Corporate fraud knowledge (22nd ACFE Fraud Conference 2011)


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Corporate fraud knowledge (22nd ACFE Fraud Conference 2011)

  1. 1. San Diego 22nd Annual ACFEConventionC e n t e r FraUd CoNFErENCEJUNE 12-17, 2011 aNd ExhibitioN one Event. Unlimited anti-Fraud Solutions. “ Engaging Keynote Speaker Lineup includes: The conference was an excellent learning John Walsh Lanny a. breuer experience to keep up on Anti-Crime Activist, Assistant Attorney Host of “America’s General, recent trends and gave me Most Wanted” Criminal Division, the chance to network with U.S. Department of Justice prominent individuals in the field.” — Brian Willingham, CFEready-to-implement anti-Fraud Solutions: President, Diligentia Group, Inc. • Professional development and impactful programs to help put your company in a better position to eliminate fraud • World-class experts sharing the latest in anti-fraud tools and techniques • relevant and timely education to benefit you and your organizationRegister by March 28 and SAVE up to $400!reserve your spot now at
  2. 2. one Event. Unlimited anti-Fraud Solutions. The ACFE will bring together anti-fraud professionals, thought leaders and industry experts from around the world to discuss relevant, timely topics about today’s financial challenges, areas at risk for fraud and offer more tools, resources and techniques than ever before. Your participation in this event will not only be beneficial to you, but also to everyone in your organization, because the aCFE provides: ƒ Leading Keynote Speakers — The ACFE Annual Fraud Conference traditionally hosts the foremost experts in the anti-fraud field who will share their insights and address the emerging anti-fraud issues relevant to you. ƒ dynamic Educational options — Optional Pre- and Post-Conference sessions complement over 80 educational sessions in 11 parallel tracks to provide you with the broadest anti-fraud training curriculum available. Both new practitioners and experienced professionals will find sessions to suit their business needs with basic, intermediate and advanced-level sessions in addition to interactive panel discussions. ƒ Professional development resources — The ACFE Career Connection serves as an information hub for career development opportunities and the chance to network with staff and recruiters from the industry’s top companies, providing you the edge in this highly competitive profession. Whether you are seeking a new job, a new career or simply looking to improve your professional development you won’t want to miss the ACFE Career Connection. ƒ Valuable Networking opportunities — During our numerous dedicated networking opportunities, make contacts and exchange ideas with peers and industry leaders who encounter the same difficulties as you. ƒ industry-Leading anti-Fraud Exhibition — Tour the Exhibit Hall during the conference, where more than 60 leading anti-fraud vendors come together for this modern-day marketplace. the anti-Fraud Event You Can’t afford to Miss Gain the skills and information that are most relevant to you by customizing your ACFE conference training to meet your specific educational needs. Attend the entire week-long event or select a combination of courses to create training that fits your desired learning experience. Sun. Mon. tue. Wed. thur. Fri. June 12 June 13 June 14 June 15 June 16 June 17 Pre-Conference Main Conference Post-Conference CPE Credit: 4 (choose one) CPE Credit: 20 CPE Credit: 16 (choose one) Effectively Using Social Networks and 11 parallel tracks with more than 80 Auditing/Investigating Fraud Seminar Social Media in Fraud Examinations educational sessions to choose from. Fraud Risk Management See the schedule on pgs. 10-11. Advanced Interviewing: Money Laundering: Tracing Illicit Funds Detecting Deception in Words2 Register by March 28 and SAVE up to $400! See pgs. 22-23 for details.
  3. 3. What Solutions Will You discover? For the latest conference updates, visit FraudConference.comContents about the aCFE The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners is the world’s premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. Together with nearly 55,000 members, the ACFE introduction and Schedule at2 a glance is reducing business fraud worldwide and inspiring public confidence in the integ- rity and objectivity within the profession.4 Keynote Presentations the CFE Credential The ACFE administers the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential, which5 events and networking denotes proven expertise in fraud prevention, detection, deterrence and investigation. CFEs must meet stringent academic, professional and character Career Connection and requirements; comply with the ACFE Code of Professional Ethics; and continually6 build their skills through ongoing professional education. Members with the CFE anti-Fraud exhibition credential experience career growth and quickly position themselves as leaders in the global anti-fraud community.8 Pre-Conference education Satisfaction Guarantee Main Conference education The 22nd Annual ACFE Fraud Conference and Exhibition is unmatched in scope10 Planner and effectiveness and backed by our unconditional satisfaction guarantee. If you attend any ACFE event and are not completely satisfied, please contact an ACFE Main Conference education Member Services Representative at (800) 245-3321 / +1 (512) 478-9000.12 Descriptions NaSba registered Learning18 Post-Conference education The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Inc. is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy travel and Destination guide as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the Na-20 tional Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for22 registration Form CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN, 37219-2417, Register at or call (800) 245-3321 / +1 (512) 478-9000. 3
  4. 4. dynamic Keynote Presentations The ACFE Annual Fraud Conference traditionally hosts the foremost experts in the anti-fraud field. These leaders in their fields share their insights and address the key issues. The 2011 lineup of keynote speakers is no exception, as this diverse group of influential leaders and practitioners will both inform and enlighten you. Opening Ceremonies and General Session • Monday, June 13 • 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. John Walsh Anti-Crime Activist, Host of “America’s Most Wanted” a tireless Crusader Anti-crime activist and celebrity speaker John Walsh is the host of the nation’s longest-running prime-time program and number-one crime-fighting show, America’s Most Wanted. He was also the leading lobbying force behind the passage of the Missing Children’s Act, which resulted in the founding of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Honored by three presidents, Mr. Walsh’s work has been acknowledged in the Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times and People magazine. Mr. Walsh was named by CBS Portraits as one of the “100 Americans Who Changed History.” Working Lunch • Monday, June 13 • 11:40 a.m. – 1:10 p.m. Joan Pastor, Ph.d. President of JPA International, Inc., Professional International Speaker, Trainer and Coach a Leader in the Fight Joan Pastor, Ph.D. has uncovered numerous embezzlement and other fraudulent schemes over the years in her own work and with audit, risk and finance colleagues. Over a period of 12 years, she formulated an understanding of the psycholo- gy behind severe unethical behavior and fraud. Her comprehensive model and approach to addressing fraud is based on her workplace observations, her years working with intelligence agencies at the White House, DOD, law enforcement agencies, her work with auditors, finance and risk professionals, and finally, through her doctorate in both clinical and industrial-organizational psychology. General Session • Tuesday, June 14 • 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. Lanny a. breuer Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice Nation’s top Criminal Prosecutor As head of the Criminal Division, Mr. Breuer oversees more than 500 attorneys who prosecute federal criminal cases across the country and help develop the criminal law. He also works closely with the nation’s 93 U.S. Attorneys in connection with the investigation and prosecution of criminal matters in their districts. Mr. Breuer is a national leader on a range of federal law enforcement priorities, including financial fraud, health care fraud, public corruption, and violence along the Southwest Border. Working Lunch • Tuesday, June 14 • 11:40 a.m. – 1:10 p.m. dr. howard M. Schilit Author the Sherlock holmes of accounting Dr. Howard M. Schilit is an international leader in forensic accounting and corporate governance, as well as a renowned author. Recognized twice by Smart Money magazine as one of the “Power 30” of investing, Dr. Schilit will share his impactful insights that he has presented to U.S. Congress, the SEC and media outlets about causes and early warning signs of accounting tricks in public filings. General Session and Closing • Wednesday, June 15 • 11:40 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. This year, as in past, the ACFE will feature a convicted white-collar criminal who will tell their story the way the ACFE and its audience want to hear it. This view from the other side will include how they did it, how they got away with it and how they got caught. This session is always one of the most popular if not controversial and is not to be missed.* Visit to learn more about our Keynote Speakers *Speakers subject to change. The ACFE does not compensate convicted fraudsters.4 Register by March 28 and SAVE up to $400! See pgs. 22-23 for details.
