Fraud is an inherent risk in every organization. This insightful 90-minute session will cover common risks for fraud within nonprofits using real-life examples from recent cases. We will discuss effective controls that are easy to implement that can help prevent and detect potential fraud within your organization. You will obtain valuable information that you can implement right away to help protect your organization’s assets and reputation.
Presented by Angie Murdo and Jan Schweitzer: Angela (Angie) Murdo has been working in public accounting for over 21 years and is a Principal for Pinion. She is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, Montana Society of CPAs, and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Angie specializes audits, internal audits, compliance exams, fraud exams, and consulting work for private and non-profit entities. Jan is a Principal in our Missoula office and has over 27 years of extensive audit and financial reporting experience, including the performance and supervision of financial statement and compliance audits for nonprofit organizations. Drawing on her experience in fraud and forensic services, Jan goes beyond the basics and provides her clients with excellent feedback on enhancing internal controls.
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