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									                    Fraud & Corruption Africa
                        Summit 2011
                  14th – 18th March 2011
    The Vineyard Hotel & Spa - Cape Town, South Africa
    Governance, Transparency, Political Will & Leadership: Cracking Down On Fraud,
            Corruption & Financial Irregularities in Government & Business

MIS Training Institute is delighted to announce that the inaugural Fraud & Corruption Africa Summit, that will take place
on 14th – 18th March 2011 in Cape Town South Africa. An unrivalled international speaker panel of senior practitioners
and experts from businesses and governments from across the globe will convene in Cape Town to share successes,
challenges and lessons learned from managing recent projects and cases involving fraud and corruption with a truly pan-
African audience. In addition to the multi-national and regional business community, this summit series enjoys the support
and participation of prominent government departments, anti-corruption commissions and the international community
working in the fraud prevention and anti-corruption arena. The event is supported by the audit, governance and anti-
corruption community at large, including cross sector business groups and well-established associations from across Africa,
Europe and the Middle East with whom MIS has long standing relationships, for example: various chapters of the: Institute of
Internal Auditors; Institute of Information Systems Audit and Control Association & the Association of Certified Fraud
Examiners, International Accounting Bodies, National Audit Agencies, National Banking Associations...

TESTIMONIALS FROM MIS’ RECENT FRAUD & CORRUPTION AFRICA SUMMIT – DURBAN 2010
 “MIS is the leader training institution for strategies for the fight against corruption in the African continents, encouragin g Africans
  to find African solutions to corruption” - Auditor General (State), Office of the Auditor-General, Kano State, Nigeria
 “This conference is essential for all modern managers who want to b e proactive, efficient and effective” –Head of Internal
  Audit, NNPC Nigeria
 “The conference is among the best conferences in the world, not worthy missing it” - Chief Internal Auditor, Parastatal
  Pensions Fund, Tanzania
 “The conference was intellectually and professionally rejuvenating, it repositioned my mindset and really enhanced my auditin g
  skills. To sum it all, I am professionally b orn again!” - Audit Manager, National Pension Scheme Authority, Zambia
 Dormant knowledge is degenerative. Attend such a conference to activate & practicalise your knowledge" - Accountant
  General, Office of the Accountant General, Ministry of Finance, Kano State, Nigeria
 “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 b oard. An eye-opener!” - Chief Internal Auditor, National Social Security Fund,
  Tanzania
 “Very engaging, not a dull moment!” - Head of Tax Investigations, Fe deral Inland Revenue Services, Nigeria
 “You missed a lot b y 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 glob e” - Head of Procurement,
  Zanaco Bank PLC

CONFIRMED INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER PANEL FOR CAPE TOWN 2011 ALREADY INCLUDES…
    Mr. Clifford Collings, Head of Anti-corruption and Security, South African Re venue Services (SARS) – South Africa
    Mr. Itumeleng Mongale, Director, Anti-Corruption, Department of Public Service and Administration – South Africa
    Mr. Shamseldeen Babatunde Ogunjimi, Federal Ministry of Police Affairs – Nigeria
    Mr. Ludovick S.L. Utouh, Controller and Auditor General, National Audit Office - Tanzania
    Ms. Ursula M'Crystal, Global Head: Financial Crime Intelligence - Financial Crime Control, Standard Bank – South Africa
    Mr. Melvin Yogolingam, Head of Commercial Crime Forensic Unit, First National Bank– South Africa
    Mr. Simon Scales, Director Global Investigations, TNT Express - UK
    Mr. Ruben Naiker, CFE, General Manager-Forensics, South African Broadcasting Corporation Limited – South Africa
    Lady Olga Maitland, CEO, Money Transfer International & Founder, Defence & Security Forum & Special Advisor to the
     President and Government of Equatorial Guinea – UK
    Mr. Graham Joscelyne, Former Auditor General, World Bank - USA
    Mr. Kersi F. Porbunderwalla, Managing Partner, GRCControllers – Denmark
    Ms. Joyce Drummond-Hill, Head of Audit and Corporate Assurance, National Offender Management Service, an Agenc y of
     the Ministry of Justice (including Prisons and Probation) – UK
    Mr. Stefan Grobler, Mentor: Training Programme, Special Investigating Unit (SIU) – South Africa (prov.)
    Ms. Sabine Zindera, Vice President, Siemens AG, Corporate Legal and Compliance – Germany (prov.)
 Ms. Odell Guyton, Glob al Compliance Officer, Microsoft - USA(prov.)
 Mr. Thabo Mmopiemang, Superintendent – Investigations, Debswana Diamond Company – Botswana (prov.)
 Mr. Paul Malone, Assistant Commissioner - Integrity Assurance Branch, Australian Taxation Office – Australia (prov.)