  5. 5. Conference Events and NetworkingAn important benefit of attending the 22nd Annual ACFE Fraud Conference and Exhibition is the opportunity to meet andmingle with practitioners, specialists and other anti-fraud professionals who can provide new and different perspectives onbusiness challenges. This exchange of thoughts, solutions and ideas is an opportunity that can best be cultivated face-to-face. one Event. Unlimited Connections. This year, the ACFE is making it easier than ever to make invaluable connections and to stay connected well beyond the conference with MingleStick and MingleStations by Mingle360. This revolutionary technology creates a safe and secure connection between two attendees or between you and the exhibitors of your choice, allowing you to exchange pertinent contact information with just a simple click of a button. By using this innovative resource, you will no longer need to carry stacks of business cards — just click, connect and enjoy! Improve your ability to build your network by having on-the-spot information at your fingertips. Each attendee will be provided with a MingleStick at time of registration, and all exhibitors will be equipped with MingleStations. To learn more about the Mingle360 solutions, please visit Member orientationSunday, June 12 • 6:30 – 7:00 p.m. • Registration for this event is complimentaryNew ACFE members are invited to attend a special New Member Orientation before the Welcome Reception. Join other new membersto learn more about the CFE credential, member benefits, online resources, chapter participation and more. Meet ACFE leaders, volun-teers and staff who will share insight on how to get the most out of your membership and answer any questions you might have.Welcome reception Sponsored byExhibit Hall • Sunday, June 12 • 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. • Registration for this event is complimentaryJoin us in the Exhibit Hall as the ACFE hosts a Welcome Reception for conference attendees. This is theperfect opportunity to enjoy refreshments and light hors d’oeuvres, while meeting vendors and getting asneak peek at the latest, most up-to-date anti-fraud services and products available.attendee Networking receptionFloat Rooftop Bar & Lounge at Hard Rock Hotel San Diego • Tuesday, June 13 • 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.Pre-register and pay for tickets (before conference): $55 per person • Tickets at Conference: $75 per personEnjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres, while building your professional and social circle on the stunning rooftop restaurant of the infamousHard Rock Hotel San Diego. The Attendee Networking Reception provides a great opportunity to meet colleagues and potential clientsand customers in a relaxed, social Meet & GreetMingle with the authors of the ACFE’s bestselling books at daily author meet and greet events scheduled throughout the conference.Add value to your new purchases and get your favorite authors’ autographs. Books are available for purchase online before theconference and at the ACFE Bookstore onsite.Social NetworkingRegistered attendees have the opportunity to communicate with other conference attendees before, during and after theconference in our Annual Conference-related discussion forum. Visit and log in to “My Conference”and start networking early. Plus, search #fraudconf on twitter to find conference updates and connect with other attendees. “ It was good to be with like minded individuals who believed in the same ideals and workmanship in the fraud prevention and detection field.” — Judith Johnson, CFE Fraud Analyst, Safeguard Services NEBISC Register at or call (800) 245-3321 / +1 (512) 478-9000. 5
  6. 6. Pre-Conference Education Sunday, June 12 • 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. Pre-Conference workshops are a great way to kick-start your ACFE Fraud Conference experience and will give you the tools to gain the professional edge you need. These four-hour sessions provide a higher level of instruction and practical skill de- velopment than a typical main conference session. Make plans to arrive early and take advantage of one of these offerings. Effectively Using Social Networks and Social Media in advanced interviewing: detecting deception in Words Fraud Examinations CPE Credit: 4 CPE Credit: 4 Course Level: Intermediate | Prerequisite: None Course Level: Intermediate | Prerequisite: None Reading between the lines comes in many forms. It usually refers In today’s digital environment, fraudsters have the ability to mask to analyzing written communications, but has great utility in their identities within the Internet and use the anonymity it pro- verbal exchanges as well. Don Rabon is a master of hearing both vides to cover their tracks, but savvy investigators can find evidence what is said and not said in interviews with potential witnesses of their misdeeds and identify information through social networks. and fraudsters alike. Learning how to hear deception in the subtle, nuanced answer is an important skill in framing the next Hear one of the ACFE’s most popular faculty members describe question and being able to be flexible in an interview. how she employs research skills and online social media to solve fraud cases. In this session, watch as she searches the Internet In this session watch interviewees answer questions and listen for real data, in real time, on social networks and in other media. as they dissemble and deceive to cover what is being asked of Share her secrets of success in attacking social media and net- them. Analyzing the statements of witnesses and criminals is a working sites for the information she needs to crack cases. critical skill of every fraud examiner and investigator and this session is a must for anyone wanting to take that next step in What You Will Learn: improving their interviewing skills. ƒ How to expose fraudulent people and enterprises, locate What You Will Learn: assets and uncover intelligence ƒ The role of alterity and functioning of rapport in the ƒ Free resources found on the Internet for conducting due compliance gaining process diligence and background investigations ƒ The physiological dynamics of affinity ƒ The differences between Web 2.0 and traditional websites ƒ How to confirm rapport ƒ How to deconstruct a profile for your investigation ƒ Three compliance gaining options through rapport ƒ Many different ways to search online social network profiles and work behind the scenes to get into closed accounts Course Leader:* ƒ The connections between the users of LinkedIn, Facebook don rabon, CFE and Myspace President, Successful Interviewing Techniques ƒ Ways to prevent exposing yourselves and your families online “ Course Leader:* Cynthia hetherington President, Hetherington Group Don’s interviewing courses are simply awesome. His extensive “ knowledge of the topic combined Cynthia was one of the best speakers. with his real-world experience and She was extremely knowledgeable and captivating storytelling ability make was very willing to share everything she for an exceptional instructor.” knows about the subject with us.” — Frank Nekrasz, Jr., CFE Lecturer, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign — Susan Marie Vos, CFE, CPA Audit Manager, R&A CPAs *Course leaders are subject to change.8 Register by March 28 and SAVE up to $400! See pgs. 22-23 for details.
