We are partnering with the South Florida ACFE Chapter for our annual seminar, and it will be held virtually over two days, November 13th and December 3rd. Registration will be handled through the South Florida Chapter, and you can click the link below to register. We hope you'll join us for these informative sessions!
November 13th: 12pm – 5pm EST
Delivery: Group Internet Based
CPE Credits: Up to 5 hours
Cost: $85 Members / $100 Non-Member
Click here to register: https://acfesouthflorida.org/event-3929397/Registration
Speaker: Bruce Dorris, ACFE President & CEO
Presentation Title: Global Fraud Studies in a Pandemic.
Learning Objectives: In this session, we’ll explore the latest ACFE research into how fraud is perpetrated, how it is detected, and who the perpetrators are in a COVID-19 world. We’ll also discuss trends in what organizations are doing to protect themselves from would-be fraudsters, including how they employ various anti-fraud technologies and what anti-fraud controls have the greatest impact.
Speakers: Alberto Orozco (PwC Partner), Jose Tanguma (PwC Director), Viri Foster (PwC Senior Manager).
Presentation Title: Corruption in Latin America: Opportunities, Challenges and Risks.
Learning Objectives: Understand three main areas: (1) Latin America’s fight against corruption, including local Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption (ABAC) laws enacted and enforcement, (2) corruption schemes followed in LATAM related cases highlighted by the regulators for the last 20 years, and (3) the use of technology on compliance efforts
Speaker: Joseph Palmar, Palmar Forensics CEO
Presentation Title: The Business TSA: A Case for Knowing Your Vendor.
Learning Objectives: Participants will learn: to differentiate fact from fiction with respect to vendor management, recognize the latest vendor vetting processes and services available, and identify the technical limitations impacting investigations of vendor fraud.
Speaker: Peter Grupe, Protiviti Director
Presentation Title: Financial Crimes Through the Years – Trends and Lessons Learned.
Learning Objectives: An examination of financial crimes over the last thirty years, with a view from both the government and private sector. Financial crimes have evolved through the years in both methodology, sophistication and losses and exposure. We will explore white-collar crime trends and investigative techniques through case studies and lessons learned.
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