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					2008 Economic Crime Conference




 Economic Crime in Asia:
    A Global Perspective
         An International Conference


        8th & 9th October 2008
                   Venue:
    Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
                 MALAYSIA




                                        ACFE APPROVED
                                         14 CPE HOURS
Introduction
E con o mi c c ri m e en co mp a ss e s id ent it y t heft , m on e y la un d ering , sec u rit y
brea ch e s , c om p ut er h acki n g , and insi de r t hreat s .

The m et e ori c e c on o mi c de vel op ment o f man y Asi an co u nt ri es and r apid
glo bali zat i on c o up l ed w i t h t he w id e s prea d de plo y me nt of in f or mat ion
t echn ol o gi e s a n d w orl d - w i de c om m unic at ion n et w ork s h av e ca u se d an
alarmi n g p r ol i f erat i o n o f w h i t e - c ollar cri me s w it hin nat ion al bo un dari e s and
acr o ss b or der s .

Ac c o rdi n g t o t h e P ri cew at er h o us e C o op er s 4 t h Bienni al Gl o bal E c on o mic
Cr im e S ur ve y 2 00 7 , fra u d r em ain s on e of t he m o st pr obl e mat ic i ss u e s fo r
bu sin es se s w o rl dw i d e , w i t h n o a bat em ent , re gar dle s s o f a c o mpan y ’s
co unt r y o f op e rat i o n , i n d u st r y s ect o r or s ize . O f t he 5 ,4 28 c o mpani es in 40
co unt ri es s ur ve y ed , ov er 4 3 % rep o rt ed s uf fe ring one or m o re si gnific ant
ec on omi c c ri m es d u ri n g t h e p rec edin g t w o y ear s – n o impr o ve me nt
co mpa red w i t h 2 00 5 an d an in cre as e o f 6 % o ve r 20 03 .

The 20 06 Re p ort t o t h e N at i on on Occ up at ional Fra u d and Abu se p rep ar ed
by t he As s o ci at i o n o f Ce rt i fi e d Fra u d E xa mine rs (AC F E ) (U S A) est im at ed t hat
Am e ri can o rg an i z at i on s l o st ap pr oxi mat el y 5% of t heir an n u al r ev en ue s t o
fra u d . I n t er ms o f t h e U S GD P fo r 20 06 , t his t ra nsl at es t o appr oxi mat el y
U SD 65 2 b i l l i on i n fr a u d l os s es .

As gl ob al i zat i on b l u rs b o und ari es an d era se s ba rrie r s b et w een nat io ns ,
ec on omi c c ri m e s w i l l i n cr ea se in m agnit u de an d va rie t y , ban ef ul of
ec on omi c p r o sp eri t y an d m or al w ell - b ein g .

T o a ddr e ss t h i s se ri o u s gl ob al t hr eat , t he C ent re f or F ra ud M anag em ent o f
HE L P Un i v er si t y C ol l e ge , M al a y sia , i n col l abo rat i on w it h t h e E con o mic Cri me
I nst it ut e o f Ut i ca C ol l e ge , U S A an d t he As s ociat i on o f C ert ifi ed Fra u d
E xamin er s ( AC F E ) M al a ysi a Chapt e r , i s pro u d t o p re se nt t his ina ug u ral
int ernat i on al c on f er en ce on E co n omic C rime in As ia .




Issue Highlights of the Conference

       Economic Crim e in Am erica
       Publ ic Sector Fra ud in Mal aysia
       The Na ture of Gl obal Economic Cr im e
       Transna tional Money Laundering – Prev ention & Enforcem ent
       Fraud I nv es tigation – the Asian Perspec tiv e
       Fraud and Corpora te Gov ernance
       Forensic Audi ting
       I nv estigating Bribery and Corrup tion in Mal aysia
Main Organizer




Ever since its founding in 1986 with the aim of providing affordable quality educational
opportunities for Malaysians, HELP University College has developed into a leading
institution of higher learning in Malaysia with a firmly established international reputation
among universities, research organizations, scholars, business and corporate leaders and
governments in Asia Pacific, Europe and North America.

It offers a wide and diverse range of programs covering business, law, management,
economics, IT, social sciences and the humanities at undergraduate and graduate
levels. It has also assumed a leading role in research and development in certain
disciplines and subject areas.