  7. 7. Main Conference EducationMonday, June 13 – Wednesday, June 15Customize your learning by choosing from 11 parallel educational tracks with more than 80 sessions, advanced-leveloptions and interactive panel discussions all led by industry experts from the world’s top organizations. Both newpractitioners and experienced professionals will find opportunities to enhance their knowledge, expand capabilities,and learn new skills. Regardless of your experience level we offer the training for you.Educational tracks ƒ track a — The Line in the Sand: Fraud Awareness, Prevention & Deterrence ƒ track b — When the Line is Crossed: Fraud Detection, Investigation & Resolution ƒ track C — Staying Ahead of the Pack: Emerging Trends & Issues ƒ track d — The Impact & Reality of Fraud Auditing ƒ track E — Technology’s Increasing Role in Anti-Fraud Efforts ƒ track F — Covering Your Bases: Risk Assessment & Legal Issues ƒ track G — Compliance, Ethics & Walking a Fine Line ƒ track h — Who’s Doing What, Where: Best Practices ƒ track i — Case Studies & Lessons From the Field ƒ track J — The International Impact of Fraud ƒ track K — Exhibitor Educational Presentationshow to Select Sessions*Refer to the Conference Planner on pg. 10 and select which sessions you are interested in attending for the Main and Post-Conferenceportions of the 22nd Annual ACFE Fraud Conference and Exhibition (Post-Conference: Auditing/Investigating Fraud Seminar break-outsessions can be viewed online at Write in your choices on the registration form located on pg. 23 foreach session using the session codes.For example, if you are interested in the session “2A: The Four Components of a Suspicious Activity Program” under the Fraud Aware-ness, Prevention, & Deterrence track on Monday, June 13 from 10:20-11:40 a.m., the code would be 2A. You would then put the code2A for your first choice for Block 2 on your registration form or online. Proceed in this same manner for second and third choices forthe same time block. Alternate choices are used in the event your primary selection is filled. Even though you will provide us with threechoices, you can only attend one session per time block.attention Certified Fraud ExaminersIn support of the 2011 CPE ethics requirements listed below, we are offering various educational sessions focused on ethics and ethics-related topics that will qualify for the requirement. Sessions will be identified by the below icon and will be included in your conferenceCPE form.Starting with the 2011 CPE compliance period, CFEs will earn 20 hours of CPE per 12-month period. At least 10 of these must relatedirectly to the detection and deterrence of fraud and two hours must relate to directly to ethics. = Session content eligible for new ACFE ethics CPE requirement.*Please help us avoid overcrowded sessions by pre-registering for your educational sessions and only attending your pre-registered selections. To select your workshops and printout your personal itinerary online, go to and click “My Schedule” (your user ID and password are required). You may also fill out the session selection portionof the registration form located on pg. 23, or call an ACFE Member Services Representative at (800) 245-3321 / +1 (512) 478-9000 with your choices.NOTE: Session levels are intended to act as a guide. Attendees can select any session that maintains open spots. Register at or call (800) 245-3321 / +1 (512) 478-9000. 9
  8. 8. Main Conference Educational Planner Monday, June 13 8:30 - opening Session 9:50 a.m. John Walsh Anti-Crime Activist and Host of America’s Most Wanted traCK a traCK b traCK C traCK d traCK E the Line in the Sand: When the Line is Crossed: Staying ahead of the the impact & reality of technology’s increasing Fraud awareness, Fraud detection, investi- Pack: Emerging trends Fraud auditing role in anti-Fraud Efforts Prevention & deterrence gation & resolution & issues 10:20 - 2a The Four Components 2b Investigating and 2C Understanding 2d Audit Panel: Increasing 2E Great Expectations: How 11:40 a.m. of a Suspicious Activity Interviewing in a Union Generation Y: Their Audit Effectiveness in to Detect and Prevent Fraud Program Environment Behavior, Their Attitude, Deterring and Detecting Using Data Analysis intermediate intermediate Their Fraud Fraud intermediate intermediate intermediate11:40 a.m. - Working Lunch 1:10 p.m. Joan Pastor, Ph.D. Author, Speaker, Consultant 1:40 - 4a Demystifying the 4b How to Avoid Pitfalls 4C Current Fraud Issues & 4d Benford’s Law: Why and 4E Employee Privacy, Digital 3:00 p.m. Technology Control That Ruin Internal Trends Panel: What Fraud How to Use It Evidence, and the Fraud Environment Investigations Examiners Can Expect in intermediate Examiner: Avoiding the Traps intermediate intermediate the Future intermediate intermediate 3:30 - 5a Procurement Fraud: 5b Interviewing from Head 5C Using the Deviant 5d Assessing Auditor Liability 5E How Technology Changed 4:50 p.m. Red Flags and Investigation to Poe Behaviors of Others to Find in Fraud Cases Fraud Investigations Techniques intermediate Fraud intermediate intermediate intermediate advanced tuesday, June 14 8:30 - General Session 9:50 a.m. Lanny a. Breuer Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice 10:20 - 7a Procurement Fraud: 7b Interviewing from Head 7C Using the Deviant 7d Assessing Auditor Liability 7E How Technology Changed 11:40 a.m. Red Flags and Investigation to Poe Behaviors of Others to Find in Fraud Cases Fraud Investigations Techniques intermediate Fraud intermediate intermediate intermediate Session 5B repeated advanced Session 5D repeated Session 5e repeated Session 5a repeated Session 5C repeated11:40 a.m. - Working Lunch 1:10 p.m. Dr. Howard Schilit Author 1:40 - 9A Something Wicked This 9B Detecting Deception in 9C Healthcare Reform: A 9D Evolution of Auditing: 9E Electronic Discovery 