Internal Structures: Identifying and Dealing with Red Flags
Day and Time: 10/29/20, 8:00-9:00 AM CST
Advanced Preparation: None
Field of Study: Audit
Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based
Registration: No Fee
Identifying employee misconduct before it leads to a culture of "skirting the rules" is critical for the good reputation of any organization. Employees and management need to have robust systems in place to deal with allegations of misconduct.
Identification of red flags for corruption and bribery;
Understanding what tools and practices are available to investigate the red flags;
Identification of who should lead an internal investigation; and
Identification of which allegations should be reported.
University of Ottawa
Mr. Tassé is an investigative and forensic accountant, who has experience as an independent special advisor to various board chairs and CEOs of corporations and organizations, on "high profile and sensitive cases” related to alleged corruption, fraud, financial misconduct, and breach of fiduciary duty.
An award-winning lecturer at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law and in the Executive MBA program at the Telfer School of Management, he delivers presentations at the Harvard Institute for Learning in Retirement. A sought-after media commentator, Mr. Tassé has been published extensively and quoted in various prestigious publications such as The Wall Street Journal.
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