By upholding rigorous standards and setting benchmarks in many areas, HELP has
achieved many successes and won plaudits and respect from many quarters, at home
and abroad, making it a preferred partner in many crucial areas of endeavor and
cooperation.

The quality of education imparted by HELP ensures that not only are its graduates
preferred over others for employment by multinational companies and discerning
employers in many areas of the globe, they also rapidly assume responsible leadership
roles and positions.

The conferment of university status by the Government in 2004 is tacit recognition of
HELP's distinguished achievements and provides a fillip to further excellence and quality.
We are now poised to play our role as an intellectual leader and a great centre of
learning and tertiary education.
Co-Organizers




Located       in   the     heart   of  Central    New    York,   Utica    College  is  a
comprehensive, independent, private institution founded in 1946 by Syracuse University.
Utica College offers many of the advantages of a large university, such as:
undergraduate and graduate degree options, excellent academic programs and an
outstanding faculty but with an intimacy and a high degree of personal attention more
closely associated with smaller private colleges. Utica College offers a broad range of
opportunities to grow personally and intellectually, helping you to build a strong
foundation for success in your professional life. Students at UC often develop strong
relationships with faculty and fellow students, forging bonds of friendship and academic
affinity that can last a lifetime.




ACFE Malaysia Chapter

The ACFE Malaysia Chapter is a not-for-profit entity whose primary purpose is to serve the
Malaysian community by the promotion of improved fraud detection and deterrence
and through the expansion of knowledge and the interaction of its members.

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners is the world's premier provider of anti-fraud
training and education. Together with nearly 40,000 members, the ACFE is reducing
business fraud world-wide and inspiring public confidence in the integrity and objectivity
within the profession.
Fraud detection and investigations requires a specialized skill set obtainable only via
extensive training and experience. The Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) is the
internationally recognized professional accreditation for fraud examiners.


      Tim e                                    Ag en da D es cr ip ti on




                                        DAY ONE
               Wed nes da y,   8th   O ct o ber 2 0 0 8 , 9 . 0 0a m – 5 . 0 0p m
8.00am – 9.00am        Regi stra ti on & Morni ng Coffee



                       WELCOME ADDRESS:
9.00am – 9.25am
         Tim e                                                Ag en l C a n
                                   P r o f e s s o r D a t u k D r P a uda hD es cr ip ti on
                                   President & Co-Founder, HELP University College , Malaysia



                       OPENING ADDRESS:
9.25am – 10.00am
                                  Y B Dato' Seri Syed Hamid bin Syed Jaafar Albar
                                   Ministry of Home Affairs, Malaysia


10.00am – 10.30am      M orni ng Refreshments



                       KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

                       Economic Crime : The US Perspective
10.30am- 11.30am
                         M r Marti n Biegel man, CFE
                           -  Chai rman, Economi c Crime I nsti tute, Uti ca Coll ege , US A
                           -  D i r e c t o r , F i n a n ci a l I n t e g r i t y U n i t , M i c r o s o f t C o r p o r a t i o n , U S A



                       Dealing with Public Sector Fraud: Enhancing Integrity & Transparency
11.30am – 12.30pm
                       in Government Financial Management
                         Y B h g T a n S r i D a t o ’ S e t i a Am b r i n b i n B u a n g
                            -    Au d i t o r G e n e r a l o f M a l a y s i a


12.30pm - 1.40pm       N e tw o r k i n g L u n c h e o n


                       Corruption: A Malaysian Story Stranger than Fiction
1.40pm – 2.40pm         Y M T u n k u Ab d u l Az i z I b r a h i m
                          -    Founder, Transparency I nterna ti onal Mal aysi a


                       Fraud & Corporate Governance
2.40pm – 3.40pm          Y Bhg Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Megat Najmuddi n bi n Datuk Seri Dr Hj
                         Megat Khas
                           -   Presi dent, M al aysi an Institu te of Corpora te Governance


