The workshop includes two days of training, fact gathering and practical activities including mock interviews with reporters, witnesses and the subject of the allegations.
In addition, there will be an element of pre-workshop preparation where you will be required to study investigation good practice guidance and complete a series of activities. A workbook will be sent to you in advance.
During the two-day workshop you will undertake the following:
- Assess the allegations including interviewing the reporter of the issues and reviewing the information provided
- Prepare an investigation plan
- Review supporting documentation
- Interview a witness
- Reconsider your investigation plan and review additional information
- Interview the subject of the allegations
- Analyse what facts you gathered and identify any gaps
- Identify process weaknesses
- Prepare a verbal report of findings and present the report to management
The trainers and facilitators
The workshop will be conducted by Neil Fletcher, Head of Global Corporate Investigations at Mazars and Nicole McLaughlin, a Senior Manager in Mazars’ Forensics Investigation team. Between them, Neil and Nicole have more than 50 years’ experience conducting investigations for a range of clients in both the public and private sectors across the globe.
Who should attend?
This workshop is especially relevant to:
- Individuals who wish to understand how a good practice Corporate Investigation is undertaken
- Individuals who assess issues/allegations and undertake investigations
- Management who want to understand and implement a high quality investigation process in their company
Date: Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 January 2018 from 09.00 to 17.30, including lunch and coffee breaks
Venue: Mazars, Tower Bridge House, St Katharine’s Way, London, E1W 1DD
Costs: £750 per person (plus VAT), including lunch and two coffee breaks per day. Payment can be made via bank deposit, cheque or credit card.
Register: To register for the workshop, please contact:
T: +44 (0)7881 283894
Spaces are limited to 12 delegates to maximise discussion and practical application of techniques.
Mazars also provides in-house tailored learning workshops that cover all stages of the investigation process. So, if you cannot attend the workshop and would like an informal discussion about how we can help your company, please contact Neil Fletcher.