AGENDA AT A GLANCE…
Day 1   Strategic Approach to Fighting Corruption in Africa : Current Landscapes, Emerging Trends, Ethics & Governance
        of Public Financial Management
Day 2   Detection, Investigation & Prevention of Fraud, Corruption & Financial Crime
Day 3   Fraud & Security: Illicit Trade, Counterfeit & Asset Protection in Africa
Day 4   Managing Fraud & Corruption Risk ; Cyber Crime Challenges; Fraud Forensics, Evidence & Recovery
Day 5   Fraud & Anti-Corruption Thought-Leadership & Think Tank - Roundtable Discussions - Public Sector Break-out

KEY OBJECTIVES OF THE FRAUD & CORRUPTION AFRICA SUMMIT…
 Support professionals and officials working in Africa to implement their commitments addressing corruption, governance
  challenges and trans-boundary crime and to build constituencies for anti-corruption reform
 Reduce opportunities for corruption, fraud and financial crime within the business community through education
 Facilitate dedicated global networking for like-minded peers from over 25 different countries to build trust based relations
  and to encourage future collaborations across Africa
 Benchmark successful implementation of new methodologies and best practices in audit and corporate governance
 Share experiences and proven strategies and action plans for tackling corruption via international case studies and
  keynotes from across Africa and internationally
 Inspire via high profile keynotes, lively panel debates, focused streams, hands on workshops, scenario planning –
  practical action plans
 Promote good governance and increase awareness around corporate social responsibility in combating corruption

RECENT FRAUD & CORRUPTION SUMMITS HAVE                               -   Uganda (July 2009)
BEEN HELD IN…                                                        -   London (March 2010)
- Mombasa, Kenya (July 2006)                                         -   Durban (August 2010)
- Copenhagen (March 2007)                                            -   Dubai (January 2011) – upcoming
- Zanzibar (July 2007)                                               -   Cape Town (March 2011) – upcoming
- Stockholm (March 2008)                                             -   Copenhagen (April 2011) – upcoming
- Accra (July 2008)
- Brussels (March 2009)

Draft Agenda:


Day 1 – Monday 14 th March 2011
Strategic Approach to Fighting Corruption in Africa: Landscapes, Emerging
Trends, Ethics & Governance of Public Financial Management
1.   PROTECTING THE PUBLIC PURSE: ELIMINATING FRAUD & INVESTIGATINGTHE MISAPPROPRIATION OF PUBLIC
     FUNDS KEYNOTE
     How can we practically stamp out corruption in Africa?
     Fraud governance in Africa for public financial management & transparency

2.   CORRUPTION RISK MANAGEMENT KEY C ASE STUD Y
     Mr. Clifford Collings, Head of Anti-corruption and Security, South African Re venue Services (SARS) – South Africa

3.   ASSURING INTEGRITY & TRANSPARENCY: THE CEO / CFO VIEW - KEYNOTE
     Presentation by a CEO/ CFO who has been advised by internal audit in implementing a process of polices to prevent fraud.