3.40pm – 4.00pm        Af t e r n o o n R e f r e s h m e n t s


                       PwC Global Economic Crime Survey 2007 – Trends and Insight s
                         Mr Chong Shao Yen
4.00pm - 5.00pm
                          -   E x e c u t i v e D i r e c t o r , D i s p u t e An a l y s i s & I n v e s ti g a t i o n ,
                              Pri cew aterhouseCoo pers (Pw C) M al aysia


5.00pm                 End of Day One




                                                    DAY TWO
                    Thur s d ay , 9 t h O ct ob e r 2 0 0 8, 9 . 0 0a m – 5 . 3 0 pm
8.30am – 9.00am     M orni ng Coffee


                    Transnational Prevention & Enforcement Issues i n Money Laundering
                      Professor Dr George E Curti s
                        -  Ac t i n g E x e c u t i v e D i r e c t o r , E c o n o m i c C r i m e I n s ti t u t e , U t i c a
9.00am – 10.00am
                           Coll ege, New Y ork, USA
                        -  Professor, Cri mi nal Justi ce Programs, U ti ca College, New Y ork,
                           USA


10.00am – 10.30am   M orni ng Refreshments


                    The Economic Crime Threat Environment
                      Mr Rob McCusker
10.30am – 11.30am
                        -  T r a n s n a t i o n a l C r i m e Ad v i s e r , T h e Au s t r a l i a n I n s t i t u t e o f
                           Cri mi nol ogy


                    Obtaining Evidence of Fraud in Asia
                     Mr John McFarland, CFE
11.30am – 12.30pm
                       -   As s o c i a t i o n o f C e r t i f i e d F r a u d E x a m i n e r s ( AC F E ) , M e l b o u r n e ,
                           Au s t r a l i a


12.30pm – 1.30pm    N e tw o r k i n g L u n c h e o n


                    Forensic Auditing in Contract & Procurement
1.30pm – 2.30pm       Mr Petrus Gi mbad
                        -  Executi ve Di rector, Ernst & Y oung M alaysi a


                    Enterprise Risk Management
                      Mr Carl Rajendram, CFE
2.30pm – 3.30pm
                        -   T r a i n i n g D i r e c t o r , As s o c i a t i o n o f C e r t i f i e d F r a u d E x a m i n e r s
                            ( AC F E ) , M a l a y s i a C h a p t e r


3.30pm – 4.00pm     Af t e r n o o n R e f r e s h m e n t s


                    Investigating Bribery & Corruption in Malaysia : The Challenges
                      M s H a j j a h Az n i H a m z a h
4.00pm – 5.00pm
                        -    Head, Corporate I ntegri ty Devel o pment Center, Anti -
                             C o r r u p t i o n Ag e n c y ( AC A ) M a l a y s i a


                    CLOSING ADDRESS:
5.00pm – 5.30pm
                               Y DH Tan Sri Haji I smail bin Haji Omar
                                Deputy Inspector General, Royal Malaysian Police


5.30pm              End of Conference




Benefits of the Conference
1. This conference draws together a unique network of recognized field experts from
   around the world to provide opportunities and enable industry players and academics
   to interact and exchange ideas.

2. A premier annual gathering of experts and professionals from the industry, both in the
   public and private sectors, who want to keep abreast of the latest developments and
   issues in the field of economic crime and who are serious in combating such crimes.

3. Enables industry professionals and corporate leaders to discuss approaches and
   strategies to combat the threat of economic crime intra-regionally and across borders.

4. Enables professionals to connect with field experts, resources, and the latest
   information to help them to stay competitive in this rapidly developing industry.

5. Speakers and panelists will address a wide range of issues that are relevant for those
   concerned with the prevention and control of economic crime and in particular, the
   funding of criminal organizations and the laundering of the proceeds of crime.

6. Through the forums, participants will be able to contribute to the discussions over issues
   of particular concern to them.

7. This conference will serve as a platform to showcase the latest cutting edge
   technology and products that can be used to counter economic crimes.

