Instructor: Peter Goldmann, CFE
If yours is like most organizations, it has well-crafted ethics policy as well, perhaps as formal compliance policy. These are important for building "corporate culture" of integrity and honesty. However, they generally do not go far enough when it comes to reducing the organization's risk of fraud. And fraud, after all, is among the most damaging threats to high standards of business integrity.
That's because most ethics and compliance policies address general aspects of employee behaviorincluding anti-discrimination, harassment, conflicts of interest and the necessity to adhere to all applicable regulations.