Minimum Internal Control Standards compliance for tribal casinos
4/27/2021 09:30 AM - 12:00 PM (CT)
Type: Live Webinar
CPE Credits: 2.5
Seats Remaining: 493
Name: Sophia Thompson
Training Seminar Outline
Advanced Preparation: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
CPE*: 2.5 credits
The National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) Minimum Internal Control Standards (MICS) have seen several changes over the years. The compliance needs of tribal casinos change in response to the changing regulations. MICS compliance must be strictly adhered to when protecting the assets of your tribe.
This online seminar will provide guidance on continued compliance with the NIGC Minimum Internal Control Standards.
MICS compliance can be significantly complex with the continued expansion of gaming and technology in several jurisdictions. By attending this training, you will discover how to develop sound internal controls, identify frequently noted MICS issues, and review case studies from our experience.
This four-part webinar series will focus on tribal gaming and issues we frequently see in the industry. We will also focus on how COVID-19 has changed the industry and what that means for the future. In this session, we will be specific on the Minimum Internal Control Standards (MICS) and frequently noted areas of problems in MICS Compliance.
- Discuss MICS Compliance
- Identify common MICS issues
- Recognize solutions to noted issues
- Review recent case studies
Who should attend?
This course is designed for casino operations compliance personnel, TGA compliance officers, and internal auditors but can be beneficial to a wide variety of casino personnel. Some other positions that will benefit are gaming inspectors, gaming commissioners, general managers, departmental managers, finance department, revenue auditors and anyone who would benefit to be informed on the MICS best practices.
- Joseph Busby, Chief Compliance Officer, Foxwoods Resort and Casino: Joe Busby has more than 15 years of experience in the gaming industry having worked in both tribal and commercial gaming in multiple jurisdictions His experience has been focused mainly in regulatory compliance including; internal and external audit, anti-money laundering, and risk assessments. Joe also has a background in surveillance, law enforcement and public accounting. He holds many certifications, including; Certified Internal Auditor (IIA), Certified Fraud Examiner (ACFE), Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (ACAMS), Gaming Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (ICGIP), Certified Gaming Commissioner (NIGA), and a master’s degree in business management.
- Grant Eve, Partner, Wipfli
$200 session/per person
Notice of cancellation must be received 24 hours prior to start time of the webinar for a full refund of registration fees. If Wipfli cancels the webinar, you will be notified 24 hours prior to the webinar via email. All registration fees will be refunded. For questions or concerns, please contact Sophia Thompson at Sophia.firstname.lastname@example.org or 406.205.4472.
To receive continuing professional education (CPE) credits (live webinars only), you will need to complete each polling question and click submit during the live training.
The webinar must be paid in full to receive CPE credits. You will receive a certificate via e-mail within 14 business days of the webinar presentation.
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Instructional Delivery: Group Internet-Based. For more information regarding administrative policies, such as complaint, cancellation, and refund policies, please contact us.