4.   SUPPORTING EFFICIENT & SUSTAINABLE PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT TO FIGHT CORRUPTION KEYNOTE
     Promoting good governance in Africa, regionally & internationally
     Ensuring transparency, accountability & sound financial controls in the management of government finances
     Developing talent to grow professional capability
     Audit‟s critical role in furthering transparency within business & government sectors
     What constitutes a best-class National Audit Office?
     Mr. Ludovick S.L. Utouh, Controller and Auditor General, National Audit Office – Tanzania

5.   ROOTING OUT CORRUPTION: KEY DEVELOPMENTS IN ANTI-CORRUPTION & BRIBERY TO ENHANCE
     TRANSPARENCY IN PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTORS PANEL
      What constitutional frameworks & legal frameworks are required to strengthen integrity & fight against ML/TF?
      Key international developments in anti-corruption & bribery: What are the implications for Africa?
      The impact of the new UK Bribery Bill internationally; the first round of country reviews under the UN Convention Against
       Corruption; results from Transparency International, FATF recommendations
      Monitoring of politically exposed persons (PEPs)
      Should senior political & public figures submit to 'lifestyle audits' & make the results public?
      Anti-corruption as an effective CSR tool
      Public-Private Partners for anti-corruption actions & transparency in business
      Public-Private partnerships: regional anti-corruption & crime commissions - what needs to happen in Africa?
     Chaired by: Lady Olga Maitland, CEO, Mone y Transfer International & Founder, Defence & Security Forum & Special
     Advisor to the President and Government of Equatorial Guinea – UK
     Keynote Panellists : Mr. Ludovick S.L. Utouh, Controller and Auditor General, National Audit Office – Tanzania;
     Mr. Clifford Collings, Head of Anti-corruption and Security, South African Re venue Services (SARS) – South Africa

6.   PROACTIVE INITIATIVES FOR FINANCIAL CRIME PREVENTION & CONTROL KEY C ASE STUDY
      Unpacking the concept of “financial crime control”
      Managing financial crime across business units, products & services
      Considering the global trends of financial crime & its impact on your business in va rious jurisdictions
      Identifying internal & external intelligence sources that can be used to prevent / investigate / report financial crime
      Identification & management of the internal threats posed by financial crime
     Ms. Ursula M'Crystal, Global Head: Financial Crime Intelligence - Financial Crime Control, Standard Bank – South Africa

7.   INTEGRATING FRAUD, AUDIT, RISK MANAGEMENT & ASSURANCE TO PROVIDE A BETTER SERVICE TO
     MANAGEMENT KEY C ASE STUD Y
      Fraud risk assessments – & where they sit within the overall ris k management framework
      Developing & implementing Anti-Fraud Strategies
      Implementing a co-ordinated internal approach
      Skills & resource needs
      Best practice for raising fraud awareness
      Effective reporting & assurance framework
     Ms. Joyce Drummond-Hill, Head of Audit and Corporate Assurance, National Offender Management Service, an Agenc y of
     the Ministry of Justice (including Prisons and Probation) - UK

8.   FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS: REPORTING SUSPICIOUS TRANSACTIONS, CYBER FRAUD, RISK, REWARD &
     TRANSPARENCY WITHIN THE FINANCIAL SERVICES PANEL
      Improving suspicious transaction reporting strategies
      How financial institutions can fight against fraudulent & corrupt customers
      How can one hide stolen money in the world's financial markets?
      Audit challenges on anti-money laundering & combating terrorist financing
      Initiatives to improve banks' fraud detection systems
      Educating customers
      PCI compliance initiatives in Africa
      What are the main constraints that hinder banks?
      Risk management & Basel Committee learning points
      Insider trading & market abuse
      How can banks re-engage confidence?
     Panellists: Mr. Melvin Yogolingam, Head of Commercial Crime Forensic Unit, FNB Branch Banking Operations & Risk
     Support – South Africa; Ms. Ursula M'Crystal, Global Head: Financial Crime Intelligence - Financial Crime Control, Standard
     Bank – South Africa

9.   FRAUD & CORRUPTION IN PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
      IA understanding knowledge of the business risks
      Monitoring reviewing outputs & outcomes of IA
      General Budget Support – most African countries are moving towards this
      Progressing how AC measures internal audit response to financial crime – reporting strategy plan
      Measuring whether leadership is strong & committed
      Leadership & vision to bring about transformation
     Led by: Mr. Graham Joscelyne, Former Auditor General, World Bank - U.S.

