DFI provides training not only to assist our clients in recognizing the “red flags” of fraud but in deciding when a set of circumstances rises to the “reporting” level.
We, at DFI, know that Fraud isn’t just an operational or financial risk. It’s a human risk meaning that it often crosscuts numerous functions and departments within NGOs and non-profit organizations. To combat this risk, DFI highlights the need for Anti-Fraud Training for both managers (tone from the top) and employees.
Research conducted by the Association of Certified Examiners (ACFE) shows that organizations with anti-fraud training experience lower losses and frauds of shorter duration than those without. Fraud awareness throughout your organization can be the single most effective fraud deterrent and vehicle for detection.