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Learn to prevent fraud

By Staff | Oct 15, 2009

LAHAINA — According to Bank of Hawaii, fraud-related activities in businesses are on the rise.

The bank will hold financial education seminars called “Internal Fraud Prevention for Businesses” today, Thursday, Oct. 15, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at its Lahaina Branch at 130 Papalaua St., and Tuesday, Oct. 20, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at its Kahului Branch at 27 S. Puunene Avenue.

The seminar will cover a prominent theory of why internal fraud occurs, identify the most common forms of internal fraud, and provide control measures, policies and procedural tips to apply to help protect businesses.

Understand why internal fraud occurs, identify a vast spectrum of internal fraud schemes and learn measures to take to mitigate risk.

Free to the public, the seminars will be led by subject matter experts from Bank of Hawaii.

For additional information on upcoming topics and seminar schedules, go to www.boh.com/seminars or call 1-888-643-3888, press zero, and ask about Bank of Hawaii Smart Money Seminars.

Speakers are also available free of charge to community organizations; send a request via e-mail to seminars@boh.com.