Developed by Supply Chain Canada in collaboration with BDO Canada, Supply Chain Fraud: The impact on organizations and mitigating exposure is a comprehensive guide to the most significant fraud-related issues—and strategies to manage them.
In the era of Industry 4.0, ultra-high efficiency production, and borderless commerce, supply-chain management is a vital strategic function. Protecting supply chain integrity is increasingly a key priority at every level.
Join us as we learn from BDO experts the most significant fraud-related issues within supply chain management—and strategies to manage them. The session will elaborate on themes from our discussion paper, such as:
Integrity of the Procurement Process
Roles & Responsibilities of Stakeholders
Telltale signs of Collusion in Bidding
Monitoring and Compliance
Alan Mak – Partner, National Forensics Practice Leader
Chetan Sehgal – Partner, Forensics & Litigation Support
Dan Hlavacek - Partner, GTA Leader for Manufacturing
Earn a Certificate In Fraud
Exclusively for CSCMPs, SCMA is providing CSCMPs an opportunity to earn an SCMA Certificate in Fraud, as part of our Leading Practices in Supply Chain Series initiative. Below are the pre-requisites to qualify for the certificate:
You are an CSCMP in good standing
You have downloaded and read the report published in January 2019
You have registered and attended the webinar on February 12th, 2019
If you do not meet these pre-requisites then please go to https://resources.scma.com/ to watch the Webinar: Supply Chain Fraud and https://scma.com/en/resources/guide-leading-practices-in-supply-chain to download and read the report.
If you have met the pre-requisites; below are the remaining steps to obtain this certificate:
NOTE: If you have not met the pre-requisites but are interested in attaining this certificate please contact Alisha Adraktas
This event is open to members & non-members; only SCMP's are eligible for the certificate