Posts Tagged ‘Fraud’

Fraud & Embezzlement 2.0

Tuesday, February 16th, 2016

As Certified Fraud Examiner Bryant Truitt, CEO of Brytan & Associates, Inc., tells audiences and clients, you can’t prevent fraud and embezzlement from happening.

Why do people steal from you? Look at the triangle above: pressure, opportunity, and rationalization. You can slow it down and better protect your non-profit if you know where to look and what to do.

Join Mr. Truitt to find out how you can stay ahead of this constant threat to your organization’s financial well being from individuals and gangs. Learn the who, what, when, and where your vulnerabilities are, why non-profits are easy targets, and how you can be better prepared and stay on guard without losing the essence of why you are a nonprofit serving others.

Those of you who got to hear Mr. Truitt two years ago will appreciate the new information he brings as well as reminders of those things that are easy to forget when fighting fraud, embezzlement, waste, and abuse.

CPE credit available upon request. Hosted by TeamNFP with support from your Abila MIP & your TeamNFP Business Partner.

Originally presented: Feb. 2016

Slides: Fraud 2.0 Webinar Feb 2016

No Victims: What CFO’s Need to Know About Fraud & Embezzlement

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

Bryant Truitt, CEO of Brytan & Associates which has provided practice management assessments for healthcare providers, nonprofits, and other organizations for 18 years, is a busy speaker. As a Certified Fraud Examiner, he has been much in demand because of the rise in fraud and embezzlement by employees.  He was gracious to share how nonprofits can minimize their risk although total prevention is impossible — the crooks just change venue and what they do. Learn what to look for and what to do to keep your revenue out of the wrong hands.

Presenter: Bryant Truitt, Brytan & Associates, Inc.

Originally presented Feb. 2014

What CFO’s Need to Know About Fraud Webinar Slides

Fraud Hits Nonprofits Hard — Are You Safe?

Friday, November 1st, 2013

IRS Form 990 entries can signal fraud

If you thought your nonprofit was safe from fraud and embezzlement, think again. According to a Washington Post article, thousands of nonprofits have found “diverted funds”. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners ranked charities, religious organizations and social services as #19 in their 2012 report of Occupational Fraud & Abuse with median losses amounting to $85,000. (more…)