Corruption is an ethical issue as Corruption hinders sustainable development and respect for human rights. Everyone has a role in preventing corruption by acting with personal integrity and making ethical choices. By being ethical, the advantage would be to reduce corruption.
Webinar: Ethics within a state of fraud and corruption "the ethical advantage is reduced corruption"
Below find the presentations provided to us to share to our members.
Topic: "Cooking the books- How to spot the chef, the cook and the cleaners, a global perspective by Simon Platt.”
Mr Simon Platt, Chairperson of StoneTurn, a global advisory firm was our guest presenter at a breakfast event hosted on 13 May 2019.
His presentation can be found in the attachment below.
Presenter: Ms Jacqui-Lyn McIntyre-Louw
Lifestyle analysis (audits) have become a much-debated topic in South Africa since September 2018. This session will provide attendees with the background, theory and purpose of Lifestyle audits whilst discussing the legal acceptance and pros and cons of the various methods available for use.
Attendees performed a lifestyle analysis as part of a case study during the practical afternoon session.
Date: 07 to 12 March 2019
Presenters: MMs Fairial Bindeman and Ms Annalise Olivier
Corruption and the law – discussions about various legislation that impacts the management of this risk (this include UKBA/changes to PRECCA and FCPA).
We looked at how we manage this risk in an organisation and performing a due diligence to understand who we are doing business with.
Date: 17 to 10 October 2018
The presentations can be found below.
Presenter: Mr Constant van Graan
This presentation provides an overall background to commercial forensic interviewing and distinguishes between guilt-presumptive and investigative interviewing techniques. Basic elements of each group of techniques are identified and critically compared in terms of literature and the South African legal context.
Date: June 2018
The presentation can be found below.
Presenter Adv Kobus van der Walt, Senior State Advocate at the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) Asset Forfeiture Unit
The Prevention of Organised Crime Act (POCA) is being regarded both in SA and internationally as one of the best and most effective tools to combat commercial crimes. Chapter 5 of the POCA deals with the criminal forfeiture of assets of convicted persons and Chapter 6 of the POCA deals with the civil forfeiture of assets that were used as instruments to commit crime or that represents the proceeds of criminal offences.