July 20, 2017

Preventing Church Fraud Webinar-On-Demand

60-Minute Recording

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Webinar Recording Details:

  • Duration: 60-Minute Recording
  • Includes: Recording Link & PowerPoint Presentation
  • Delivery Method: By email 1-3 business days after the live webinar.
  • Continuing Education Credit: Not offered for the recording.

If you are unable to attend the webinar, sign up to receive the Webinar-On-Demand recording link for this important webinar on Preventing Church Fraud with Rollie Dimos.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the risk for fraud in nonprofits and churches
  2. Discuss the impact and cost of fraud and abuse
  3. Review recent fraud and abuse cases in the news
  4. Discuss the importance of internal controls to reduce risk
  5. Identify practical steps to implement in your ministry to strengthen your controls


Webinar Speaker

Roland Dimos

Rollie Dimos

Rollie Dimos is a certified fraud examiner and certified internal auditor.  Rollie has a deep desire to help church leaders reduce the risk of fraud and increase financial accountability and integrity.  As an auditor in the government and nonprofit sectors, Rollie has been helping leaders assess the strength of their organizational controls for over 25 years.

He is a graduate of Evangel University and the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, and resides in Ozark, Missouri with his wife and children.


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