Contract and Procurement Fraud in the Oil & Gas Industry
Day and Time: 10/29/20, 9:00-10:00 AM CST
Advanced Preparation: None
Field of Study: Audit
Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based
Registration: No Fee
Procurement fraud within the oil and gas industry is on the rise. The various types of schemes are numerous; however, there are ways to detect and prevent them. Anastasia Nazarova will highlight how fraudsters are using the Procurement and Supply Chain departments to commit fraud. Anastasia will also be walking us through how a company's internal control breakdown led to a recent fraud case.
Some of the areas we will discuss include:
Recognizing the characteristics and common schemes of procurement fraud
Determining the appropriate measures to detect and prevent procurement schemes
Using a recent case study, analyzing what went wrong and the particular fraud was detected
After graduating from the UK University with First Class BSC (Hons) Degree in Management, Anastasia spent six years working in Internal Audit function of Gazprom Marketing & Trading company, as well as one year in their LNG & Shipping department. She now leads complex JV, finance, operational, and SOX audits for Chevron’s Corporate Audit department. She conducts these audits in the UK, Eurasia, and Africa. She is also a Co-Lead of the Chevron Fraud Subject Matter Expert team. Anastasia is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Certified Internal Auditor (CIA).
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