Program for fraud prevention


2018 / …. / ….  –  2018 / …. / ….

On going


  • Reducing the harms of financial and non-financial crimes and frauds;
  • Increase knowledge and information about the loss of social and economic consequences;
  • Help develop an effective strategy for preventing fraud in individuals and businesses;
  • Focus on the point of new types of fraud and on-time notification of fraud;
  • Help to identify how valuable internal audit may be to improve fraud risk management of the organizations;
  • Help to prevent fraud;
  • To spend time of learning and engaging experiences in interactive, interesting and innovative information sharing;

Who can apply?

  • Shareholders
  • Board members
  • Audit committee members
  • Executives
  • Internal and external auditors
  • Everyone who interested in.


The training will be chaired by the Mongolian Institute of Internal Auditor, Best Auditor of Mongolia, Internal Auditor L.Otgonbayar and Professional Institute of Professional Engineers.


CIA Mongolia, CMA Mongolia, CICA Mongolia, CGA Mongolia, CPA, CPB Mongolia, CAT Mongolia, CCFO Mongolia, CCEO Mongolia

• 1993-1997 Mandakh University- Bachelor of Accounting
• 1997-1999 NUM Business school-Master of Science in Finance
• 1999-2006 MonCPA- Certified Public Accountant Mongolia
• 2003-2016 CIA Mongolia- Certified Internal Auditor Mongolia
• 2003-2016 CMA Mongolia- Certified Management Accountant Mongolia
• 2012 Financial Regulatory Commission, National Corporate Governance Center-Corporate Governance Trainer
• 2007 Japan, JAICA and JICPA- Accounting and Audit Ability Building Training
• 2006 IMCMA- Auditing and Assurance Service Certification Training
• 2002 Singapore, Raffles Education Center-Professional Training
• 2004 Ministry of Finance- IFRS Training
• 2005 Social Security Development Program – Training for Insurance Administrations
• 2007 Malaysia, Ernest & Young LLC – Training for World Class Corporate Governance, Strategic Planning, Risk Management and Supervision Coordination
• 1999 Arthur Andersen and Ministry of Finance-Training for Cost Management Accountant
• 2003 Asian Development Bank, IMCMA- Improving the Audit Firm's Policies and Procedures
• 2006 CMA Mongolia – Trainer and Consultant on Organizational Control Board or Auditing, and Internal Audit and monitoring System;
• 2007 CMA Mongolia– Trainer and Consultant on Administrative and Financial Management
• 2017-2018 Harvard University –General Management Program
• 1997-2001 Mandakh University- Accounting Teacher
• 1997-2001 Professional Council of Finance at the Finance Minister -Teacher
• 2001-2002 Arthur Andersen Mongolia LLC –Auditor
• 2004-2016 MonCPA- Board of Directors Member
• Since 2002 BIZCON AUDIT LLC- President
• Since 2003 IMA Mongolia-Head of the Institute
• Since 2003 IIA Mongolia-Head of the Institute


CIA Mongolia, CMA Mongolia, CICA Mongolia, CGA Mongolia, CPB Mongolia, CAT Mongolia

• In 2012 graduated by ``Economics and Accountant`` dual profession bachelor in NUM-School of Economics.
• In 2012-2013 6-month Accountant Training at ``Bizon Education Center`` of Bizon Audit LLC,
• In 2015 Accounting English Training at “English Language Club” of LAI LLC,
• In 2016 Methodology Follow-Up Course At Vocational Education and Training Center in Ulaanbaatar city
• From January 2013 to March 2013 Teacher at “Bizcon Education Center” of Bizcon Audit LLC
• Since March 2013 Teacher and Assistant Auditor at “Bizcon Audit LLC”
• Since 2015 Teacher of CIA Mongolia Program at CIA Mongolia, Teacher of CMA Mongolia Program at CMA Mongolia,
• Since 2017 Teacher of CICA Mongolia Program at IMA Mongolia,
• Since 2018 Teacher of CGA Mongolia Program at IMA Mongolia


1st Day


Financial Fraud types
What is financial fraud, the types of financial fraud and how they manifest it.
Fraud example case (WorldCom)
How does WorldCom report a deficit of $ 2 billion in statement? How Fraud manifested


Tea time


Fraud in Financial Statements
How does the fraud in financial statements affect the market price of the shares?

Financial statements mostly affected by fraud.

Fraud example case (Enron)
example of complex financial reports.

2nd Day


Evaluating Fraud Risks
Exposure to all components of the fraud


Tea time


Preventing Fraud
The effective anti-fraud program is equilibrium between control and trust.

3rd Day


How to Conduct Fraud Auditing
Understanding how accounting goes in the cycle to know how a business fraud is occurring.


Tea time


Non-Financial Fraud
An organization loses 5 percent of its income every year due to employee fraud.

Questions, comments, and conclusions


3 Working days,
Time Option: 17.30-20.00


Naiman Sharga Center, Bizcon Audit 4th floor, Room 402

Tuition includes

4 Books and Certificate.


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