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Combating bribery and corruption risks



The enhancements in technology and the digital provision of services have increased the exposure of public sector to fraud and corruption risks and this requires the organisations to be on vigil. 
Content description

In this webinar, Matthew and Barry will share insights on the exposure of public sector to bribery and corruption risks and how they can equip themselves to combat these risks. 

Learn from the experts why public sector organisations should be on vigil and how they can combat bribery and corruption risks. In this webinar, you will learn about:
  • The changing risk landscape and its impact on bribery and corruption risks
  • The need for robust control environment to combat these risks
  • Sources of digital evidences and how to secure these evidences
  • How public sector organisations can equip themselves to mitigate the corruption and bribery risks 

Learning outcomes

Upon satisfactory completion of this webinar, learners will be able to:

  • Explain bribery, facilitation payment, corruption and conflict of interest 
  • Identify the red flags that might highlight the corruption or bribery risks
  • Explain the New Zealand specific bribery and corruption risk factors
  • Outline the controls that can be implemented to mitigate the bribery risks
  • Understand the sources of digital evidences and how to secure these evidences

Benefits

Benefit from the practical insights and understand how public sector organisations can equip themselves to mitigate the bribery and corruption risks.
Matthew Preece, Senior Manager, KPMG NZ
Barry Foster, Director, Risk Advisory – Forensic, KPMG NZ

EVENT DETAILS


Topic: Audit & Assurance, Ethics & Integrity

Sub-Topic: Forensic Accounting, Governance, Internal Audit, Risk Management

Format: Recorded Webinar

Proficiency Level: Intermediate

CPD: Upto 1 hours