10. TOP 10 FEATURES TO CREATE AN EFFECTIVE MULTI-CULTURAL ETHICS POLICIES & SETTING UP HOTLINES TO
    STAVE OFF FINANCIAL IRREGULARITIES PANEL
     What is the influence of launching fraud hotlines on the organisational culture?
     A regional or international response to governance & ethics?
     Role of professional bodies in corporate governance
     Boards of directors - the intrusion of anti-corporate governance issues
     Balance between disclosure, compliance & performance to stave off financial irregularities
     Would you withdraw from places in the world where the risk of corruption is deemed too high?
     Dealing with whistleblowers, other informants & witnesses

11. SECURITY, FRAUD & CORRUPTION DURING THE SOCCER WORLD CUP IN 2010: HOW READY WAS SOUTH AFRICA?
    SPECIAL KEYNOTE

12. CORRUPTION IN THE EXTRACTIVES INDUSTRY
     Tackling corruption from the design phase to development & projects
   When do we need multi-stakeholder processes?
   Securing Africa‟s fuel supply chain
   Security challenges for the petroleum industry
   Risk strategy for securing complex business operations
Day 2 – Tuesday 15 th March 2011
Detection, Investigation & Prevention of Fraud, Corruption & Financial Crime
1.   BRIBERY; KICKBACKS; THEFT & EMBEZZLEMENT

2.   MANAGING THE IMPACT OF LARGE INVESTIGATIONS GLOBALLY C ASE STUDY
     ADVANCED INVESTIGATIVE INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES
     WHERE DOES AN INVESTIGATIONS TEAM BELONG – SECURITY OR INTERNAL AUDIT OR SOMEWHERE ELSE?

3.   POLICING CORRUPTION PANEL
     Mr. Shamseldeen Babatunde Ogunjimi, Federal Ministry of Police Affairs – Nigeria

4.   ‘SPEND 1 TO SAVE 100’: THE SECRETS BEHIND RUNNING & ORCHESTRATING A SUCCESSFUL INTERNAL
     INVESTIGATION FACILITY WORKSHOP
     Fraud & corruption (whilst some argue is human nature) is hitting businesses like neve r before. No one should therefore be
     surprised when it surfaces, & this workshop will reveal to delegates the secrets behind running & orchestrating a successful
     internal investigation facility, capable for dealing with multiple incidents, both large & small in materiality. Those participating will
     see the benefits of skilled in-house capabilities, touching on evidential discovery, seizure, interviewing & when / where to bring in
     external associates to assist when needed. It will also touch on the need for "pro-activity before reactivity", wh y rules based
     frameworks need to become values based, & why diligence & pre -employment screening are vital. The theme of the session will
     concentrate on "Spend 1 to Save 100".
     Led by: Mr. Simon Scales, Director Glob al Investigations, TNT Express - UK

5.   REFOCUSING AUDIT IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION: LOYALTY, TRANSPARENCY & PROFESSIONALISM PANEL

6.   IF THERE ARE ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING MEASURES, WHERE ARE THE FRUITS OF CORRUPTION? CORRUPTION
     DEFINED WORKSHOP
      Why is it difficult to detect & prosecute
      What will the supplier pay for
      How do you want your bribe paid
      Money laundering defined
      Money laundering schemes
      Detection & reporting suspicious transactions
      Who must report money laundering
      How to safeguard your organisation
     Led by: Mr. Danie du Plessis, Director: Unit for Forensic Accounting, University of Pretoria – South Africa

7.   CORRUPTION IN PROCUREMENT: HOW MUCH DUE DILIGENCE IS ENOUGH? CONTRACT, PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY
     CHAIN RISKS PANEL
      Transparency governing how contracts for the delivery of goods & public services are awarded
      Establishing true beneficial ownership of partners & monitoring 3rd parties
      Facilitation payments - What is legal? How much diligence is enough?
      Instilling ethics into government & business
      Due diligence for establishing political affiliations & connections
      Controlling funds sent to partners & internal controls within the agencies
      How does the government view a client‟s intention to do business in a given country?
      Understanding your organisation‟s vulnerabilities & prevention & control methods