3:00 p.m. Way Comes Audits and Investigations Potential Playground for How the Recession is in a Cloud Computing intermediate advanced Fraud Changing the Industry Environment intermediate intermediate intermediate 3:30 - 10a The Most Important 10b Fabricating Evidence 10C Whistleblowing After 10d Getting Started With a 10E Online Foreign Due 4:50 p.m. Regulation You’ve Never — Who is the Author? Dodd-Frank: A New World Fraud Investigation Diligence for Fraud Examiners Heard Of... intermediate intermediate Basic intermediate intermediate Wednesday, June 15 8:30 - 11a The Most Important 11b Fabricating Evidence 11C Whistleblowing After 11d Getting Started With a 11E Online Foreign Due 9:50 a.m. Regulation You’ve Never — Who is the Author? Dodd-Frank: A New World Fraud Investigation Diligence for Fraud Examiners Heard Of... intermediate intermediate Basic intermediate intermediate Session 10B repeated Session 10C repeated Session 10D repeated Session 10e repeated Session 10a repeated 10:10 - 12a Evaluating and 12b Early Information 12C Current Trends in 12d Locating Shell 12E Mobile Devices: 11:30 a.m. Implementing Internal Assessment: The First 72 Mortgage Fraud Companies in Accounts Gathering Information and Controls: Back to Basics Hours of an Investigation intermediate Payable Protecting Assets Basic advanced intermediate intermediate11:40 a.m. - General Session and Closing 12:30 p.m.10 Register by March 28 and SAVE up to $400! See pgs. 22-23 for details.
  9. 9. traCK F traCK G traCK h traCK i traCK J traCK K Covering Your bases: Compliance, Ethics & Who’s doing What, Case Studies & Lessons the international Exhibitor risk assessment Walking a Fine Line Where: best Practices From the Field impact of Fraud Educational & Legal issues Presentations2F Fraud Expert — 2G Best Practices in 2h Who Owns Fraud? 2i The Fraud Trial: A Case 2J The Foreign Corrupt Check back atLitigation and Trial Implementing an Effective Uniting Corporate Study of the Innocent Practices Act — A Monitor’s FraudConference.comadvanced Business Ethics and Executives to Manage intermediate Perspective for session Compliance Program Your Anti-Fraud Program intermediate descriptions and intermediate intermediate more information.4F Fraud Risk Assessment 4G From Childhood to 4h Building a Fraud 4i Community Banks — 4J Global IntermediaryPanel: Actions Speak Culture — Why Some Practice for Tomorrow Follow the Money to Fraud Risk Rating and ResponseLouder Than Words People May Never Report intermediate intermediate Protocolintermediate Fraud intermediate advanced5F At a Crossroad: How 5G Why We Take the Road 5h Risky Business: Building 5i Investigative Lessons 5J The UK Bribery Act —Risk Management Can to the Ethical Dark Side Partnerships to Fight Fraud Learned from the Financial Raising the Bar Above theSave Capitalism intermediate intermediate Crisis Inquiry Commission Foreign Corrupt Practicesintermediate intermediate Act intermediate7F At a Crossroad: How 7G Why We Take the Road 7h Risky Business: Building 7i Investigative Lessons 7J The UK Bribery Act —Risk Management Can to the Ethical Dark Side Partnerships to Fight Fraud Learned from the Financial Raising the Bar Above theSave Capitalism intermediate intermediate Crisis Inquiry Commission Foreign Corrupt Practicesintermediate Session 5g repeated Session 5H repeated intermediate ActSession 5F repeated Session 5i repeated intermediate Session 5J repeated9F Presenting a Financial 9G Compliance Panel: 9H Integrating Anti-Bribery 9I Case Study of Forensic 9J Dirty Business in Asia:Case for Prosecution The New Rules for Global and Corruption Analytics Investigation Into Why Companies Need toadvanced Compliance and Ethics into your FCPA Compliance Cyber-Crime Adapt Programs Program intermediate intermediate intermediate intermediate10F When Attorneys 10G Creating an Effective 10h Become a Better 10i Three Big Frauds in 10J FCPA: Lessons LearnedAttack: Analyzing Ethics and Compliance Interviewer: Listen to the One Small Town intermediateStrategies for Defeating Program Fraudsters intermediateExpert Testimony intermediate intermediateadvanced11F When Attorneys 11G Creating an Effective 11h Become a Better 11i Three Big Frauds in 11J FCPA: Lessons LearnedAttack: Analyzing Ethics and Compliance Interviewer: Listen to the One Small Town intermediateStrategies for Defeating Program Fraudsters intermediate Session 10J repeatedExpert Testimony intermediate intermediate Session 10i repeatedadvanced Session 10g repeated Session 10H repeatedSession 10F repeated12F Integrating Fraud 12G Ethics Panel: Can You 12h When Anger Erupts: 12i The Latest 12J Detecting FraudPrevention and Detection “Teach” Ethics? Violence Avoidance During Technological Solutions to Involving Senior Executivewith Compliance Risk intermediate Confrontational Fraud Investigation Override & Collusion:Assessment Investigations intermediate A Scientific Approachintermediate advanced intermediate = Session content eligible for new ACFE ethics CPE requirement. See pg. 9 for details. *Schedule subject to change. Register at or call (800) 245-3321 / +1 (512) 478-9000. 11
