March 25 | 10:00–11:00 a.m. ET
COVID-19 has altered the risk landscape, creating greater susceptibility for fraud, corruption, and bribery. Economic hardships have increased temptation, new revenue streams have provided greater opportunity, and remote working has led to weakened controls. Organizations must implement, strengthen, and continuously monitor rigorous anti-bribery programs. A well-endowed internal audit function can provide assurance and advice on the design, implementation, and effectiveness of an organization’s anti-bribery program, while the governing body and management can focus on such things as tone at the top, values, policies, and procedures.
This session will analyze the accountability, actions, and assurance required to prevent, reduce, identify, and address fraud, bribery, and corruption by deliberating on the governance roles of the governing body, management, and internal audit as exemplified by The IIA’s Three Lines Model. CPE is not offered for this event.