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Το Internal Auditing Education Center (IAEC) στο πλαίσιο της International Fraud Awareness Week ( και με την υποστήριξη του Hellenic ACFE διοργανώνει σεμινάριο με τίτλο :

“Financial Statements Fraud – Απάτη στις Χρηματοοικονομικές Καταστάσεις”

Εισηγητής : Ευστάθιος Πετρόπουλος, CPA (GR), CRMA

Το σεμινάριο θα διεξαχθεί στο κτήριο Κωστής Παλαμάς του Εθνικού και Καποδιστριακού Πανεπιστημίου Αθηνών

την Τρίτη 18 Νοεμβρίου 2014 από 09.00 – 17.00.

Οι συμμετέχοντες θα λάβουν Βεβαίωση Συμμετοχής – 8 CPEs.

To υλικό του σεμιναρίου θα είναι στην Αγγλική γλώσσα αλλά η παρουσίαση θα γίνει στην Ελληνική.


Επιλέξτε εδώ για περισσότερες πληροφορίες (κόστος συμμετοχής κλπ) και εγγραφή στο σεμινάριο

Τηλέφωνο Επικοινωνίας: 210 3689395 , e-mail:


Σκοπός του σεμιναρίου

Σκοπός του σεμιναρίου είναι να παρουσιάσει με απλό και κατανοητό τρόπο :

Ι) τα αίτια που οδηγούν στη διάπραξη απατών στις Χρηματοοικονομικές Καταστάσεις

ΙΙ) τις συνηθέστερες μεθόδους που χρησιμοποιούνται

ΙΙΙ) τα κυριότερα σημεία συναγερμού

ΙV) τους βασικούς τρόπους ελέγχου και πρόληψης και

V) το πλαίσιο των διεθνών ελεγκτικών προτύπων.


Σε ποιους απευθύνεται

Το σεμινάριο απευθύνεται σε εσωτερικούς και εξωτερικούς ελεγκτές, σε στελέχη επιχειρήσεων και ειδικότερα οικονομικών υπηρεσιών, σε αναλυτές Οικονομικών Καταστάσεων, σε μέλη επιτροπών ελέγχου, σε στελέχη εποπτικών φορέων, σε ακαδημαϊκούς και σπουδαστές οικονομικών επιστημών και εν γένει επαγγελματίες που θα ήθελαν να αποκτήσουν μία ευρύτερη γνώση επί του θέματος.


Βιογραφικό εισηγητή

Ο κ. Ευστάθιος Πετρόπουλος είναι επικεφαλής του Τομέα Ελέγχου Χρημ/κής Διαχείρισης του Ομίλου της Εθνικής Τράπεζας της Ελλάδος,  κατέχει τις πιστοποιήσεις Ορκωτού Ελεγκτή-Λογιστή και CRMA (Certification in Risk Management Assurance) και διαθέτει 20 έτη και πλέον ελεγκτικής επαγγελματικής εμπειρίας.

Open Call for Scorers


The Bodossaki Foundation, under the “We are all Citizens” Programme, funded by the EEA (European Economic Area) and aiming to strengthen civil society in Greece, is looking for sixteen (16) independent experts – scorers for the evaluation of proposals submitted by Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), following open calls for proposals, as potential project promoters of the Programme and will fall under the following expected outcomes of the Programme:

  1. Advocacy and watchdog role developed

  2. Provision of welfare and basic services to defined target groups increased

  3. Democratic values, including human rights, promoted

  4. Strengthened capacity of NGOs and an enabling environment for the sector promoted

Subject of the Evaluation – Scoring:

The scorers are responsible for the evaluation and special scoring of the proposals submitted as described above and their corresponding budgets, according to the corresponding pre-defined specific selection criteria, set by the Bodossaki Foundation.

Required Qualifications:

Candidates will have to meet the following requirements:

  1. Hold a Graduate Degree from a Greek or foreign University (Post-graduate degree will be strongly considered).

  2. At least five years of experience in evaluating similar projects and knowledge on at least one of the expected outcomes of the Programme.

  3. Working efficiency of Greek and English language

  4. Knowledge of the Greek civil society will be strongly considered.

Conflict of Interest:

Candidates will have to be objective and independent. They must not have a relation, under payment or not, with NGO applicants, either currently or during the last five (5) years. They must not be Board members or legal representatives of NGO applicants, either currently or during the last five (5) years, and must not be related by blood or marriage up to the third degree to Board members or legal representatives of such NGOs.

Successful applicants will need to sign an confidentiality and non-conflict of interest declaration.

Application Submissions:

Applicants must submit to the Bodossaki Foundation an updated CV together with a motivational letter and the supporting documents (proof of academic and working experience) electronically at, OR via mail with the subject “Independent Scorers” to the following address: Bodossaki Foundation, 5 Vas. Georgiou B’, 10674, Athens, Greece

Delivery can take the form of registered or express mail, by courier or hand delivery (during office hours: 8.00am to 16.00pm).

The deadline for submission of Applications is 18:00pm, March 7, 2014.

Other information:

The scorers will be selected by the Bodossaki Foundation according to its free judgment.

The services of the scorers are paid, part-time, and dependent on the number of the submitted proposals, and will be provided during the following two (2) distinct periods: (1) from March 12th to May 12th 2014 (for the evaluation of proposals concerning the Programme outcomes 1 and 2, mentioned above) and (2) from November 15th 2014 to January 15th 2015 (for the evaluation of proposals concerning the Programme outcomes 3 and 4, mentioned above).

Obvious responsibilities of the scorers are respecting the rules of operation and confidentiality of the Bodossaki Foundation. The scorers do not acquire the right to an employment agreement after the end of the specified service provision, nor other employment rights. The Bodossaki Foundation reserves the right to cancel or suspend its cooperation with the scorers at any time, in the event of violation of his or her responsibilities, as well as in cases of false or inaccurate statements and concealment of relevant information.

To download the text for this call click here.

Welcome to the 2013 Global Fraud Survey

Thank you for your interest in the 2013 Global Fraud Survey.

Upon completing the survey, you will be eligible for up to two (2) hours of ACFE (non-NASBA) CPE credit.
Your completed response must be submitted by December 2, 2013.

The survey consists of five sections focusing on:

(1) the fraud scheme;

(2) the victim organization;

(3) the perpetrator;

(4) the outcome of the case;

(5) your general observations and opinions.


Please complete the survey in its entirety, providing as much detail as possible. Best estimates are permissible if precise data is not available. Please note that all monetary figures should be reported in U.S. dollars only. If your case involved currency other than U.S. dollars, use the applicable conversion rate as of the last date the fraud was still ongoing (i.e., the final occurrence of the fraud).We realize that information regarding your past fraud investigations may be sensitive, but please be assured that the survey does not require you to identify yourself, the victim, the perpetrator, or any other parties. Additionally, we will not publish or distribute any information that could identify anyone involved in the case.

If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Andi McNeal at (800) 245-3321 or

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