  10. 10. Main Conference Sessions Monday – Wednesday, June 13-15 traCK a 9A “Something Wicked this traCK b Way Comes” the Line in the Sand: Fraud Level: intermediate When the Line is Crossed: Fraud awareness, Prevention, & Tuesday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. detection, investigation & deterrence Jeffrey rappatoni, Esq. resolution 2a the Four Components of a Shareholder, Marshall Dennehey 2b investigating and interviewing in a Suspicious activity Program James Cole, Esq. Union environment Level: intermediate Level: intermediate Director of SIU, Monday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. Monday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. Shareholder, Marshall Dennehey Maleka ali, CaMS Jack ross Insurance fraud is rarely self-evident. The is- Manager/Education & Consulting, Corporate Director of Loss Prevention, sues at play evolve and allow their participants Banker’s Toolbox, Inc. to receive profitable returns. Most times the Hostess Brands In the latest update by the Federal Finan- payout is worth the risk as the wrongdoing can Investigating and interviewing in a union- cial Institutions’ Examination Council of the be easily concealed or skewed. Identification heavy environment is unique and difficult if Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering of new patterns and trends in insurance fraud you do not know the landscape. Discover Examination Manual, an effective monitor- and how to combat them is essential. In this how and when to set boundaries for the ing program of suspicious activity was said session, you will discuss these developments union representatives, how to keep the inter- to need four essential components. Having and learn the various legal updates. Also, you view on track, and how to finish the interview. these four key components is vital to any will discover the art of being proactive from a complete fraud deterrence program. Learn cost-conscious perspective. 4b How to avoid Pitfalls that these components and discover the steps ruin internal investigations needed to build an effective suspicious- 10a / 11a the Most important Level: intermediate activity monitoring program. regulation You’ve never Heard of... Monday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. Level: intermediate 4a Demystifying the technology Tuesday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. Meric bloch, J.d., CFE, PCi, CCEP Control environment Wednesday, 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. Vice President, Level: intermediate Compliance & Special Investigations, daniel tannebaum, CFE Adecco Group North America Monday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. Regional Head of Currency Kimberly baker Green, Services Compliance — Americas, In many investigations, professionals make CFE, CiSSP Travelex Services, Inc. wrong assumptions about the process. Such Vice President, Information Risk Management assumptions compromise the utility of their This presentation will provide you with an workplace investigations and minimize the re- J.P. Morgan Retirement Plan Services intermediate overview of Office of Foreign turn on investment to their organization. This A checklist designed to identify, understand, Assets Control (OFAC) regulations and recent presentation examines the most common and address key areas of vulnerability is OFAC enforcement actions. Examine the mistakes and how each one can be avoided. essential. This checklist should cover topics changing environment of economic sanctions ranging from technology risk assessment to policy, as well as discuss OFAC examination 5b / 7b interviewing from Head to Poe performing a control assessment. Discover procedures, with a particular focus on OFAC’s Level: intermediate the 10 security domains to identify strategies impact on non-financial institutions. Monday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. and choose the applicable preventive and Tuesday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. detective controls to lower your risk profile. 12a evaluating and Finally, learn about industry best practices implementing internal don rabon, CFE for employees to conduct their own assess- Controls: Back to Basics President, Successful Interviewing Techniques ment of internal controls while they are in the Level: Basic The dynamics of rapport within the interview trenches. Wednesday, 10:10 – 11:30 a.m. process are intricate in the extreme. Only now Stephen Pedneault, CFE, CPa, CFF, FCPa is science beginning to understand what hap- 5a / 7a Procurement Fraud: red Flags pens when two brains connect. In his writings, Owner, and investigation techniques Edgar Allan Poe addressed the process 150 Level: intermediate Forensic Accounting Services, LLC years ago. An understanding of what happens Monday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. Internal controls may be evaluated as part of in the brain provides the structure to increase Tuesday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. a financial statement audit or as a separate the interviewer’s effectiveness and consistency consulting engagement to minimize the in rapport development. Knowing the what, Paul Zikmund, CFE, CFFa risk of employee fraud. All evaluations need how, and why of rapport development can Senior Director Forensic Audit, to start with the basics, regardless of how bring forth the possibility of Nevermore. Tyco International computerized, automated and sophisticated Procurement fraud continues to present a an organization has become. In this session, 9B Detecting Deception in significant business risk for companies of all learn a practical and basic approach to evalu- audits and investigations sizes. Employees use this scheme for many ating internal controls to minimize the risks Level: advanced reasons, including embezzlement of funds, of employee thefts, starting with the control Tuesday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. receipt of kickbacks, and bribery and cor- environment of any size organization. Ed Stolle, CFE, CPa, CFCi, CGFM ruption schemes. This session will provide an overview of procurement fraud and Senior Advisory, methods to detect and investigate it. Securities and Exchange Commission In this session, discover how to use statement analysis to analyze oral and written state- ments for indications of deception and un- truthfulness. Also, learn how to interpret body language and how to ask the right questions to get the most needed information.12 Register by March 28 and SAVE up to $400! See pgs. 22-23 for details.
