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May 2017
Chapter Members - $64 (+ HST) Non-chapter members - $72 (+ HST) ACFE

EMPLOYEE DISHONESTY AND THE ROLE OF ETHICS TRAINING

May 30 @ 5:30 pm - 7:15 pm
Royal Canadian Military Institute (RCMI),
426 University Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 1s9 Canada
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OVERVIEW Is the current state of ethics training meeting its intended mark? Explore what drives an employee to commit fraud and how, if at all, ethics training can have an effect. This session will look at the history of ethics training and what started the current ethics training movement. The session will also use case studies to offer a view beyond the dishonest employee and consider the ethics of the employee’s environment and the fraud examiner investigating the case. THE…

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April 2017
PRICE: EARLY REGISTRATION (UNTIL MARCH 17, 2017) MEMBER RATE: $249 + HST NON-MEMBER RATE: $279 + HST AFTER MARCH 17: MEMBER RATE: $269 + HST NON MEMBER RATE: $299 + HST

April 5, 2017 Conference: Fraud Investigation Technology – 2

April 5 @ 7:45 am - 4:30 pm
BMO Conference Centre,
3550 Pharmacy Avenue, Toronto, ON M1W3Z3 Canada
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March 2017
IIA Toronto Chapter Members - $65.00 (inc. HST) Non-Members - $77.00 (inc. HST) Students – Free If A Valid Student ID Card Is Presented At Event

LEAN SIX SIGMA TOOLS FOR INTERNAL AUDITORS

March 22 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
The Albany Club ,
91 King Street East, Toronto, ON M5C 1G3 Canada
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Session Overview Organizations in every sector face challenges around using resources in an efficient and effective way. Internal auditors have a key role to play in supporting their organizations to do this, and provide guidance as to how processes and controls can be enhanced. Lean methodologies were originally used in car manufacturing processes where the aim is to minimize waste and to maximize quality. These same methodologies can be applied to many different processes across all organizations in order to…

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February 2017
COST IIA Toronto Chapter Members - $65.00 (inc. HST) Non-Members - $77.00 (inc. HST) Students – Free If A Valid Student ID Card Is Presented At Event

FS SERIES COORDINATING ASSURANCE ACROSS THE 3 LINES OF DEFENSE

February 15 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
The Albany Club ,
91 King Street East, Toronto, ON M5C 1G3 Canada
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Session Overview The implementation of a consistent and “true” 3 lines of defense model has been a challenge for several organizations. Lack of role clarity, lack of formal structure and coordination across lines of defense can result in audit fatigue for the line Managers, inconsistent reporting, coverage gaps and risk exposures and lack of overall trust in and support for the risk and control functions in their role to enhance risk management effectiveness. The recent focus on emerging risks, the…

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January 2017
Chapter Members - $64 (inc. HST) Non-chapter members - $72 (inc. HST)

“DEFENDING YOUR DIGITAL DATA”

January 24 @ 5:30 pm - 7:15 pm
Royal Canadian Military Institute (RCMI),
426 University Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 1s9 Canada
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OVERVIEW Companies have tremendous motivation to protect their digital data, but what about the average person? As the Internet becomes more pervasive, we all become more vulnerable to hacks and viruses—but the good news is we have many ways to safeguard our personal information. As fraud investigators, you are often looking out for the welfare of your clients and others, but are you applying the same level of safeguards to your personal life. Join us as Ryan Duquette demonstrates some…

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IIA Toronto Chapter Members - $65.00 (inc. HST) Non-Members - $77.00 (inc. HST) Students – Free If A Valid Student ID Card Is Presented At Event

“KEY TRENDS IN INTERNAL AUDITS”

January 17 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
The Albany Club,
91 King Street East, Toronto, ON M5C 1G3 Canada
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Session Overview Changes in technology have resulted in a transformation of how organizations conduct business. The Internal Audit department has to meet this challenge by constantly staying abreast of the various risks facing the organization and embracing its role as a lookout; warning and assisting the organization to prepare for the disaster ahead. Some of the key trends in risk that the internal audit department should consider are summarized below and will be covered in this seminar. Vendor Risk Management…

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November 20162016
IIA Toronto Chapter Members - $59 (inc. HST) Non-Members - $70 (inc. HST) Students – Free If A Valid Student ID Card Is Presented At Event

“FRAUD ANALYTICS FOR AUDITORS”

November 16, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
The Albany Club,
91 King Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5C 1G3 Canada
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Session Objective The future for IA and forensic accounting practitioners will be revolutionized by ‘big data’ and how that data can be used to identify potential fraud risk and other risks (i.e. bribery and corruption) that need to be addressed by internal controls and may need to be investigated. For example, Accounts Payable data analytics can identify high risk vendors and/or contracts that should be included in an Internal Audit and/or Vendor Audit program.  A comparison of vendors to employees…

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CPIO – ACFE CYBERXCHANGE – CYBERCRIME & DIGITAL FORENSICS FORUM & AGM Tuesday November 15, 2016

November 15, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
BMO Conference Centre,
3550 Pharmacy Avenue, Toronto, ON M1W3Z3 Canada
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CYBERXCHANGE Brochure  

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IIA Toronto Chapter Members - $95.00 (Plus HST) Non-Members - $110.00 (Plus HST) Students – Free If A Valid Student ID Card Is Presented At Event – Limit in Effect – Pre-Registration Is Required

“PREPARING FOR 2017: WHAT TO CONSIDER FOR PLANNING & REPORTING”

November 8, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Holiday Inn,
200 Holiday Inn Drive, Cambridge, ON N3C 1Z4 Canada
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Overview Successful audit planning should be more than an exercise in resource allocations. There is heightened emphasis on alignment with strategic goals, the need for careful consideration of emerging risks, all while balancing the need of stakeholders in an ever-changing business landscape and unpredictable economic environment.  This session will begin with practical advice and answers to the following questions: -          How can the plan be linked to the organization’s strategic goals and ERM? -          What emerging risk and issues should…

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October 2016
Chapter Members - $64 (inc. HST) Non-chapter members - $72 (inc. HST)

October 25th Dinner Meeting: “Where Have All The Fraudsters Gone?”

October 25, 2016 @ 5:30 pm - 7:15 pm
Royal Canadian Military Institute (RCMI),
426 University Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 1s9 Canada
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Ross will review a liquor stealing case, an abuse of authority termination, theft of time and the Muffin man, leaving you with something to chew on. He will examine employer goal setting and how it drives information collection, interview strategies and employer reactions. Often, criminal conviction is not relevant. From a lawyer’s perspective, he will answer the question, what is the fraud examiner supposed to do? THE PRESENTER Ross Dunsmore has been advising employers and litigating the termination of bad…

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