In the era of Industry 4.0, ultra-high efficiency production, and borderless commerce, supply-chain management is a vital strategic function.
Developed by SCMA in collaboration with BDO Canada, Leading Practices in Supply Chain: Supply Chain Fraud: The impact on organizations and mitigating exposure is a comprehensive guide to the most significant fraud-related issues—and strategies to manage them.
Join us on February 12 at our Supply Chain Fraud Webinar - Exclusively for SCMA members!
Learn from experts at this exclusive webinar based on the most significant fraud-related issues within supply chain management - and the strategies to manage them. The webinar will elaborate on themes from the collaborative report by SCMA and BDO Canada.
Date: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. (ET) - 9:00am (PT), 10:00am (MT), 11:00pm (CT), 1:00pm (AT), 1:30pm (NT)
Registration closes on Monday, February 11, 2019, at 12:00 p.m. (ET).
Alan Mak, FCPA, FCA, CBV, CPA/CFF (Illinois), FCPA (Hong Kong), CGMA, CFE
Alan is a partner and National Forensics Practice Leader in BDO's Toronto office, with nearly 20 years of professional experience providing forensic and litigation accounting services.
Alan has conducted forensic and litigation accounting assignments for clients in a wide range of industries, including banking, insurance, manufacturing, technology, agriculture, food and beverage, and many others. He has assisted a number of clients as an accounting expert with fraud investigations, economic loss quantification and accountants' standard of performance.
Chetan Sehgal, CPA, CA; IFA; CFF; CFI; CAMS
Chetan Sehgal is a Partner with BDO Canada. He has provided professional accounting services for over 14 years, specializing in forensic and investigative accounting and loss quantification since 2005. Chetan has extensive experience managing complex investigations and assessing damages in matters including: Breach of Contract, Class Action Proceeding, Stock Options Backdating, Financial Statement Manipulation, Shareholder Dispute, Intellectual Property Dispute, Ponzi Scheme, Insurance Fraud, Asset Misappropriation, Employee Wrongdoing, Investment Fraud, Voter Fraud, Bribery/Corruption, and Procurement Fraud.
Attend an event and learn from experts!
Look out for a schedule of events across the country that will include expert speakers who will build on the the findings of this comprehensive report on supply chain fraud. (Dates and locations to be announced.)
Earn your SCMA Certificate in Fraud
Exclusively for SCMPs, SCMA is providing SCMPs an opportunity to earn an SCMA Certificate in Fraud, as part of our Leading Practices in Supply Chain Series initiative. SCMPs who download the report, attend the webinar on February 12, attend an in-person event, and complete a multiple choice quiz will be eligible to obtain the certificate. Additional details about the process of qualifying for the certificate will be provided soon.
Download the report today and read about the most common supply-chain fraud schemes:
- FCPA/CFPOA violations
- Bid rigging
- Fraudulent billing
- Counterfeit goods
- Misappropriation of assets
- Cyber-security attacks
Also in the report, learn about precautions to mitigate the impact of fraud:
- Regular risk assessments
- Vendor due diligence
- Vendor and third-party agent reviews
- Employee training and remediation plans
- Cyber-security monitoring, detection, and response
Note: The webinar is exclusively for SCMA members. Not a member? Join SCMA today and enjoy the benefits of membership. Only SCMP designation holders are eligible for the SCMA Certificate in Fraud. Contact SCMA if you are interested in obtaining Canada’s most widely held supply chain designation.