  11. 11. 10b / 11b Fabricating evidence — 4C Current Fraud issues & trends 12C Current trends inWho is the author? Panel: What Fraud examiners Can Mortgage FraudLevel: intermediate expect in the Future Level: intermediateTuesday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. Level: intermediate Wednesday, 10:10 – 11:30 a.m.Wednesday, 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. Monday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. Jenny brawley, CFEisabel Picornell, CFE Moderator: Associate Director, Freddie MacPrincipal, QED Limited Cynthia Cooper, CFE, CiSa In this ever-changing world of mortgageAll communication is shaped for a specific CEO, The CooperGroup fraud, fraud examiners must be on top of theirtime, place, and addressee. When conversa- This panel will draw upon individuals with game at all times. In this session, learn thetions and witness evidence are faked, in- varied backgrounds and experience to emerging schemes and trends and how tovented, or created at a time other than when discuss how fraud will evolve in the years to identify red flags of fraud. Protect your com-they are alleged to have been produced, come and what skills the fraud examiner will pany and/or clients from becoming unwittingtheir language betrays the deception. This need to build to deter, detect and investi- victims or participants in mortgage fraud.session will look at identifying faked commu- gate fraud in the future.nications (e.g., alleged telephone transcripts,conversations, and confessions) of the type 5C / 7C Using the Deviant traCK dusually presented as evidence in court. By Behaviors of others to Findthe use of a case study, key features of foren- Fraud the impact and reality of Fraudsic linguistics will be studied. Level: advanced auditing Monday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. 2d audit Panel: increasing12b early information Tuesday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. audit effectiveness inassessment: the First 72 Deterring and Detecting FraudHours of an investigation ryan hubbs, CFE, Cia, Phr, CCSa Sr. Staff Internal Auditor/Fraud Investigator, Level: intermediateLevel: advanced Entergy Monday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m.Wednesday, 10:10 – 11:30 a.m. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Moderator:daniel torpey, CPa But what would those words tell us if we found Joseph r. dervaes, CFE, Cia, aCFE FellowPartner, pornography on an employee’s computer? Vice-Chair,Americas Leader, Ernst & Young LLP They might tell us that the employee violated ACFE Foundation Board of DirectorsWith the increase of information maintained more than just the company’s computer usage With new ways to defraud the system discov-within a company, navigating the data flow policy. This session will review the possible ered daily, fraud fighters need to be aheadearly in an investigation is often time con- links between fraudsters and deviant behav- of the game. This panel will discuss increas-suming, costly, and burdensome to many in- iors identified in the workplace. Finding the ing effectiveness of audits in the changingvolved. An effective and well-planned early next big fraudster could be as simple as find- fraud world. Panelists will include profession-information assessment of the data sets can ing a few inappropriate images or identifying als with a variety of audit perspectives.not only provide greater cost and time ef- the overly vulgar and harassing employee.fectiveness, but it can often help lead to the 4d Benford’s Law: Why andkey issues of fraud. Take a visual-analytics 9C Healthcare reform: a How to Use itrollercoaster ride through unstructured and Potential Playground for Fraud Level: intermediatestructured data sets to uncover the data that Level: intermediate Monday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m.matters most in an investigation. Tuesday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. Gogi overhoff, CFE, CPa tamara turner, CFE, PMP California Board of Accountancy traCK C President, T.R. Turner & Associates, Inc. Benford’s Law is used to find abnormalities With the upcoming Healthcare Reform Act,Staying ahead of the Pack: healthcare fraudsters will be using new in large data sets. Examples of the diversityEmerging trends & issues tactics to defraud the system. In this session, of data sets include currency amounts, time durations, scientific and survey results, PIN2C Understanding discuss an overview of the Healthcare Re- numbers, surface areas and numerical quan-generation Y: their Behavior, form Act and some noted changes that will tities. Learn why Benford’s Law is useful andtheir attitude, their Fraud have the most significant impact. You will how to interpret the results it provides.Level: intermediate also learn the timeline of these expectedMonday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. changes to prepare you and your company. 5d / 7d assessing auditorSherry McCourt, CFE Liability in Fraud Cases 10C / 11C Whistleblowing after Level: intermediateCEO, McCourt & Associates Dodd-Frank: a new World Monday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m.Individuals belonging to Generation Y are Level: intermediate Tuesday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m.multi-tasking, content-focused communica- Tuesday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m.tors. Tapping into their reasoning, under- Wednesday, 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. Gerry Zack, CFE, CPa, Cia, CCEPstanding their motivations, and getting their President, Zack, P.C. Mohammed ahmed, CPa, CCEP, CFFhelp could make all the difference for many Senior Manager, Deloitte This session will provide a practical overview ofcompanies who suspect these individuals key auditing standards for detecting fraud inmay be perpetrating fraud. Learn how to use The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and an audit. How auditors customize their assess-these assets to your benefit when investigat- Consumer Protection Act created incen- ment of fraud risk and design their responseing frauds and reduce the time it takes to tives for whistleblowers to report to the SEC to that risk assessment is key to understand-complete your investigations. original information leading to securities law ing whether the auditors truly have liability. enforcement actions. This could increase This session will cover types of fraud scheme corporate regulatory risks considerably and scenarios and provide guidance on how to create a race to report to the SEC. Look at determine the degree to which auditors may the steps organizations should take to help have liability for failing to detect fraud. mitigate risks of securities fraud. Register at or call (800) 245-3321 / +1 (512) 478-9000. 13
  12. 12. Main Conference Sessions Monday – Wednesday, June 13-15 9D evolution of auditing: traCK E 9E electronic Discovery in a Cloud How the recession is Computing environment Changing the industry technology’s increasing role in Level: intermediate Level: intermediate anti-Fraud Effort Tuesday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. Tuesday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. 2E great expectations: How James P. Martin, CFE, CMa, Cia danny Goldberg, CPa, Cia, CiSa, CGEit, to Detect and Prevent Fraud Managing Director, CCSa Using Data analysis Cendrowski Corporate Advisors National Professional Development Level: intermediate Monday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. Don’t get lost in the cloud! This session Practice Director, will arm you with an understanding of the Sunera Peter Millar intricacies of “Cloud Computing.” You will The recession has significantly affected all of Director, Technology Application, walk away with tools to help you overcome our lives, personally and professionally. All ACL Services Ltd the challenges of navigating an examina- internal auditors have dealt with a changing tion that requires access to data hosted on This presentation will help you gain an these Internet-based, outsourced computer- work environment and perception dynamics edge by teaching you how to capitalize on in the past three years. The role of internal networking services. the power of data and technology to find audit continues to evolve with the changing indicators of fraud. You will walk away from economic landscape. In this session, learn 10E / 11E online Foreign Due this session with a keener understanding of Diligence for Fraud examiners value-added auditing, how to employ SOX how to use digital tools to expose control knowledge to stretch operational auditing Level: intermediate weaknesses and violations, and will thereby