- Datum: Friday 13th May 2022 (1 day)
- Time: 09:00 – 16:30
- Location: Online
- Price: 30€ for IAFAA members, 50€ for non-IAFAA members
- Additional info: 6 CPE for Certified Forensic Auditors
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- Publication: The papers of all speakers will be published in the publication IAFAA JOURNAL 2022
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09:00 Participant registration
09:20 Introductory address
Gordana Matović, Master Econ.science / Graduated Forensic Accountant, Manager GM Consulting ltd, Chairman of the Board IAFAA
Prof. Dr. Slavko Vukša, President of the Supervisory Board IAFAA
09:30 "The relevance of forensic audit in detecting fraud in related party transactions"
Prof. Dr. Branko Ž. Ljutić, SFAI - Montenegro, Zagreb School of Economics and Management - Croatia
Mr. Eric Mantelaers - RSM Holland/University Maastricht-Amsterdam, Holland
09:45 "Forensic accounting and auditing in the fight against fraud"
Prof. Dr. Jelena Poljašević – Faculty of Economics, University of Banja Luka, Republic Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina
10:00 "Forms of fraud during the Covid-19 pandemic and their impact on the development of forensic accounting as a form of control"
Prof. Dr. Dragomir Dimitrijević, Faculty of Economics, University of Kragujevac, Serbia
10:15 "The impact of Internet of Things technology on trends in the accounting profession"
Prof. Dr. Kosana VićentijevićValjevo Business School of Applied Studies, Valjevo, Serbia
10:30 "Financial fraud in the blockchain industry"
Nikola Korbar, Bachelor of Applied Science, Founder & CEO at Blockchain Central, Belgrade, Serbia
10:45 "The role of professional practice of ethics of accountants as an important element in combating corruption"
Daliborka Pejović, B.Sc. Lawyer, Parliament of Montenegro, Anti-Corruption Committee, Podgorica, Montenegro
Igor Pavićević, B.Sc. Economist, Education Manager at the Institute of Certified Accountants of Montenegro, Podgorica, Montenegro
11:00 Coffee break
11:15 "The role and importance of forensic audit in the digital business world"
Prof. Dr Edin Glogić , College of Finance and Accounting FINra Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
11:30 "Analysis of forensic audit models in BiH and neighbouring countries - mini research"
Prof. Dr. Božo Vukoja , University "VITEZ", Tuzla, Director of "Revident" doo, Grude, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
11:45 "Bribery and corruption are bad prospects for society as a whole"
Prof. Dr. Jozo Pilić, University "VITEZ", Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
12:00 "Cyber security support for financial forensics - prevention, fraud detection and storage of findings"
Prof. Dr. Goran Kunjadić , Doctor of Informatics, Singidunum University, Belgrade, Serbia
12:45 "Combating corruption by establishing a financial management and control system (FUK) as part of the system"
Zikreta Tubić , Dipl. Economist, Agency for Business Consulting and Education "FMC" Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
13:00 Lunch break
14:00 "Corruption challenges and adequate response in public procurement during the COVID-19 pandemic"
Ms. Maja Matić, Master of Law, Anti-Corruption Agency, Vice President of ACFE Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia
14:15 "Corruption mechanisms and modus operandi-references to Smart City initiatives and projects with a focus on the role of large international corporations in corruption"
Prof. Dr. Slavko Simić, ICV B&H, Banja Luka, RS, Bosnia and Herzegovina Branko Marković, ICV B&H, Banja Luka, RS, Bosnia and Herzegovina
14:30 Panel discussion I: Manipulations and criminal actions in financial reports
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Zoran Babić
15:30 Panel discussion II : The impact of internal audit, more precisely internal controls, on cryptocurrencies and blockchain
Moderator: Prof. dr. Edin Glogić
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