8. An opportunity to update participants on the latest views and technology related to
   economic crime.

9. Free participation in any one of the one-day Anti-Fraud Public Seminars organized by
   the Centre for Fraud Management, HELP University College.
   *(subject to terms and conditions) or

   10% discount on the fees for HELP University College’s upcoming Master of Economic
   Crime Management (the first program of its kind in the Asia Pacific).
   *(subject to terms and conditions)

   * For terms and conditions, please log on to the official conference website at
   http://www.help.edu.my




Who Should Attend
* Chairmen, Presidents & CEOs                *   Legal Practitioners
* Senior Management of companies             *   Law Enforcement Agents
  and corporations                           *   Public & Private Investigators
* Financial Investment Consultants           *   Financial Investigators
* Financial Directors & Managers             *   Academicians
* Senior Bankers                             *   Corporate Security Professionals
* Government Investigating &                 *   Insurance Agents
  Enforcement Agencies                       *   Accountants & Auditors
Distinguished Speakers’ Profiles
Mr Martin T Biegelman, CFE
Martin T Biegelman is the Director of the Financial Integrity Unit at Microsoft Corporation in
Redmond, WA, USA. He leads a worldwide fraud detection, investigation, and prevention program
based within the Internal Audit Division. Prior to joining Microsoft, he was the Director of Litigation
and Investigative Services in the Fraud Investigation Practice at BDO Seidman, LLP. He was also a
former federal law enforcement professional serving as a United States Postal Inspector. He is a
Certified Fraud Examiner as well as a Regent Emeritus and Fellow of the Association of Certified
Fraud Examiners (ACFE). He is a member of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and
an adjunct faculty member. Mr. Biegelman serves on the Board of Directors for the ACFE
Foundation, the Board of Advisors for the Economic Crime Institute at Utica College, and the
Accounting Advisory Board for the Department of Accounting and Law at the SUNY Albany School
of Business. Mr. Biegelman is a sought after speaker and instructor on white-collar crime, corruption,
security issues, fraud prevention and corporate compliance. His many publications include
Executive Roadmap to Fraud Prevention and Internal Control: Creating a Culture of Compliance
and Building a World-Class Compliance Program: Best Practices and Strategies for Success. Mr.
Biegelman has a Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and a Master’s degree in Public
Administration from Golden Gate University.

Tan Sri Dato’ Setia Ambrin bin Buang
Tan Sri Dato’ Setia Ambrin was appointed Auditor General of Malaysia in 2006 upon his retirement
from the Malaysian Civil Service where he served for over 35 years. Prior to this appointment, he
was the Secretary General of the Ministry of Education Malaysia (2001-2006). Tan Sri Dato’ Setia
Ambrin has a bachelor’s degree in Economics (with Honours) from the University of Malaya and a
Master in International Business from the University of South Carolina. His working career includes
experience in the Ministry of Trade and Industry (1971-1982) where he was Deputy Director of the
Small Scale Industries Division (1981-1982). He also served in the Malaysian Timber Industry Board
(1982-1987), and the National Institute of Public Administration (1987-1991). Tan Sri Dato’ Setia
Ambrin was also Minister for Economic Affairs and Deputy Head of Mission at the Malaysian Mission
in Tokyo (1992-1995). He was a Senior General Manager of Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Berhad (1995-1999) and State Secretary of the Selangor State Government from March 1999 to
September 2001.

YM Tunku Abdul Aziz Ibrahim
Tunku Aziz founded the Malaysian Chapter of Transparency International where he served as the
President until December 2004. In October 1997 he was elected to the international board of
Transparency International and in March 1998, he became the Vice-Chairman of the Board of
Directors of Transparency International. Tunku Aziz has written and spoken widely on corruption and
integrity both domestically and internationally. He is a member of the World Bank High Level
Advisory Group on Anti-Corruption in the East Asia and Pacific Region, and a member of the
Advisory Board of Global Public Policy Networks. He also serves as a member of the Asian Pacific
Advisory Panel on Good Urban Governance, and is a member of the Board of the International
Institute of Public Ethics. He is on the Global Advisory Council of Caux Roundtable. In February
2004, he was appointed a member of the Royal Commission inquiring into the police service.

Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Megat Najmuddin bin Datuk Seri Dr Hj Megat Khas
Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Megat is the President of the Federation of Public Listed Companies Berhad
(FPLC) and the Malaysian Institute of Corporate Governance (MICG). Beginning his career with
Citibank before moving on to legal practice, Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Megat Najmuddin is also an
accomplished politician, having been at the forefront of Malaysian politics from 1985 to 2001. He
was a member of the High Level Finance Committee of the Ministry of Finance and Capital Market
Advisory Council of the Securities Commission (CMAC). He was a member of the 2 nd National
Economic Consultative Council (NECC2) and the Central Bank’s Corporate Debt Restructuring
Committee (CDRC). He is now a member of the Disciplinary Committee of UMNO. He is also
active in the Institute of Integrity Malaysia (IIM), Transparency Institute of Malaysia (TIM), and an
Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Law, Universiti Utara Malaysia. He is also an Advisor to the
faculties of Business Administration and Accountancy at the University of Technology Mara and the
University of Malaya.

Mr Chong Shao Yen
Chong Shao Yen is an Executive Director with PricewaterhouseCoopers Malaysia specializing in
Dispute Analysis and Investigations. He has over 20 years of working experience in dispute analysis
and litigation support, special administrations, receivership, liquidations and corporate restructuring
in PwC offices in Melbourne, Auckland and Kuala Lumpur. Shao Yen is a Fellow of the Association
of Chartered Certified Accountants (United Kingdom) and a Member of the Malaysian Institute of
Accountants. Shao Yen has led his team through a range of sensitive and complex investigations
over the years in various industry sectors including finance, IT, multimedia, manufacturing,
construction, transport and freight. His wide industry experience also covers areas like investment
holding companies, plantations, manufacturing, trading, printing, construction, co-operative
societies, timber downstream and heavy equipment, and oil and gas supply base.


Professor George E Curtis
Dr George E Curtis is the Professor of Criminal Justice and Acting Executive Director of the
Economic Crime Institute at Utica College, Utica, NY, USA. He holds a BA from Syracuse University
and received a JD degree from Brooklyn Law School before being admitted to the Bar of the State
of New York in 1968. Dr Curtis is the co-author of a college text on Proactive Security Administration.
He is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and the Association’s Higher
Education Committee; ASIS International and its Economic Crime Council; the Association of
Certified Specialists; the Criminal Justice Educators Association of New York State, the Upstate New
York Computer Crime Coalition, and the Central New York Computer Crime Coalition. He recently
served as a member of the Technical Working Group on an NIJ-funded project to develop a
model curriculum in Fraud and Forensic Accounting. Dr Curtis is a frequent presenter at national
conferences and seminars. He is a Past-President of the Oneida County Bar Association and a past
delegate to the New York State Bar Association’s House of Delegates.

Mr Rob McCusker
Rob McCusker was the Transnational Crime Analyst at, and is now the Transnational Crime Adviser
to, the Australian Institute of Criminology where he continues to work on issues ranging from high
tech crime and human trafficking to money laundering and corruption, respectively. Within
Australia, Rob has worked with a number of agencies including the Australian Crime Commission,
the Australian Federal Police, the Australian High Tech Crime Centre and the Office of National
Assessments. Overseas, Rob has worked with the Specialist Crime Directorate of the Metropolitan
Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Under the auspices of McCusker Consulting Ltd,
Rob is currently consulting on behalf of the Australian Institute of Criminology with key government,
regulatory and law enforcement agencies in Europe and the United Kingdom on anti-money
laundering and counter-terrorist financing issues.

Mr John McFarland, CFE
John McFarland joined Hill & Associates in 2004 as General Manager in India, overseeing the
operations of the Mumbai office. In November 2004, John was appointed as Senior Vice President,
Business Intelligence and Integrity Risk of Hill & Associates, Greater China. Prior to joining Hill &
Associates, he worked at Ericsson Mobile Communications in Saudi Arabia as the Manager of
Fraud and Investigations; at Arthur Andersen as a Fraud Risk Manager; and with the Australian
Department of Defense (Fraud Investigation and Recovery Directorate of the Inspector General
Division) as a Deputy Director and Operations Manager. In addition, John has over 16 years of
experience in law enforcement having served with the New South Wales Crime Commission and
the Australian Federal Police where he managed investigations into organized crime, fraud, and
money laundering at state, federal, and international levels. John holds a Graduate Certificate in
Public Sector Management from Flinders University and has completed the AFP Management of
Serious Crime Course (MOSC). He has also attained an Advanced Diploma in Fraud Control and a
Credited Level 4 Certificate in Fraud Investigations. He is now the Country Manager for Singapore
and Malaysia.