8.   RISK REPORTING ON FRAUD & DEVELOPING CONTROL MATRICES

9.   INVESTIGATING FRAUD & MISMANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES

10. HOW DO CORRUPT RULERS HIDE STOLEN MONEY IN THE WORLD’S FINANCIAL MARKETS?

11. THE INTERNAL THREAT: RED FLAGS IN EMPLOYEE BEHAVIOURS & HOW TO SCREEN EMPLOYEES

12. 10 WAYS TO ASSESS THE COUNTRY RISK IN COUNTRIES YOU OPERATE

13. EMERGING HIGH RISK AREAS FOR PREVENTING FRAUD & CORRUPTION C ASE STUD Y

14. DETECTING & REPORTING SUSPICIOUS TRANSACTIONS ASSOCIATED WITH BRIBERY KEY C ASE STUDY

15. KEY INDICATORS IN FRAUD THROUGH DATA MINING
Day 3 – Wednesday 16 th March 2011
Fraud & Security: Due Diligence, Illicit Trade, Counterfeit & Brand Protection
1.   FIGHTING ILLICIT TRADE IN AFRICA KEY CASE STUDY
      What are the threats that a global business can face?
      From illegal sales, smuggling & counterfeiting to military conflict & terrorism
      Investigations
      Liaising with local law enforcement and other security providers

2.   COUNTERFEIT AUDIT & SECURITY CONTROLS FOR BRAND PROTECTION & TO STEM COUNTERFEIT IN AFRICA KEY
     CASE STUD Y
      Anti-counterfeiting: managing internal resources & some practical things you can do
      Ensuring the protection & visibility of the supply chain
      Anticipating the market for parallels in your budget
      Decreasing the transitions in your supply chain which allow for counterfeit infiltration
      Preventing counterfeiting with a proactive approach to application & registration
      Anticipating loopholes to prevent future litigation
      Cross-border coordination to combat diversion & counterfeiting

3.   AUDITING SERIOUS BUSINESS CRIME RISKS IN DIFFICULT REGIONS & ENVIRONMENTS PANEL
      Monitoring & analysis of illicit trade activities
      Emerging problematic regions
      Safely outsourcing functions to regions like China
      Preserving reputation & brand integrity
      Disrupting organised criminal enterprises
      Key implications for securing the supply chain & dealing with business partners
      Emerging trends in intellectual property crime, counterfeiting & loss prevention
     Chaired by: Simon Scales, Director Glob al Investigations, TNT Express

4.   THE INTERNAL THREAT: SCREENING EMPLOYEES

5.   LINKING CORRUPTION, FINANCIAL CRIME & TERRORISM: BUILDING CAPACITY TO DISRUPT TERRORIST ACTIVITIES
     PANEL
      How can law enforcement & government policy assist businesses?
      Intelligent information sharing: how should that information be protected – is there a cross border solution?
      What are Africa‟s current & future security challenges: various country perspectives
      Public-Private & international co-operations & approaches against terrorism
      Planning for civil emergencies & building resilience
      Facing the terrorist threat: a public / private partnerships framework – international approach
      Intelligence sharing & forging links between the public & private sectors & between nations
      Building risk into the core business strategy
      Security & risk management – where does it fit in audit

6.   SECURITY STRATEGY FOR MANAGING PHYSICAL THREATS TO STAFF PANEL
     Integrating security with business process & local knowledge & intelligence is particularl y important in order to ensure that security
     acts as an enabler for the work to be done.
      Where in the world are you most at risk?
      Assessing changing threat conditions, new political risks, & developing local intelligence networks
      The threat of terrorism on the business
      How to manage the reality of a kidnap
      Managing threats of kidnapping & extortion
      Negotiating ransoms & payment terms
      Post release trauma
      What are the factors that will decrease the likelihood of becoming a victim?
      What to do when notified of an actual or potential incident?
      „Due diligence” in matters of incident prevention & crisis management