Tuesday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. into new areas, and how to reduce unneces- be able to drive efficiency into your fraud sary expenses. Wednesday, 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. detection and prevention programs to better safeguard your organization against Cynthia hetherington 10d / 11d getting Started fraudulent practices. President, Hetherington Group With a Fraud investigation Level: Basic 4E employee Privacy, Digital Public or private, foreign or domestic, this Tuesday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. evidence and the Fraud session focuses on the expectations for Wednesday, 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. examiner: avoiding the traps a complete due diligence report. Public Level: intermediate records, legal filings, media, and other allen brown, CFE, CPa sources will be examined to understand Director of Internal Audit, Monday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. their functionality and limitations within an Louisiana Community and Technical Kenneth Citarella, J.d., CFE investigation. This session will also examine College System Managing Director, Investigations, sources for information, including the top This presentation addresses the fun- Guidepost Solutions LLC foreign corporate databases for researching damentals related to initiating a fraud overseas companies and their principals. Learn techniques to leverage the increasing investigation, including the handling of tips, amount of digital evidence accessible today, determining whom to interview and how to 12E Mobile Devices: while staying within the legal confines of pri- gathering information and time the interviews, dealing with company vacy rights. Digital communication devices, protocol, and identifying and gathering Protecting assets including social networking for employees, Level: intermediate documents. The session will also include have been made more readily available by how to evaluate the information you have Wednesday, 10:10 – 11:30 a.m. businesses as of late and are often encour- and make sound decisions based on your aged as a business tool. Records of personal amber Schroader evaluation. and business communication coexist, creat- CEO, Paraben Corporation ing a dilemma for fraud examiners. This pre- 12d Locating Shell Companies Mobile devices are increasingly becoming sentation will address what digital evidence in accounts Payable the primary source for communication and can be used without violating employee Level: intermediate life management for individuals around the privacy rights and triggering civil lawsuits. Wednesday, 10:10 – 11:30 a.m. globe. As a result, the occurrence of fraud committed on mobile devices is on the rise. Leonard Vona, CFE, CPa 5E / 7e How technology This session will teach you how to abstract President, Fraud Auditing, Inc. Changed Fraud investigations data necessary to your investigation, as well Level: intermediate A fraud audit is a proven way to identify as how to protect your clients’ and your own Monday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. fraud. Locating and recognizing shell personal data on mobile devices. Tuesday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. companies in your accounts payable file is a critical task for today’s fraud auditor. The Jean-Francois Legault, CiSSP, CiSa, CiSM process starts with effective data mining Senior Manager, designed to locate favored vendors, false Forensic Dispute Services, Deloitte billing and pass-through fraud schemes. The Gain expert insight on how technology fraud audit procedures will focus on proven changed the face of fraud. From the multiple techniques to determine if the vendor avenues in which technology abides fraudu- is a shell corporation using the physical lent acts to the ways we prevent, detect, and existence, legal existence, and the business investigate fraud, technology in the digital capacity audit program. The presentation age has changed the landscape in which will illustrate the concepts with real-life fraud examiners work. Learn how technol- scenarios. ogy has affected fraud today and walk away familiar with digital forensics and various techniques to detect, prevent, and deter fraud with the aid of technology.14 Register by March 28 and SAVE up to $400! See pgs. 22-23 for details.
  13. 13. traCK F 9F Presenting a Financial traCK G Case for ProsecutionCovering Your bases: risk Level: advanced Compliance, Ethics and Walking aassessment & Legal issues Tuesday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. Fine Line2F Fraud expert — Litigation and trial ronald hagen, CFE, CiCa 2G Best Practices in implementingLevel: advanced Senior Special Agent, an effective Business ethics andMonday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. Kansas Bureau of Investigation Compliance Program Level: intermediateCarl Knudson, CFE, Pi This session will provide you with the neces- Monday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m.Owner/Operator, sary tools to present a financial case to theKnudson and Associates prosecution in a clear and concise manner. Eric Feldman, CFE, CiG The variance in the knowledge of a legal President,Learn how to establish yourself as the fraud expert versus an accounting expert can Core Integrity Group, LLCexpert in future litigation and trials. This prompt the loss of pertinent information insession will showcase the critical elements a legal case. This course will enable you to Government contractors today are facedof litigation and trial that are pertinent to overcome this large obstacle and will better with stronger regulations at the federal,a fraud examination. Delve into the key prepare you to present your cases in a man- state, and local levels. This session willconcepts of a fraud investigation, such as ner that the prosecutor can understand. provide you with tips to implement robust,evidence gathering, witness interviews, effective business ethics and complianceand how to properly prepare and present a 10F / 11F When attorneys attack: programs. Learn how to organize and imple-summary report to your client and in-house analyzing Strategies for Defeating ment ethics and compliance activities thatcounsel. expert testimony will better manage your fraud risks; provide Level: advanced a return on investment in a challenged bud-4F Fraud risk assessment Tuesday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. get environment; and create a more produc-Panel: actions Speak Louder Wednesday, 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. tive working relationship with governmentthan Words customers and federal law enforcement.Level: intermediate Frank Wisehart, CFE, CPa,Monday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. abV, CVa 4G From Childhood to Director of Business Advisory Services, Culture — Why SomeModerator: People May never reportJohn Gill, J.d., CFE Schneider Downs & Co., Inc. FraudVice President of Education, ACFE Want to walk into trial prepared to withstand Level: advanced cross examination? This session will analyze Monday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m.This panel will focus on the ever increasing typical areas of examination covered by op-need for fraud risk management programs Kenyada Meadows, CFE, CPa, Cia posing counsel and will offer tips on how towithin organizations and the changing fac- Audit Manager present your testimony in clear and concisetors influencing the risk of fraud. Discuss the language. This presentation will also provide Whistleblowing is indisputably the most fre-impact of personnel and new technology you with a typical attorney examination quent means of uncovering fraud, providingchanges and their potential to lead to new blueprint for expert witness examinations, vital, candid, and timely communication in ef-and more complicated forms of misappro- as well as useful techniques to help you fort to prevent and detect fraud. This sessionpriation and corruption. This panel of expe- endure aggressive counsel. will delve into the concept of psychologicalrienced fraud examiners will share the latestinformation about best practices for fraud safety and its impact on the communicationrisk management to benefit your company 12F integrating Fraud behavior of knowledgeable bystanders ofand your clients. Prevention and Detection with corporate fraud. Through exploration of com- Compliance risk assessment munication styles, intercultural case studies, Level: intermediate5F / 7F at a Crossroads: and a review of how children develop lifelong Wednesday, 10:10 – 11:30 a.m.How risk Management Can moral beliefs; such as empathy for perpetra-Save Capitalism