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Fraud: Wirecard’s Missing $2 Billion & Airbus’s Massive Bribes

FRAUD: WIRECARD'S MISSING $2 BILLION & AIRBUS'S MASSIVE BRIBES

Cost Free
Presentation Length 1.0 hour

Recorded DateFebruary 24, 2021
CPE:Not available
(archived webinars do not offer CPE credits)
Subject AreaAuditing
Course LevelBasic
Course Description

Fraud Magazine listed Wirecard’s missing $2 billion and Airbus’s routine briberies as two of the most scandalous frauds of 2020, but while you have been busy facing the COVID-19 pandemic, you probably didn’t even realize (A) that frauds were committed in 2020 and (B) that Fraud Magazine is a thing. In this course, we will take a close look at these two cases to explore what could have been done to stop them.
 
Learning Objectives:


  • Identify the red flags of fraud exhibited by Wirecard and Airbus prior to and during their respective frauds

  • Recognize the common characteristics associated with fraudsters that were evident among those who perpetrated the Wirecard and Airbus frauds

  • Determine which internal controls could have helped prevent or detect the Wirecard and Airbus frauds

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Greg has established himself as a unique voice in the world of stand-up comedy. He’s shared the stage with many noted comedians. When he's not busy making people laugh, Greg works as a controller and general manager in Utah.

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Just because our jobs are boring doesn't mean our CPE has to be. Greg Kyte - who was included in Accounting Today's list of the Top 100 Most Influential People in the Accounting Profession - combines his expertise as a CPA with his 12 years of experience as a standup comedian to turn CPE on its head. He's created a unique and entertaining CPE experience that does not compromise on content. It's NASBA certified, it feels like you're at a comedy club, and the information sticks to your brain.