Last month, accountingcpd.net's author John Taylor wrote us a course, Preventing Financial Crime. This course is another great addition to our Accounting and Governance topic.
In recent years, corruption scandals have hit the headlines all around the world, and in spite of tougher legislation not that much has changed in recent years. Corporate corruption is arguably today's greatest unmanaged commercial risks and many organisations are not taking those risks seriously enough to make prevention integral to their business strategies.
John's course looks at the processes involved in creating a workable financial crime prevention programme which can be used by all types and sizes of organisation. It considers what acceptable moral and ethical behaviour is and shows how to create a strong corporate governance regime regulating the activities of the organisation.