Walter Pagano, CFE, CPa, CFF tors, this presentation will help you exploreLevel: intermediate Partner, EisnerAmper LLP the impact of these ingrained behaviors andMonday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. how to address them in future investigations.Tuesday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. Compliance risk assessment is the corner- stone of effective fraud prevention and 5G / 7G Why We take the roadSheila Keefe, CFE, CPa detection and has recently taken on greater to the ethical Dark SidePrincipal, BDR Advisors, LLC importance for public and private organiza- Level: intermediate tions because of increased enforcement Monday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m.The recent global economic turbulence as activity by federal and state regulators. This Tuesday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m.of late was strongly impacted by various presentation will cover why organizationscorporate fraud cases. While increased deanna Sullivan, CFE, CPa need a compliance program, the criticalsafeguards have been put in place as a Founder/Principal, components, the practical benefits forresult, the opportunity, motives and ratio- having such a program, and best practices SullivanSolutionsnale to commit corporate fraud will always gained from having effective complianceexist. Now more than ever, it is pertinent This interactive session will include situational and ethics programs. The presentation em-that companies establish a fraud preven- analysis and real life examples of how personal phasizes an integrated approach betweention element within their risk management and business ethics and integrity can and will fraud deterrence, detection, and preventionprograms. This session will put forth long- lead to fraud within organizations. Learn how on the one hand and a compliance andterm solutions to effectively mitigate the to identify red flags and discuss techniques on ethics program on the other.risks leading to individual and widespread how to properly respond to deter and preventcorporate failures. internal fraud. = Session content eligible for ACFE ethics CPE requirement. See pg. 9 for details. Register at or call (800) 245-3321 / +1 (512) 478-9000. 15
  14. 14. Main Conference Sessions Monday – Wednesday, June 13-15 9G Compliance Panel: traCK h 10h / 11h Become a Better the new rules for interviewer: Listen to the Fraudsters global Compliance and Who’s doing What, Where: Level: intermediate ethics Programs best Practices Tuesday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. Level: intermediate Wednesday, 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. Tuesday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. 2h Who owns Fraud? Uniting Corporate executives to Manage Jonathan turner, CFE, Cii Moderator: Your anti-Fraud Program Managing Director, Martin t. biegelman, CFE, CCEP Level: intermediate Wilson & Turner Incorporated Director, Disputes and Investigations, Monday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. Hearing responses straight from fraudsters’ Navigant Consulting Mike Sherrod, CFE, CPa mouths is the most effective way to sharpen Today’s government compliance regula- Senior Manager, Ernst & Young your interviewing skills for your future fraud tions continue to increase in scope and examinations. Through video clips of inter- Successful anti-fraud programs need to stem size, requiring organizations to implement views with convicted fraudsters, this session from establishing key components of the a comprehensive compliance program. This will provide you with listening tips and tech- program from within. This session covers the session will bring you up to date on compli- niques and demonstrate how to use what seven critical components of an effective ance changes and enhancements imple- you hear during an interview to help capture program, how to identify the key contributors mented over the past year. You will gain the information you need. Using a subject’s and stakeholders, and how to properly assign insight into critical new acts, such as the own words to drive the interview will make roles to ensure the program’s success. Dodd-Frank and UK Bribery Act, and this you a better fraud examiner. presentation will also delve into the Federal 4h Building a Fraud Practice Sentencing Guidelines for Organizational for tomorrow 12h When anger erupts: Crime enhancements, emphasizing that Level: intermediate violence avoidance During compliance is more important than ever. Monday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. Confrontational investigations Level: advanced 10G / 11G Creating an effective Jeffrey aucoin, CFE, CPa, CFF, Cia Wednesday, 10:10 – 11:30 a.m. ethics and Compliance Program Senior Manager, HORNE LLP robert Granzow iii, CFE, CPP Level: intermediate Tuesday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. In this session, learn the core goals of any Global Security Manager, Wednesday, 8:30 – 9:50 a.m. fraud practice and how to successfully accom- Tyco Electronics Corporation plish them. You will walk away with an under- Nick Ciancio standing of how to identify your strengths and Focused investigations leading to adverse weaknesses, leverage internal and external disciplinary action or criminal prosecution Chief Compliance Officer, resources, and manage client engagements. are never pleasant, and may prove confron- Global Compliance tational or even hostile when fraud related. This presentation will define the elements of 5h / 7h risky Business — Building This session will teach you the pathways and an effective ethics and compliance program, Partnerships to Fight Fraud pitfalls to avoiding and defusing anger while with special emphasis on available resources Level: intermediate investigating and exiting hostile employees to help implement such programs into the Monday, 3:30 – 4:50 p.m. who have committed fraud. workplace. The session will focus on the Tuesday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. EthicsLine hotline and its operation within the confines of the EU Data Privacy require- bethmara Kessler, CFE, CiSa traCK i ment, as well as the UK Bribery Act. You will Managing Director, walk away with recommended training tools The Fraud and Risk Advisory Group, Inc. Case Studies & Lessons from for employees and tips on how to use the the Field hotline to report violations. Preventing and detecting fraud in any business requires strong leadership and es- 2i the Fraud trial: a Case tablished partnerships. This session explores Study of the innocent 12G ethics Panel: Level: intermediate Can You “teach” ethics? some of the real challenges that fraud professionals face as they try to lead, partici- Monday, 10:20 – 11:40 a.m. Level: intermediate Wednesday, 10:10 – 11:30 a.m. pate in, and influence fraud prevention and Linda Saunders, CFE, CPa, CFF, CGFM detection efforts. Take away pragmatic tools Forensic CPA, Moderator: and ideas to forge strong partnerships and Forensic Accounting Consulting d. bruce dorris, J.d., CFE, CPa, CVa manage your zones of risky business. CFO, ACFE A man was accused of 134 predicate acts of 9H integrating anti-Bribery and fraud, theft, and forgery in an Idaho State There is debate on the assumption that one Corruption analytics into Your FCPa RICO racketeering case. Did he do it? Did cannot be “taught” to be ethical. Individuals Compliance Program the investigators get the facts right? A fo- either are or are not and the foundational Level: intermediate rensic accountant will illustrate the process underpinnings are their upbringing. This Tuesday, 1:40 – 3:00 p.m. of the fraud trial from the perspective of one panel will feature ethics professionals and forensic accountant. Two CPAs testified as showcase their perceptions and experiences Vincent Walden, CFE, CPa accounting expert witnesses, one for the dealing with the battle to bring ethics to Senior Manager, Ernst & Young prosecution and one for the defense. This their constituencies. presentation will help you learn more about According to the ACFE’s 2010 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse, criminal fraud proceedings and intent by fol- corruption and bribery are some of the lead- lowing a fraud trial through the eyes of the ing fraud schemes within today’s organiza- forensic accountant and CFE hired by the = Session content eligible for ACFE ethics CPE requirement. See pg. 9 for details. tions. This session covers prime analytics and defense attorney in this case. techniques — including text mining, journal entry analysis and data visualization — used to detect improper payments.16 Register by March 28 and SAVE up to $400! See pgs. 22-23 for details.