAC) Jakarta & Head of Bureau of Inter-Parliamentary Cooperation, Indonesian House of Representatives.
Endah will be presenting ”The Ultimate Guide in Tackling White Collar Crimes: Taking a Tough Stance!” at the first day of the conference.
One of the event highlights will be the Fraud Internal Control Clinic whereby delegates will get an exclusive look into ‘Building Effective Fraud Internal Control in Your Organisation’ as it is the first step towards cultivating a fraud controlled environment. The conference is proudly supported by Institute of Enterprise Risk Management (INSTERP) & Malaysian Institute of Management (MIM).