Internal Controls in Accounts Payable

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  • Published date: September 9, 2019
    • Fremont, California, United States

Overview
You can't have best practices in accounts payable without strong internal controls. They are an integral part. They are also very easy to overlook. While most executives are savvy enough to realize they need to be concerned about payment fraud, not everyone realizes they can also experience losses if they don't have the proper controls around all aspects of their AP function. Duplicate and erroneous payments, audit issues and lost vendor credits all have a deleterious bottom line impact.

Why should you Attend
Control problems can creep into the procure-to-pay at almost any point in the process. Join expert, Mary Schaeffer, as she shows you how to take advantage of instilling controls across the entire accounts payable spectrum.

Learning Objectives
Identify how to take advantage of instilling controls across the entire accounts payable spectrum
Recognize controls that no longer work
Areas Covered in the Session
Controls that no longer work
Ensure your segregation of duties regime doesn't fail
Create the "building blocks" of a strong internal control master plan
Best control practices for the entire procure-to-pay process;
Evaluate your own processes to identify weak controls that need tightening;
Fix the questionable controls so fraud and erroneous payments don't sneak through
Pinpoint control issues that arise when payments are made outside AP and show you how you can tighten those controls
Introduce practices that are often overlooked but strengthen controls
Integrate strong fraud prevention routines into standard AP practices
Who Will Benefit
Accountants
controllers
Accounting Managers
Auditors (internal and external)
Treasurers
CFOs
CEOs
Accounts Payable Professionals
Payroll Professionals
Procure-to-pay professionals and travel Managers
Speaker Profile
Mary S. Schaeffer a nationally recognized accounts payable expert, founded AP Now, a membership organization focused on creating business intelligence around the accounts payable and payment function. She has written 18 business books and is a frequent and popular speaker at both online and live events.

Event link: https://www.traininng.com/webinar/-201086live?channel=science-marketplace-nov_2019_SEO
Contact Info
Traininng.com LLC
Email: traininngdotcom@gmail.com
Phone: US: (510) 962-8903

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