Mitigating Fraud Risk for Business Owners - Part 1: Receivable Solutions

Mitigating Fraud Risk for Business Owners - Part 1: Receivable Solutions

Wednesday, November 28, 2012
1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. EST, 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m CST (U.S. & Canada)

Business fraud is an issue that most business owners are aware exists, but often do not have the time to evaluate how it can be addressed within the day to day operations of the business.

This seminar will provide the business owner with the following:

  • Brief overview of fraud and the impact on small business
  • Fraud as it relates to the cash receipt
  • The most important deterrent to fraud risk
  • Practical internal controls that can be implemented to mitigate fraud risk
  • The use of lockboxes, remote check deposit and other features to mitigate fraud risk


Roberta M. Ryan, CPA

Robin has nearly 20 years of experience in public accounting and has worked in multiple disciplines, including audit and assurance, tax and technology services. She serves both for- profit and non-profit clients in various industries including manufacturing, distribution, education and technology. In addition to her client responsibilities, Robin serves as the coordinator for Continuing Professional Education requirements for the CPAs in the firm.

Jeffrey A. Ford,
Jeff has focused his career on providing accounting, auditing and consulting services to privately held companies and not-for-profit organizations. His experience includes furnishing compliance services such as audits; due diligence and investigation services related to business acquisitions; fraud investigations; developing and compiling projected and forecasted financial statements; and evaluating, selecting and implementing information systems for a variety of companies in the wholesale, service, manufacturing, construction, distribution and notfor-profit industries.