Mr Petrus Gimbad
Petrus Gimbad is an Executive Director of Ernst & Young Malaysia. He is one of the practice leaders
of the AABS Advisory Services of the firm and also holds the post of Ernst & Young’s AABS Advisory
Quality Coordinator for the Far East. Petrus is a Chartered Accountant of the Malaysian Institute of
Accountants, a Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants, and is also an
Associate Member of the Certified Fraud Examiners. He also has a Certificate in Quality Assurance
from the Institute of Internal Auditors, and has Master’s degrees in Business Administration and
Advanced Business Practice (University of South Australia). Petrus has been in Ernst & Young for over
20 years. Prior to that he was an accountant for seven years with an oil and gas group.

Mr Carl Rajendram, CFE
Carl Rajendram is the Chief Executive Officer of ISM Insurance Services Malaysia Ltd. Carl has a
bachelors degree (Hons) in Actuarial Science and is a Chartered Insurance Practitioner (UK). He
also completed a Certificate in Takaful Practice in 1996. In 2005, Carl became the first Certified
Fraud Examiner (CFE) from the insurance industry in Malaysia. Recently, Carl successfully
completed the prestigious Project Management Professional examination, a culmination of his 15
years of industry experience. At ISM, Carl together with the ISM team has built a world class
infrastructure for industry business intelligence and shared services. ISM currently manages some of
the most comprehensive and credible databases in the region and the number of databases
continues to grow as the ISM Database and Information Management System allows for additional
databases to be added at very efficient incremental cost. Carl has had numerous speaking and
training engagements in Malaysia and abroad on topics ranging from knowledge management,
enterprise risk management, insurance fraud and information technology.




Ms Hajjah Azni Hamzah
Hajjah Azni Hamzah has been the Head of the Corporate Integrity Development Center in the Anti-
Corruption Agency (ACA) Malaysia with the rank of Deputy Commissioner since January 2008.
Before this, she was seconded to Telekom Malaysia Bhd as the General Manager of the Special
Affairs Unit for 3 years (2005-2007) to tackle fraud and corruption within this private organization
which is also a Government-Linked Company (GLC). Azni has served in the ACA for 30 years with
several senior positions, including Director of State for Selangor and Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala
Lumpur. She was also previously the ACA Director of the Prevention and Education Division and
Director of the Corporate Division. Her responsibilities in these two divisions were in the areas of
policy and planning in combating corruption through prevention and awareness programs by the
ACA. Her secondment to Telekom Malaysia helped her gain experience to carry out investigations
internationally as the TM Group is a global player in the telecommunication industry with both local
and international interests. In addition to investigations, she has given numerous talks and lectures
in the areas of fraud and corruption extensively for the past 30 years. Azni holds a BA (Hons) in
Geography from the University of Malaya. Her areas of specialization include fraud investigations,
fraud control reviews, strategic fraud management planning, and implementation of fraud plans.




Contact Information
Assistance with conference registration and further information in regards to sponsorship and
exhibition opportunities:

Mr Akhbar Haji Satar, CFE                                 Ms Asha Nair
Telephone: +60 (3) 6201 5011/5012                         Telephone: +60 (3) 2099 3719 (direct line)
Mobile: +60 (17) 256 0811                                 Mobile: +60 (17) 331 1413
Email: akhbar.satar@gmail.com                             Email: ashanc@help.edu.my

Mr Dhanesh Balakrishnan                                   Ms Lee Lai Mey/ Mr Ahmad Radin
Telephone: +60 (3) 2099 3767 (direct line)                Telephone: +60 (3) 2094 2000 extension 2001/1825
Mobile: +60 (12) 293 7935                                 Fax: +60 (3) 2095 7100
Email: dhaneshb@help.edu.my                               Email: leelm@help.edu.my

Ms Juliet Chan
Telephone: +60 (3) 2099 2905 (direct line)
Email: chanjq@help.edu.my


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                                                                                      HOW TO REGISTER
                                                                  Please send your completed registration form and payment to:

                                                                  Centre For Fraud Management, HELP University College,
                                                                  BZ-2, Pusat Bandar Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur,
                                                                  MALAYSIA.