7.   LOSS PREVENTION THROUGH FRAUDULENT ACTIVITIES
Day 4 – Thursday 17 th March 2011
Managing Fraud & Corruption Risk; Cyber Crime Challenges; Fraud Forensics,
Evidence & Recovery
1.   FRAUD FINANCIALSTATEM ENTFORENSICS & WHEN & WHERE TO USE FORENSIC SERVICES TO PROGRESS THE
     INVESTIGATION
     Mr. Melvin Yogolingam, Head of Commercial Crime Forensic Unit, FNB Branch Banking Operations & Risk Support – South
     Africa (EXACT PRESENTATION TITLE TO BE CONFIRMED)

2.   CYBER-FRAUD , PCI COMPLIANCE & ADVANCE FEE FRAUD

3.   PLEASE SELECT YOUR PREFERRED PRACTICAL WORKSHOP:

      HANDLING A CRIME SCENE: TOOLS, BUILDING BLOCKS            FRAUD & CORRUPTION RISKABILITY WORKSHOP B
      & INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES WORKSHOP A                      Mr. Kersi F. Porbunderwalla, Managing Partner,
      Led by: Mr. Ruben Naiker, CFE, General Manager-           GRCControllers – Denmark
      Forensics, South African Broadcasting Corporation         Frank Hailstones, UK
      Limited – South Africa
       Positioning data: what is possible & obtaining data
       Financial forensics process & procedures
       Incident Response, evidence handling
       Latest forensic & data analysis tools for auditors
       Selecting your technology partners carefully

4.   LEGAL ASPECTS OF INVESTIGATION, ENFORCEMENT & RECOVERY LEGAL PANEL

5.   COLLECTING EVIDENCE OF CORRUPTION IN INVESTIGATIONS

6.   MEDIA & CRISIS MANAGEMENT

7.   FRAUD & CORRUPTION IN ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS

8.   SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING FOR SUSTAINABILITY

9.   ENFORCEMENT, RECOVERY & ASSET TRACING TRENDS & IMPLICATIONS

10. PRESERVING REPUTATION & MANAGING PROFILE AFTER AN INCIDENT
Day 5 – Friday 18th March 2011
Fraud & Corruption Thought-Leadership Roundtable
Timings : 08 :30 Coffee ; 09:00 Start of Roundtable ; 10:30 Break; 12:30 Lunch; 14:45 Close of Roundtable

The Fraud & Corruption Thought-Leadership Roundtable is the unrivalled benchmarking forum for open & interactive discussion on
the hottest & most critical challenges in tacking fraud, corruption and financial crime. It is the ultimate chance to gain inspiration &
insights from experts & peers – held under The Chatham House Rule. The Roundtable is the best place for heads of audit, anti-
corruption and fraud prevention from all corners of the world to discuss key challenges & strategy with peers to develop team expertise
& professional skills, as well as to advance debate & approaches for the fraud prevention & anti-corruption community at large. The
focus is on roundtable discussions & group work, with sessions facilitated by established practitioners. You will meet & benchmark with
professionals who face a similar set of challenges as you in a „hands on‟, proactive & inspirational environment.

Held Under The Chatham House Rule - No press are permitted. The entire session will be conducted as a „closed doo rs‟ session,
allowing participants to discuss real life information security incidents & benchmark proven & possible approaches.
Key topic areas of focus - will be determined by the input of participants beforehand & a briefing document will be distributed in
advance to allow participants to fully contribute in the honest sharing of ideas.
Interactive layout - the seating will be in true roundtable style – that is no PowerPoint slides will be used (flipcharts only) - to allow for
a more intimate, progressive & open exchange
Notes from the session – each session has a dedicated „note taker‟ who will write up discussion outlines & conclusions for distribution
to all roundtable attendees following the event.

1.   FRAUD & CORRUPTION IN PUBLIC SECTOR
2.   DEVELOPING THE RIGHT SKILLSETS TO TACKLE FRAUD & CORRUPTION
3.   RISK BASED APPROACH & STRESS MANAGEMENT FOR FRAUD, CORRUPTION & FINANCIAL CRIME
4.   ASSURANCE MAPPING FOR FRAUD & CORRUPTION
5.   HOW TO PUT MEASURE THE EFFECTIVNESS OF YOUR ANTI-CORRUPTION & FRAUD PREVENTION STRATEGY

								
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