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When They Get Away With It: Successful Business Fraud Schemes - Webinar

  • ID: 3638768
  • Webinar
  • February 2016
  • Region: Global
  • 90 Minutes
  • Online Compliance Panel
Employees on all levels, from entry level through senior executive spot various levels of business fraud. This is often overlooked as just a normal day at work. If left unstopped they create open wounds that slowly cause the company to bleed money and weaken its future as well as yours. But, what you can do and cannot do is not a simple matter of going to your supervisor.

Objectives of the Presentation:

The attendee will learn how to assess their own position and the extent of the fraud, steps to avoid fraud and protect their own position and career.

Why Should you Attend:

Reporting fraud may create a risk to the whistleblower (with or in spite of protection laws), a risk to the one reported to, etc.

Who can Benefit:

Employees from supervisor, Through Managerial and up through Senior Executives, including:

- Internal Auditors
- Corporate Managers
- Risk Management and Compliance Officers
- Loss Prevention
- Lenders
- Investors
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Areas Covered:

- Those directly involved: Discoverer, the suspect, the informer, the next steps, self-protection
- Possible and most likely outcomes and why: Getting caught does not guarantee punishment
- The untouchable suspect
- Most frequent schemes to watch for
- Keeping it a secret: Secrecy is an essential component of fraud and fraud discovery
- Risks created: Situations created fraudulently expose a company to risks that involve the company, its investors and lenders and other stakeholders and employees. These situations arise without expectation or preparation
- Gains lost: Senior management benefitting from fraud often makes decisions that benefit their personal interests than the company's
- Controls you can establish within your organization: What an employee at any level can do, cannot do, and what possible steps they can take. The risk to themselves: personal, career, company
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Alex Kwechansky:

Alex Kwechansky focuses on business fraud discovery, resolution and recovery. His specialty is untraceable fraud with no paper trail. He holds an accreditation of Diplomate from the American Board of Forensic Accounting. Mr. Kwechansky has created and taught over 50 seminars for accountants and attorneys dealing with untraceable fraud and executive techniques used to manipulate both the books and the accountant. These seminars followed over twenty years of developing and teaching his own business courses at UCLA's Business Extension School including his business fraud course. Among his written works focused on business fraud is a guide to protect people from phony investments titled, "How to Spot another Bernie before He Has Madoff with Your Money".
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