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Annual Ethics and Fraud Day

The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) - Baltimore Chapter

Friday, March 17, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM (EDT)

Annual Ethics and Fraud Day

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Course Title: Annual Ethics and Fraud Day (8 CPE)

Instructors:  Fraud: Pamela Verick, Protiviti Others To be Announced!

               Business Ethics: Larry Hubbard



Fraud Topics  (4 CPE)

Misplaced Trust: Investigating Vendor Fraud - presented by Pamela Verick, Director, Fraud Risk Management at Protiviti. 


Vendor fraud is a form of occupational fraud where the fraudster manipulates the company’s accounts payable and payments systems for illegal personal gain.  Vendor fraud generally falls into three categories: billing schemes, check tampering or bribery and extortion. 

This presentation is intended to provide specific techniques that will improve your ability to investigate and report on allegations of vendor fraud.  Topics covered include:

  • Identifying Vendor Fraud;
  • Having an Investigative Plan with Protocols;
  • Assembling Investigative Teams;
  • Interviewing Techniques; and
  • Documenting and Presenting Findings.


Business Ethics (4 CPE) - Larry D. Hubbard (CPA, CIA, CISA, CCSA and Accredited Internal Quality Assessment Validator) will lead the training seminar.  Prior to founding Larry Hubbard & Associates, Larry’s work experience included Mobil Corporation and Ernst & Young.   

Overview: This 4-hours course is designed to satisfy the business ethics CPE requirements of State Boards of Public Accountancy, and also provide ethical training to non-CPAs. The course is modeled after the Virginia Board of Accountancy outlines, which are the most specific outlines from Boards, but also applicable to Maryland and other states’ requirements, CIAs, CISAs, CFEs and other professionals.

I.      Broad View of Ethics vs. Definitions of Professional Ethics for CIAs and CPAs

II.     Ethical Dilemmas - Exercises 

III.    Professional Updates

IV.   Ethics Case Studies for CIAs and CPAs in Business


Target Audience:  This course is intended for anyone needing Ethics as part of their CPA certification requirement in Maryland or anyone interested in preventing/detecting fraud and corruption in their organization. The Ethics session qualifies for 4 CPE in behavioral ethics and will fulfill the Ethics requirements for Maryland CPAs. 

Date: Friday, March 17, 2017

Time: 8:30 – 5:00 (Registration starts at 8:00)

Notes: Continental Breakfast, Lunch and Coffee Breaks included

CPE Credits Available: Attendance at this course will make you eligible for up to 8 Continuous Professional Education hours, depending on the number of sessions you attend. CPE certificates will be distributed at the completion of the Conference. It is imperative you provide an accurate e-mail address when you register.

The Insitutute of Internal Auditors Baltimore Chapter is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its web site:

Field of Study: Auditing

Delivery Method: Group Live

Program Level:  Basic. There are no prerequisites or advance preparation needed.             

Refund Policy and Complaint Policy: For more information regarding our administrative policies, such as our refund policy and complaint policy, please visit our website>Policies or contact Liz Brogan at 


Charity Drive

Our Daily Bread

When you attend the training, please bring shelf-stable food and snack items, kitchen supplies, and personal care items (see below for wish list items) to benefit Our Daily Bread. Our Daily Bread is Maryland’s hot meal program, and serves more than 250,000 meals to the hungry of Baltimore City each year. The program also feeds seniors and individuals with disabilities every weekday.

Thank you for your generous giving!

Breakfast cereal

Salad dressing


Cooking spray


Peanut butter 



Tea bags with strings

Canned soup

Coffee creamer

Spaghetti sauce

Salt and pepper

Instant mashed potatoes

Canned vegetables (extra-large)

Gravy mix

Pasta (large quantities)


Ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise

Dish detergent


Questions or for more information: Contact Liz Brogan, VP of Programs at or 410-537-5338

Have questions about Annual Ethics and Fraud Day? Contact The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) - Baltimore Chapter

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The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute
692 Maritime Boulevard
Building 3
Linthicum Heights, MD 21090

Friday, March 17, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM (EDT)

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