                                                                  Contact Person: Ms Lee Lai Mey
                                                                  Email: fraudmanagement@help.edu.my
                                                                  Tel: +60 (3) 2094 2000 extension 2001
                                                                  Fax: +60 (3) 2094 7495

                                                                  Booking Conditions:
                                                                  1. Registration will be confirmed upon receipt of your completed
                                                                     registration form.
                                                                  2. Full payment, sent together with registration form, must be
                                                                     made before the date of the conference.
                                                                  3. If you are unable to attend the conference, a substitute delegate
                                                                     is welcome at no extra charge.
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                                                                     amount will remain payable in full.
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                                                                     read and accepted the terms and conditions.

Training Courses
White-Collar Crime
Corporate Fraud: Tackling the Problem from Inside and Out
This course focuses on the operational definition of corporate fraud, and the relationship between the size of
corporate fraud and its impact on business. This course will further discuss the typology of offences and the
understanding of the effects of corporate fraud on the business sector. In addition, tools to combat corporate
fraud by either law enforcement agencies or the industry itself will be identified.

Internal Fraud: Cost Examination
This course provides an overall cost of employee embezzlement for the corporate organisation. It also examines
the ways fraud is committed, warning signs of fraud and profiles of potential fraudsters. This course further
identifies the suggested defence system against internal fraud, ways to react when the perpetrator strikes, and
skills to select the most appropriate defence system for the organisation.

Business Crime
This course focuses on criminal, civil, and administrative courses of action concerning a variety of financial
wrongdoing: bank fraud, healthcare fraud, tax fraud, mail and wire fraud, RICO (Racketeer Influenced and
Corrupt Organisations), money laundering, fraud upon the government, environmental crimes, seizure of assets,
etc.

Money Laundering
This course examines the meaning of money laundering laws in Malaysia. The Anti-Money Laundering Act 2001
and related cases in Malaysia will also be discussed.


Fraud Detection, Investigation & Prevention
Introduction to Fraud Examination
This course is designed to provide managers, investigators and forensic accountants with an appreciation of
the extent and nature of fraudulent activity. Common methods to detect and prevent fraud in business are
studied. Fraudulent financial statements and the misappropriation of assets are considered.

Commercial Fraud Detection and Prevention: A New Perspective
This course introduces the policy in commercial crime prevention, the role of the corporate in commercial fraud
prevention, and the significance of working with the law enforcement agencies and other authorities/ministries.
This course also addresses the current trends in commercial fraud, the statistics and common methods of fraud,
modus operandi of syndicates, manipulation of the documentary and financial system, and techniques to
detect commercial fraud in everyday business operations.

Fraud Detection and Prevention: Implementing Framework to Safeguard Your Business
This course provides an overview of the extent of damage that fraud creates in the current business world. It
addresses different types of fraud and ways to identify “red flags.” Fraud prevention and detection strategies
are also discussed in this course.

Introduction to Forensic Accounting
This course examines the principles of accounting, the abuse and misuse of accounting procedures, and the
use of accounting in the investigation of commercial crime. In addition, strategies and tactics essential to the
fraud examination process will also be examined. This course further introduces the topics of financial
statement analysis, interpretation and scrutiny of financial records and documentation, trace techniques,
reporting irregularities, fraud examination approaches, legal rules and statutory construction pertinent to
accounting practices.

Combating Fraud and Financial Crimes in Malaysia
This course examines the methods of creating a unified critical infrastructure protection platform between
different industry sectors, the approaches for private sector and the public to work together to enforce critical
infrastructure protection, and the effectiveness of the coordination between the law enforcement and
government agencies in combating fraud and financial crimes in Malaysia. This course further discusses the
approach that Malaysia uses to protect itself from financial crimes, particularly those that are linked to
subversive international organisations (eg terrorist groups).



Contact Details
Centre for Fraud Management
HELP University College,
Level 11 (Penthouse), Wisma HELP, Jalan Dungun,
Damansara Heights, 50490 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Telephone: +60 (3) 2094 2000 ext.1801(Dhanesh)
Fax: +60 (3) 2094 7495

				
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