AAFCPAs Partner John Buckley, CPA, will present an educational workshop for nonprofit leaders providing guidance on developing a fraud risk assessment plan. This May 23rd event is hosted by the Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership (INML), an affiliate of Tufts University’s Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service.
AAFCPAs recommends that everyone in management become familiar with the types of fraud that could occur at their organization and be alert to any “red flags.” This interactive session will explore key fraud-prevention principles and techniques, and provide guidance on how to develop and institutionalize a fraud risk-management program. Attendees will discover techniques to identify fraud and discuss preventative and monitoring measures. John will also outline best-practice segregation of duties to enhance internal control and examine the role of the audit committee.
Monday, May 23rd
3:00PM – 5:00PM
United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley
51 Sleeper Street – Room 120, Boston, MA
Online registration for this event is complimentary for INML Alumni and Students. Admission is available for a fee for other nonprofit professionals. Please feel free to spread the word so others may benefit from this risk management session.
John Buckley has been successfully serving AAF clients for over 20 years. He specializes in various types of fraud audits including: cash disbursement, credit card fraud, and falsifying employee reimbursement. He has been asked to serve as an expert witness for several attorneys involved in fraud cases. As a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, John stays abreast of the latest trends in fraud execution and disseminates that information throughout the firm. He presents training sessions to the nonprofit community on various topics including fraud and internal controls, understanding financial statements, and strategic management of net assets.
Regardless of the mission, AAFCPAs is inspired daily by our awareness of all the great work that occurs by nonprofits in service to our community. We are happy to share our expertise pro bono through lecturing or speaking at industry groups and nonprofit events that ultimately enrich our community.