3rd Fraud & Corruption Africa Summit
Clean Business, Clean Government: Transparency & Accountability
12-15 March 2013, The Westcliff by Orient-Express Johannesburg, South Africa
MIS Training Institute is delighted to announce that the 3rd Annual Fraud & Corruption Africa Summit will be hosted 12th - 15th March 2013, at the Westcliff by Orient-Express in Johannesburg. The programme will take attendees through the whole process of dealing with fraud, corruption and misconduct focused around practical strategies and tools - from the initial detection, prevention, anti-bribery, ethics - to managing investigations, response, risk assessments, forensics, including how to deal with misconduct and compliance challenges. A practical step by step tool kit on how to uncover and mitigate fraud, corruption and corporate malfeasance, including cyber-based crime.
5 KEY THEMES:
- African & global risk horizon, governance, transparency, political accountability
- Fraud detection, prevention, investigation, awareness, procurement, risk assessment
- Anti-corruption, anti-bribery, compliance, integrated assurance
- Incident handling, interviewing, forensics, computer forensics, misconduct, prosecution, enforcement
- Itumeleng V. Mongale, Director: Programme Implementation Ethics and Integrity Management, Department of Public Service and Administration, South Africa
- Mr. Ibrahim Lamorde, Executive Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Nigeria
- Roy Ramm, Governance and Public Affairs Director, Caesars Entertainment/ London Clubs International & Chairman, Emerald Casino Resort, South Africa
- Graham Joscelyne, Chair, Audit and Ethics Committee, The Global Fund, Joscelyne + Associates, Inc. (Former Auditor General, World Bank)
Guaranteed Time for Information Share and Audience Participation
NEW for 2013 - Special Interest Think Tanks
- Think Tank 1: Fraud in the Financial Sector
- Think Tank 2: Fraud & Corruption in Government Institutions
- Think Tank 3: Transparency in Procurement & the Supply Chain
In-depth, practical discussions on implementations, led by expert practitioners who manage these areas day to day
- Workshop 1: What Constitutes a Successful Investigation into Fraud, Corruption & Misconduct? BP International Limited; Nestle South Africa
- Workshop 2: Deploying an Effective Anti-Bribery / Anti-Corruption Programme Rio Tinto; SARS
- Workshop 3: Cybercrime: Red Flags, Risk Assessment & Controls The Risk Management Group; Brake Group France
- Workshop 4: Using Fraud Forensics for Investigations & Recovery Cyanre, Kenya Commercial Bank, FirstRand Group
NEW for 2013 - Practical Deployment Exercises
Work in facilitated smaller groups to brainstorm key requirements on the following areas:
- What are the Top 3 Features of a Successful Fraud Policy?
- How can you Make the True Cost of Fraud Visible?
- How can you Protect your organisation whilst remaining competitive?
The Fraud & Corruption Africa Roundtable - 15th March 2013
The Fraud & Corruption Africa Roundtable is a thought-leadership discussion for thought-leaders and practitioners who are directly involved in the day to day fi ght against fraud and corruption. The format is open group discussions, with the group splitting off into smaller groups for more intimate benchmarking facilitated by established practitioners. Meet and be inspired with professionals who face a similar set of challenges as you in this proactive and motivational environment. Note the Roundtable is held under The Chatham House Rule.
- Andre Willemse, Head of Internal Audit - Africa & Asia, SABMiller PLC, South Africa
- Mark Johnson, Chairman, The Risk Management Group, UK
- Ryan D. Newcombe, Head of Investigations, Ethics and Compliance, Supreme Group, UAE
- Derek G Pak, Head of Fraud Management, Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore
- Neville Tiffen, Global Head of Compliance, Rio Tinto, Australia
- Clifford Collings, Group Executive: Anti-corruption & Security, South African Revenue Service (SARS)
Attendees determine preferred key topics in advance Input your priority questions for group action to input your priority topics to the agenda and to answer the above, please email:
"The conference was intellectually and professionally re-juvenating, it repositioned my mindset and really enhanced my auditing skills. To sum it all, I am professionally born again!"
Audit Manager, National Pension Scheme Authority, Zambia
"The conference was so interactive. Experiences from various practitioners were shared and it acted as a catalyst to actualise some of those good things not taken on board. An eye-opener!"
Chief Internal Auditor, National Social Security Fund, Tanzania
"Very engaging, not a dull moment!"
Head of Tax Investigations, Federal Inland Revenue Services, Nigeria
"You missed a lot by not attending!"
Principal Internal Auditor, Judiciary of Tanzania
"A focused conference with value addition to practical (issues) facing us in our every day work. This
was an eye-opening and empowering conference - very practical and addresses real internal audit challenges"
Head of Internal Audit and Risk, Lesotho National Development Corporation
"Gaining confidence through sharing practical experiences of our professions cutting across the globe"
Head of Procurement, Zanaco Bank PLC
If you have a suggestion for a topic or speaker for the conference programme please email Conference Director firstname.lastname@example.org who will contact you to discuss in detail.
For sponsorship enquiries, please contact
Kate Lafferty, Sponsorship Manager, +44 (0 )20 7779 8866