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What you need to consider when a fraud and corruption event occurs with David Lehmann
‘Failing to plan is planning to fail.’ True of any endeavour, but especially so when dealing with an incident of fraud and corruption – particularly given the legal consequences of being unprepared.
Join the second instalment of our deep dive into Fraud & Corruption with PKF’s Integrity Principal, David Lehmann to find out: What you need to consider when a fraud and corruption event occurs.
If the response to an incident of fraud and corruption is not carefully considered, planned, and coordinated, councils could lose evidence, be unable to recover assets, and face litigation brought about by the inappropriate handling of a suspect employee.
PKF delivers a playbook for what to do as soon as you become aware of an incident of fraud and corruption. Learn how to safeguard whistleblowers, preserve evidence, and maintain confidentiality in this expert guide.
Anyone with responsibility for workplace integrity, including managers and officers in Integrity, Governance and Risk, Internal Audit, Finance and Legal.
Presented by: David Lehmann – Integrity Principal, PKF
With over 15 years' forensic investigation and risk advisory experience with one of the Big 4 and a fraud and corruption investigation background with law enforcement, David has extensive experience that spans much of the world.
A Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) with a Graduate Certificate in Fraud Investigation and an Advanced Diploma of Government (Fraud Control), David manages outsourced whistleblowing services, conducts fraud and corruption risk assessments and framework reviews, code of conduct reviews, integrity due diligence investigations, and best practice reviews of functional areas of government agencies.